Last January, 13 students traveled to Cambodia to conduct research on the challenges of peacebuilding in a post-conflict society.
Cory and Craig Belden spent their summer interning for development and peace-building organizations in Southern Sudan.
Three students traveled to the West Bank to build relationships with NGOs and create future internship opportunities.
Rebekah Hunt (MPA '10) explores race, identity, and non-violent conflict resolution in Johannesburg.
Mawuor Dior (MAIPS '10) escaped the conflict in Southern Sudan to pursue a degree in conflict resolution and human rights.
Graduates of the International Policy and Development (IPD) program pursue careers in trade, development, and human rights organizations around the world.
The Conflict Resolution track is available for incoming fall 2011 students only. The Conflict Resolution curriculum will be absorbed by the new Human Security & Development track for fall 2012.
Admission to the Monterey Institute is based on your prior academic performance, professional experience and foreign language proficiency.