The newest Arlington Fellows program is launching in spring 2015! The School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution is now recruiting for the inaugural group of Peacebuilding Fellows. This cohort will take 4 classes centered on conflict resolution theories, techniques and applications in use in communities around the globe. Students will also participate in a 3-credit internship connecting them with practitioners and the real work of conflict resolution. Peacebuilding Fellows will earn 15 credits, including CONF 302, CONF 330, CONF 345, CONF 398 and CONF 370, which can be easily applied to a major or minor in Conflict Analysis and Resolution and selected concentrations in the Global Affairs major.
Interested students should contact the S-CAR Undergraduate advisor at firstname.lastname@example.org!
June 25, 2014