Bowdoin College student Ruby Ahaiwe planned “Gbasaa Ozi!” as a way to promote community health and connection in her hometown. Read this profile for more on her and her project!
Amherst College student Sabrina Lin developed the podcast VIRAL LOVE as the centerpiece of her Project for Peace, titled “Kung Flu’ Fighters: Illuminating Resilience & Solidarities among the Chinese Diaspora.” Read this full feature to learn more.
A group of SCAD students designed a project to leverage the power of VR to bring peace to Hospice patients. Read more about their work here!
College of Idaho student Diane Toussaint Mbahoze designed her Project for Peace to confront insufficient sex education and access to sexual health services in her home country of Rwanda. Read more about her work here!
Amherst College delves into two researchers who completed Projects for Peace during Summer 2021.
by Anna Brown
St. Olaf College celebrates three recent graduates who all completed Projects for Peace during 2020 or 2021.
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.
After becoming a Projects for Peace partner institution in 2019, Concordia College grantees had to delay their projects until summer 2021 because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Read on to discover how each grantee adapted their project, and more on Concordia’s hopes for future projects.