Marquette University Peace Works Supports Milwaukee Students During Covid-19 and Remote Learning
Marquette University Center for Peacemaking Peace Works team In mid-March 2020, shortly after the World Health Organization (WHO) declared COVID-19
Nitrate Pollution in the Private Wells of Wisconsin
Jake Jansen is a graduate student in the Master’s of Sustainable Peacebuilding program at UW-Milwaukee. Summary: Nitrate pollution in private
Homegrown Hate and Domestic Terrorism panel discussion 2/10/2021
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The Trauma-Informed Care Certificate Program at UW-Milwaukee: A Higher Education Approach to Heal Trauma, Promote Social Justice and Champion Human
James “Dimitri” Topitzes, PhDProfessor of Social Work, Clinical Director Institute for Child and Family Well-Being* Linda Britz, PhDSenior Lecturer of
Violence against Women in Nigeria
Chinwe Stella Umegbolu. Chinwe is a PhD Research student and part-time lecturer at the Department of Business and Law, University
Community-Building and Peacemaking on Milwaukee’s Near West Side
Michael Schmitz, inaugural Bud Frankel Fellow at the Marquette University Center for Peacemaking, and graduate student studying political science. Often,
From “Muslim” Registry to “Anti-Hate” Registry
Masood Akhtar, Founder/President, We Are Many United Against Hate Movement Why did I start this Movement? In 2016, I received
A Model to Examine Trauma and Violence
Megan Bollen, Social Science, Alverno College What are the commonalities in the progression of violence? Are there defining characteristics in
Bans and Remote Borders: Dissent under Difficult Conditions
Louise Cainkar, Associate Professor and Director of Peace Studies, Marquette University Within a week of assuming office in 2017, President