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S-CAR doctoral candidate Terra Tolley working in the Gulf following hurricane Katrina.

S-CAR doctoral candidate Terra Tolley working in the Gulf following hurricane Katrina.

Center for the Study of Gender and Conflict supports student development through intensive faculty support of gender related research and practice projects. by connecting students with alumni in the field to promote employment opportunities, and in the classroom through courses that grapple with issues of gender, violence, and structural conflict.  In fall of 2013, CGC will award its first class of dissertation research fellowships, augmenting the intellectual support we currently provide to students doing gender related dissertation work.

S-CAR alumni Dr. Al Fuertes and Beth Vierra with S-CAR students Adrienne Harding (M.S. student) and Elizabeth Mount (Ph.D. student) at Ankor Wat in Cambodia, studying the effects of the genocide committed by the Khmer Rouge.

S-CAR alumni Dr. Al Fuertes and Beth Vierra with S-CAR students Adrienne Harding (M.S. student) and Elizabeth Mount (Ph.D. student) at Angkor Wat in Cambodia, studying the effects of the genocide committed by the Khmer Rouge.

Our students and alumni include distinguished practitioners and scholars who are furthering their credentials through the S-CAR Ph.D. and M.S. programs, as well as rising stars who will work to push the boundaries of the field through their future work.


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