Peace and
Conflict Studies

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See also:

Carnegie Council - The Voice for Ethics in International Policy

Why Juniata?

"Juniata - It's a place that encourages you to know who you are and what you believe as an individual and at the same time values cooperation and teaches you to live and work in a community."

-Malea Hetrick '10
State College Area High School, Port Matilda, Pa.

Reconstructing Peace Studies:
Assessing New Knowledge & Outcomes

March 21-24, 2014
Juniata College
The Baker Institute in conjunction with the Peace and Justice Studies Association, will hold a conference on assessment and outcomes at Juniata College. Click here for more information. Click here for the application.

Why Study Peace and Conflict at Juniata?

Karin Brown in the West Bank

Karin Brown '06 was a human rights witness in the West Bank.

Additional Research:

Goran Skinder '13

Anwar Moledina '14

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Juniata's interdisciplinary Peace and Conflict Studies (PACS) Program is hosted through The Baker Institute for Peace and Conflict Studies. The Baker Institute, a vibrant hub for scholarship and activism in the field of PACS, is located on the Juniata campus. By working with the institute to achieve PACS related degrees, students receive mentorship and opportunities throughout their education. Baker Institute programming links students to an active and interdisciplinary network of scholars and professionals at the forefront of efforts to grow knowledge and wisdom, and build more peaceful societies.

Please visit The Baker Institute's webpage for more information about studying PACS at Juniata.

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