"Juniata is a place where I can explore my interests and the flexibility of the Program of Emphasis (POE) lets me explore and combine my interests into what I want to study rather what I feel like I need to study."
-Annie Alexander '13
Winchester Thurston High School
Why Study Peace and Conflict at Juniata?
Karin Brown '06 was a human rights witness in the West Bank.
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the Baker Institute
- Be an agent of change at one of only a dozen undergraduate Peace and Conflict Studies (PACS) programs in the U.S., and the only one with a student body that is 10 percent international.
- Intern anywhere or everywhere. Past interns have gone from the Carnegie Council in New York City to Peace Corp Volunteerism.
- Learn from international guest speakers, international classmates and on-campus experts in other fields like economics.
- Do all this and more in a cooperative, friendly community.
- Practice peace. Prevent violence. And provide post-conflict resolution.
Interested in Peace and Conflict?