The Center for Peace and Global Citizenship offers local community engagement opportunities, community-engaged courses and curricular pathways, and financial support for student and faculty activities that advance peace, social justice, and global citizenship.
These courses feature applied, ethical action off-campus, as well as major, minor, and concentration pathways for social justice work.
We're committed to supporting students and faculty by providing funds for projects and events related to the mission of the Center.
On-campus and off, we offer opportunities to advance peace, social justice, and global citizenship through inquiry and action.
With Shared Grounds, CPGC student associates are looking forward to bridging the informational gap that can exist within the Haverford community when it comes to engaging in social justice projects on campus.
We in the suburbs, whether in Villanova or Haverford, are quite close to the city — and also deeply separated. A planetary health lens requires us to understand our interdependence, and to do community-building and world-building.
All selected CPGC Fellows must attend the events listed on April 7, April 14, and April 25.
CPGC is seeking a highly organized student who is passionate about public health and educational and professional equity to work directly under Dr. David Stevens '87 to facilitate a program which will provide paid learning experience for local high school interns.
Kate Weiler BMC '20 reflects on the passing of Paulette Rhone, a community partner, leader, and friend of many in the Bi-Co.
Students from Kristen Whalen’s “Advanced Topics in Biology of Marine Life” class spent a week over winter break exploring tropical coral ecosystems in Roatán, Honduras.
Support the creation of education resources that tie in with public art projects led by Michelle Angela Ortiz, an award winning visual artist/ skilled muralist/ community arts educator who uses her art as a vehicle to represent people and communities whose histories are often lost or co-opted.