By connecting scholars and students with practitioners, we are working toward our mission to increase understanding, develop commitment, and build capacity for effective prevention of genocide and other mass atrocities, and to break down barriers and build bridges between academics and practitioners, across multiple disciplines, and among scholars, policy makers and civil society actors.
In this section, learn more about our various ongoing projects. Connect with us, if you are interested in collaborating or learning about how you may be able to get involved.
In addition to our research and academic projects, we carry out several events each year. Learn more about our annual international conference, Frontiers of Prevention, our bi-annual atrocity intervention simulation, and the public talks offered by our Visiting Practitioners on our Events & News section of the website.
Consult our For Students page for the three distinct academic programs we offer to students from any discipline interested in connecting atrocity prevention with their studies and professional interests.
- Master of Science in Genocide and Mass Atrocity Prevention (GMAP)
- University-wide graduate certificate in GMAP (add-on)
- University-wide undergraduate minor in GMAP