The Institute for Genocide and Mass Atrocity Prevention brings people together from across the University and from around the world to work toward our collective mission to increase understanding, develop commitment, and build capacity for effective prevention of genocide and other mass atrocities.
I-GMAP is staffed by a core group of professional and academic staff who work together to carry out the various programming and educational activities throughout the year.
We bring innovative, emerging scholars to Binghamton to collaborate on atrocity prevention research and teaching.
This group helps to identify existing classes from across the University and to develop new ones to support our academic programming, and engages in and encourages research in support of I-GMAP goals.
Our External Advisory Board includes an impressive array of experts from around the world who we consult in areas to strengthen the work of the Institute.