The Center for Peace and Global Citizenship advances peace, social justice, and global citizenship through research, education, and action.
The third year of the Institute was managed by the Center for Peace and Global Citizenship and included a Philadelphia-focused experience for students and recent graduates preparing to work in the city this summer and in the year ahead.
This short documentary highlights Green Market Santa Cruz and Brasso Seco Paria village, two experiments in community-based sustainable development.
Pennsylvania's Primary Day is Tuesday, May 15th. View PA primary resources and polling station shuttle information here.
Sabea Evans, Callie Kennedy, Claire Michel, TJ von Oehsen, Sara Ozawa, and Jason Sanchez will spend next year working at Philadelphia nonprofits and strengthening connections between the College and the city.
Through BIO 456 Advanced Topics in Biology of Marine Life, students will have the opportunity to investigate tropical marine biology in Roatán, Honduras over winter break. The application deadline is August 1st.
The Center will support the work of 64 Bi-Co students across Philadelphia, the United States, and the world this summer.
The first Seeking Global Citizenship Symposium brought a host of visitors to campus to pose questions about ethical partnership, activism, and inquiry.
For the second year in a row, CPGC's long-standing Migration Field Study will be anchored by a fall semester course called Global Citizenship: Migration in Philadelphia and Beyond. The deadline to apply is Wednesday, August 1st at 9:00am.
The former biology major and current Haverford House fellow is headed to the Czech Republic to continue studying an invasive plant that was the focus of his senior thesis research.