About the Conflict Resolution Program
The Master of Arts Program in Conflict Resolution enrolled its first class in the fall of 2005.
Conflict Resolution students are engaged scholars with a wide range of experience and interests. Many study large-scale international conflicts and intern for leading non-governmental organizations including World Relief and MercyCorps or cutting-edge think tanks and policy centers including the United States Institute of Peace and the Center for Strategic and International Studies. Many pursue coursework and employment opportunities related to domestic applications of conflict resolution, including alternative dispute resolution, labor negotiations and conflict resolution in the schools and health care system. Students are also well-prepared to continue in graduate education, whether in pursuit of the Ph.D., J.D. or other related degrees.
The Georgetown Conflict Resolution Association (GCRA), a student-run organization, was founded in 2006 for students studying or interested in Conflict Resolution. The organization hosts academic and social events and provides networking opportunities for students throughout the DC area.
- May 20, All day: PLEN Women and International Policy Seminar
- May 21, All day: PLEN Women and International Policy Seminar
- May 22, All day: PLEN Women and International Policy Seminar