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PACS Graduate Student Conference

Graduate students should submit their proposal by February 20, 2022. Those whose work seeks to answer questions pertaining to global peace and...

Apply by January 31

Undergraduate summer funding available through Davis Projects for Peace to design grassroots projects anywhere in the world which promote peace.

Apply by February 28!

Undergrads: Meet mentors working in the international arena, use your real-world skills and languages, and advance your career goals this summer.

Agnieszka Nimark, PACS Visiting Scholar

Despite the degree of mistrust between NATO and Moscow, re-starting high level strategic stability talks, rebuilding arms control agreements and...

Jens David Ohlin, PACS

Jens David Ohlin, dean and professor of law at Cornell Law School, told Newsweek that judges factoring in individual specifics of cases before issuing...

New Digital Collection at Cornell Library

The Institute for Defense and Disarmament Studies (IDDS) was founded in 1979 by the scholar-activist Randall Caroline Watson Forsberg (1943-2007) to...

Sarah Kreps, PACS

"China, I won’t say it’s winning the PR war, but it’s very competitive,” says Sarah Kreps, professor of government. “Some 90 per cent of the...
The Reppy Institute for Peace and Conflict Studies (PACS) is pleased to announce the formation of a new Advisory Board. Members of the board will be...

Einaudi Center Welcomes Women Scholars

“The events that brought these students here are traumatic, but their stories demonstrate real bravery and leadership,” said VP Wendy Wolford.

Christine Leuenberger, PACS

Prof. Leuenberger (STS) may now serve as a faculty advisor and committee member in the peace studies minor field of study in the Graduate School. The...