SMC Global Citizenship is pleased to offer the following opportunity for faculty and administrators:
6th Annual National Community College Peacebuilding Seminar
Teaching About Global Conflict and Peacebuilding
November 1-4, 2018
George Mason University
Santa Monica College Global Citizenship will fund four full-time/part-time faculty or administrator participants for a four-day Global Conflict and Peacebuilding Seminar hosted by George Washington University. While this opportunity is open to both FT and PT faculty, priority is for FT faculty.
Community colleges are
working to promote the understanding of issues that have a global impact
including those dealing with conflict, violence, war and the efforts to build
peaceful and sustainable communities. In order to meet the above objective and
better prepare students for a globalized, ever changing 21st century, George Mason University will host the the 6th Annual National Community
College Peacebuilding Seminar, Teaching about Global Conflict and
Peacebuilding, this year from November 1 to November 4, 2018.
This seminar is designed to
support faculty (full and part-time) and administrators as they strive to
develop relevant and innovative approaches to teaching about global conflict and
peacebuilding. The program seeks to bring together a multidisciplinary array of
community college professionals in order to support their efforts with
students. Attendees will be learning from Washington, D.C., based experts on
global conflict and peacebuilding including those from the U.S. government,
non-governmental organizations, international organizations, academics and
practitioners about approaches that can be used with students. Themes to be
covered will include international law, peace and conflict resolution
education, experiential learning, media, dialogue, program development and
other areas that will tap the expertise uniquely based in Washington, D.C.
Peacebuilding Seminar Flyer
A detailed seminar agenda will be available soon.
SMC Global Citizenship will
cover for the selected participants:
- Cost of RT economy/coach class (not economy comfort or premium economy) to Washington DC (Fly to DC on Wednesday, October 31 and return flight the evening of Sunday, November 4). Please note that transportation to/from your LA area airport is not a reimburseable expense.
- Actual Peacebuilding Seminar dates are Thursday, November 1 through Sunday November 4 inclusive. Participants are expected to attend all four days.
- 4 nights single occupancy accommodation at the seminar conference location hotel (nights of 10/31, 11/1, 11/2, 11/3)
- Transportation to/from excursions, where not provided by George Mason University
- Shuttle/Uber/Metro service from the DC airport to the seminar hotel (TBD). Taxis or rental cars are not reimbursable.
- Per Diem for meals*
- Peacebuilding Seminar Registration Fee (includes a copy of "Peacebuilding in Community Colleges: A Teaching Resource" (USIP Press 2013) or Peace Jobs: A Student's Guide to Starting a Career Working for Peace (Information Age Publishing 2016)
- Any expenses not included in the above are at the sole expense of the participant.
*Daily per diem for meals has an
expenditure maximum, which will be reviewed with the selected participants
Applications are now closed for this years seminar.
- Complete the application: Peacebuilding Seminar Application
- Email your completed application to: email@example.com
Please do not complete any
registration directly with the seminar website or George Washington University. Those selected participants will be advised of the
next steps including registering for this seminar.