Welcome to the School of Peace and Conflict Studies, where we are dedicated to developing in our students the knowledge and skills to bring about positive peaceful change.
As a hub for academic excellence and research in the field of conflict resolution and peace studies, we invite you to explore our diverse programs and join us in shaping a better future.
Looking for us?
If you're looking for us in McGilvrey Hall, you will find that our office space is currently a construction zone while it is being remodeled and expanded.
Faculty, staff and graduate students have been temporarily assigned office space in various locations on campus.
Fall 2023 Temporary Office Locations
- Director and Staff
- Neil Cooper (Director) - 302 Bowman (Political Science), Office 39
- Dina Rathburn (Secretary) - 302 Bowman (Political Science), Office 17
- Landon Hancock (Graduate Coordinator/Advisor) - 302 Bowman (Political Science), Office 27
- Karen Cunningham (Undergraduate Coordinator/Advisor) - 302 Bowman (Political Science), Office 26
- Jacquelyn Bleak (Undergraduate Advisor) - 302 Bowman (Political Science), Office 43
- Tatsushi Arai - Merrill 226
- Elaine Hsiao - McGilvrey 314
- Sara Koopman - Merrill 226
- Ashley Nickels - McGilvrey 308
- Molly Merryman - McGilvrey 314 (away during Fall 2023)
- Johanna Solomon - Merrill 226 (away during Fall 2023)
- Graduate Assistants
- Courtney Green - Merrill 226
- Justin (JT) Politzer - Merrill 226
- Camille Tinnin - Merrill 226
- Alfred Zoeringre - Merrill 226
Need help resolving conflict?
Find Conflict Resolution Services on campus.
The SPCS Listserv sends out periodic emails about jobs, internships, news and events related to conflict management and social change. Sign up to join the listerv.