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Public Engagement: CPGC

CPGC: Year in Review

The annual Year in Review is intended to provide a brief sampling, in words and pictures, of CPGC programs and events.

The Center for Peace and Global Citizenship (CPGC) advances Haverford's long standing commitment to peace and social justice through research, education and action.

The CPGC integrates innovative scholarship and responsible civic engagement around contemporary issues of global significance. The Center embodies Haverford's scholarly and ethical mission. The Center is continually funded by alumni donations earmarked for the program as well as, several endowed funds geared for the center. The Center funds student internships and faculty research and sponsors a wide menu of on-campus events including speakers, symposia and performances tied to academic programs with expectations of exposing members of the Haverford College Community to the key global issues of the day, so that they may develop as agents of social change.

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Inside The Center for Peace and Global Citizenship

  • Internships


    Domestic and international - each summer 30-35 students meld academics with experiential learning.
  • Haverford House

    Haverford House

    An urban post-graduate program for community living and service in Philadelphia, which strengthens our campus connections with the city.
  • CPGC Blog

    CPGC Blog

    Our blog will give you information on local and regional events as well as national and international opportunities.

The CPGC Café

The CPGC Café serves as a meeting place for students, faculty and staff to discuss local and global concerns while enjoying freshly brewed organic fair trade coffee, a variety of herbal teas, and specialty confections baked by our very own student bakers. Learn more >


On Wednesday April 14th 2010 the Center for Peace and Global Citizenship, in partnership with the Committee for Environmental Responsibility, cordially invited the entire College community to attend a luncheon to celebrate their kick-off of the "Going Greener" campaign!

CPGC is walking the walk when it comes to going greener. The café is using corn based flatware that can be composted. New containers have been clearly labeled for composting, recycling and trash. Food scraps are collected and delivered to the dining center for composting. And they're not done yet. Director, Parker Snowe and his staff are looking into carbon offsets for their students who travel abroad this summer.