Launched as a Project for Peace in 2017, the Rerooted Archive celebrates five years of documenting stories from Armenians displaced by conflict. Read on for the story of how an idea grew into a sustained, global, initiative.
by Kate Whitman
Trinity College alumnus Stanislav Knezevic ’21 was awarded a Yenching Scholarship to pursue an interdisciplinary master’s degree in China Studies, with a concentration in politics and international relations.
by Bill Holder
Wesleyan University graduate and Projects for Peace alumnus Kennedy Odede has turned his undergraduate work into an internationally-awarded organization. Wesleyan recently profiled him and his wife and professional partner Jessica Posner.
Daniel Charlton, a Whitman College alumnus who completed a Project for Peace over Summer 2018 was recently selected from a group of over 3,000 applicants to be a Schwarzman Scholar.
Shabana Basij-Rasikh, who completed a Project for Peace in 2008, was awarded a Middlebury College Young Alumni Achievement Award at the 2021 Middlebury College Reunion.
Neil Oculi, who conducted a Project for Peace in 2009, recently joined the faculty at the University of Portland as an environmental policy professor. He also attended environmental summit COP26 as a delegate for his native St. Lucia.