Institute for Genocide and Mass Atrocity Prevention

I-GMAP

The Institute seeks to prevent genocides and other mass atrocities by leveraging the expertise of multiple disciplines and helping to bridge the gap between the worlds of scholarship and practice.

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Academics

Academics

Any Binghamton University undergraduate can minor in Genocide and Mass Atrocity Prevention, the University's first University-wide minor. 

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Research & Engagement

Research & Engagement

Explore research and engagement opportunities with I-GMAP.

Research & Engagement

Conference

Conference

Institute for Genocide and Mass Atrocity Prevention (I-GMAP) Annual Conference: Frontiers of Prevention

Conference

I-GMAP News

I-GMAP joins letter to Bangladesh government in support of Rohingya Refugees

I-GMAP joins 50+ human rights organizations around the world in urging Bangladesh to ensure the safety and rights of the Rohingya refugee community in Cox's Bazar during this COVID19 pandemic.

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I-GMAP is hiring!

We are looking to hire a Tenure Track Assistant Professor, 2 Post-Doctoral Fellows, and 2 Resident Practitioners to join our dynamic and growing team.

APPLY FOR OUR TENURE TRACK ASSISTANT PROFESSOR POSITION

APPLY FOR OUR RESIDENT PRACTITIONER IN GENOCIDE AND MASS ATROCITY PREVENTION POSITION

APPLY FOR OUR POST-DOCTORAL FELLOW IN GENOCIDE AND MASS ATROCITY PREVENTION POSITION

Apply for $7,000!

Under the Bloom Family Summer Internship in GMAP, GMAP minors can apply for up to $7,000 toward their summer internships. We have extended the deadline until April 15, 2020.

EXPLORE AND APPLY FOR A BLOOM FAMILY AWARD


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It has been a busy time at I-GMAP with many guests to the Institute and several community engagement events.

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Nadia Rubaii

Nadia Rubaii is professor of public administration and co-director of the Institute for Genocide and Mass Atrocity Prevention. Her research examines the internal and external factors that contribute to the effectiveness of master's degree programs intended for public and nonprofit sector professionals.

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