Entries tagged with ‘Peace Studies’

Madison Fleming ’24

“My professors have really helped me navigate what I want to do after Gustavus.” As a Political Science and Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies double major, Madison has realized how applicable a minor in Peace, Justice & Conflict Studies will be to her future career endeavors. While topics that are covered in Peace Studies courses […]

Hanna Lee ’25

“The department really strives to ensure that its students are knowledgeable on global issues that are happening today.” As a Peace Studies and History double major, Hanna has found that the Peace, Justice and Conflict Studies Department focuses on the parts of history that she finds to be most interesting, which are the histories of […]

Aika Yamaguchi ’24

“It is a small department compared to other departments, so it is easy to feel connected with other Peace Studies students and professors.” An international student from Japan, Aika chose to come to Gustavus due to the opportunity that she would have to be involved in the Peace, Justice and Conflict Studies Department. Aika has […]

Sam Mendoza ’14

This Outdoors Enthusiast Learned To Love The Arboretum As a Student. He Has Returned To Help The Community Love It Too. If campus were a gigantic house, the Arb would be its front porch. That’s what Mendoza believes. “It’s that space between public and private. It’s the perfect area to welcome people from the Saint […]