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I hope you enjoy the updates below. Thank you for all you do to promote peace. And, as always, we hope to see you at our upcoming events.Peace,
Patrick Kennelly, Director

Awards & Recognition

Peacemaking student is recipient of AMUW Ignatian Leadership Award

We congratulate Emily Landes (Arts & Sciences ’15) for being selected as the recipient of the Association of Marquette University Women (AMUW) 2015 Ignatian Leadership Award. This award honors a graduating senior woman who excels academically, demonstrates leadership skills, and volunteeres her services to the Marquette and Milwaukee (or her hometown) communities. The recipient also strives to live out the Ignatian ideals through her work, volunteer efforts and commitments to family, classmates, and peers.

Emily's involvement with the Center for Peacemaking has been extensive: she received the M&J Fellowship for Peace, she served as the president of the Peacemakers student organization, and she worked in our office and as a nonviolence educator in the Peace Works program.

Publications & Presentations

Alumna featured in academic journal on peace and conflict studies

Ciara McHugh, Arts & Sciences ’13 and recipient of Center for Peacemaking student fellowships, has been published in the academic journal of the Wisconsin Institute for Peace and Conflict Studies. Her article discusses the relationship between gender, violence, and language using case studies of Rwanda and the United States. McHugh explores the effects of gender-othering and how rhetoric can fuel beliefs and actions toward or away from peace. 

You can read her article "Femme Fatale: A Cross-Cultural Examination of the Societal Impacts of Gendering Language" starting on page 46 of the Journal for the Study of Peace and Conflict 2014 Edition.

Event Recap

Peacemaker in Residence shares message of following conscience 

Col. (Ret.) Ann Wright spent several days on campus visiting classes and engaging students. In each of her presentations she challenged students to consider how their career choices contribute to the common good. The highlight of the week was a panel discussion between Wright, Rev. Thomas Hughson, S.J., and Dr. Terrence Rynne, facilitated by Dr. Stephanie Russell that explored the topics of peacemaking, pacifism, and just war.
Her visit was covered in the Marquette Tribune and she was featured on Wisconsin Public Radio's "The Kathleen Dunn Show."

Awards & Recognition

Students selected to participate in trip to Ethiopia with Catholic Relief Services

This summer two students will travel with Center for Peacemaking staff and delegates of the Southeastern Wisconsin Initiative for CRS to Ethiopia. The group will visit and contribute to various CRS peacemaking projects and programs that are changing lives.

Congratulations to Kayce Scherzer (Nursing '17) and Rebecca Zellelew (Arts & Sciences '15) on being selected to participate in this program. They were selected to participate in the program after attending several meetings in which students learned about Ethiopia, CRS, and the CRS integral human development framework.

Upcoming Events:

Apr 13 | 6 pm
Making a Living, Making a Difference
Career Panel
AMU 254

May 1 | 5 pm
Spring Social
Best Place

May 9 | 3 pm 
The Life and Legacy of Henry David Thoreau
Live dramatic readings
Cardinal Stritch University

Other Notices:

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