Middlebury College student Christine McDow ’21 designed a Project for Peace intended to challenge racism by compiling the oral histories of Black Americans.
As part of Middlebury College’s recent “Summer Convening on Experiential Learning and Conflict Transformation,” inaugural Projects for Peace Alumni Award winner Joseph Kaifala visited campus.
Projects for Peace and the Kathryn Wasserman Davis Collaborative in Conflict Transformation at Middlebury have announced the inaugural recipient of the Projects for Peace Alumni Award: human rights and education activist Joseph Kaifala.
Projects for Peace will formally transition to being administered by Middlebury College this winter, further establishing its status as a key experiential learning opportunity for Middlebury students and those at many other institutions.
The 2022 cohort of Projects for Peace grantees come from 85 partner institutions and will carry out one hundred and twenty-nine projects. Check out the full list here!
This summer, Femi Higgins MAIEM ’21 and Mohamed Ahmed MAIPD ’23 will use their $10,000 Project for Peace grants for community projects that promote peace, understanding, and social change.
With input from Ukrainian students studying at Middlebury College, the Student Government Association (SGA) compiled a list of actions and resources for those interested in supporting Ukraine.
A spotlight on two Middlebury Institute students and one alumna who implemented development projects through Projects for Peace.
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.