“COVID-19 and Atrocity Prevention: Factors for Risk and Resilience”

By Kelsey Paul Shantz & Jessica Kline on Wednesday, May 27, 2020 Kelsey Paul Shantz is program officer for mass violence and atrocities at the Stanley Center for Peace and Security, where she supports the center’s work to build resilience to the worst kinds of violence by building global networks and providing policy leaders, government representatives,Continue reading ““COVID-19 and Atrocity Prevention: Factors for Risk and Resilience””

“Teaching and Learning with Refugees and Immigrants in Iowa City”

By Peter Gerlach on Wednesday, April 2020 Dr. Peter Gerlach is Summer Institute Coordinator at the International Writing Program and Adjunct Assistant Professor of International Studies at the University of Iowa. He received his BA and MA degrees in English from Ripon College and the University of Northern Colorado, respectively. After serving in the US PeaceContinue reading ““Teaching and Learning with Refugees and Immigrants in Iowa City””