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Faculty

The faculty and staff of the Peace, Justice, and Conflict Studies Program are dedicated to our students and their academic success. We strive to provide a friendly learning environment, individual academic advising, and engaging intellectual challenges in order to prepare our graduates to excel in their chosen professions with confidence.

Clement Adibe
Clement Adibe
Nicholas Angotti
Nicholas Angotti
Jerica Arents
Jerica Arents
Eugene Beiriger
Eugene Beiriger
Monika Black
Monika Black
Ken Butigan
Ken Butigan
Ruth Chojnacki
Ruth Chojnacki
Maureen Dolan
Maureen Dolan
Joyana Jacoby Dvorak
Joyana Jacoby Dvorak
Laila Farah
Laila Farah
Deborah Hodges
Deborah Hodges
Mary Jeanne Larrabee
Mary Jeanne Larrabee
Luana Lienhart
Luana Lienhart
Susana S. Martínez
Susana S. Martínez
Thomas O'Brien
Thomas O'Brien
Ogenga Otunnu
Ogenga Otunnu
Scott Paeth
Scott Paeth
Charlotte Phillips
Charlotte Phillips
Mauricio Pineda
Mauricio Pineda
Ann Russo
Ann Russo
Rose J. Spalding
Rose J. Spalding
David Joseph Wellman
David Joseph Wellman

Associated Faculty

Christy Beighe-Byrne
Adjunct Faculty, Peace, Justice & Conflict Studies

Maureen Dolan
Adjunct Faculty, Peace, Justice & Conflict Studies

Phyllis Griffin
Associate Professor of the Theatre School

Stephen Haymes
Associate Professor of Educational Policy Studies and Research, College of Education

Paula Kagan
Associate Professor of Nursing

Robert Koehler
Adjunct Faculty, Peace, Justice & Conflict Studies

Harriet McCullough
Adjunct Faculty, Peace, Justice & Conflict Studies

Craig Mousin
University Ombudsperson

Karl Nass​
Assistant Director, University Ministry

Jane Nicholson
Adjunct Faculty, Peace, Justice & Conflict Studies

Ogenga Otunnu​​
Associate Professor of History

Executive Director, Steans Center

Professor of Psychology
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