Both through the department and with the collaboration of fellow students and faculty, a number of academic opportunities are available to explore. In the past, students have refined pieces of academic work from their past or current courses to present either at national undergraduate research conventions and conferences, such as the Notre Dame Student Peace Conference, or on campus at Celebrating Scholarship Day. Additionally, some have collaborated through various peace and justice-oriented clubs on campus, such as the chapter of Amnesty International or the Student Coalition for Global Solidarity to run informational programming from speakers and teach-ins to movies and demonstrations. Below you will find links to examples of such activities to give you examples of their work. Contact your professors or the appropriate student clubs to get involved with these types of activities yourself.
- Notre Dame Student Peace Conference
- Amnesty International Human Rights Week
- Annual Peace Studies Conferences
- Highlighted Focus: Religion, Conflict and Peace
- Suggested Reading for Interfaith Dialogue and Conflict Resolution
Peace and Collaborative Development Network
Building Bridges, Networks and Expertise Across Sectors
- Blog post link: Key Policy Institutions and Think Tanks in Peacebuilding and Related Field
- Blog post link: Top 10 Suggestions and Resources for Finding Internships
- Blog post link: Resource Guides to Careers, Networking, Funding (and more) in Development, CR, and Related Fields
A Practical Bibliography of Books for the Mediation Practitioner (2010 Update)
- Description: This is an update of the Mediation Bibliography first published in 2008.
- Read full article: http://www.mediate.com/articles/brownB2.cfm