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‘Get the Scoop’ Ice Cream Event with WMST other Certificate Programs! Thurs 3-5pm

Get the Scoop!

Thursday, August 29th, from 3:00pm – 5:00pm

in the Hazel Gates Woodruff Cottage library

(Free Ice Cream & Half Fast Subs!)

Join the Women and Gender Studies Program, as we ‘Get the Scoop’ on the

numerous certificate programs available at CU-Boulder, including:

  • LGBT Studies;
  • INVST Community Studies;
  • Peace & Conflict Studies;
  • British & Irish Studies;
  • Western American Studies;
  • South Asian Languages & Civilizations;
  • Technology, Arts & Media (ATLAS);
  • Business Minor for A&S undergrads
  • Cross-Campus Entrepreneurship Certificate; and more!

This will be a great opportunity to connect with other students, faculty, and campus affiliates;

to learn more about the Women and Gender Studies Program;

and to eat ice cream in the historic Gates Woodruff Cottage!

Free ice cream and Half-Fast Subs will be provided. All students, faculty & staff are welcome!

For more information, contact wgst@colorado.edu or call 303-492-8923.

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Peace & Conflict Studies Intro Course OPEN & Certificate Program Info

Peace and Conflict Studies Certificate Program
The Program in Peace and Conflict Studies (PACS) serves students interested in the inter-disciplinary study of peace development and conflict management. The PACS Certificate is awarded by the College of Arts and Sciences and is available to any CU-Boulder student who completes the two PACS courses and 18 additional hours of approved course work relevant to such topical areas as war avoidance, conflict resolution, nonviolence, human rights, humanitarian intervention, social justice and ecological security. For more information see:
http://www.colorado.edu/peacestudies
FALL OPEN COURSE!!

PACS 2500 Introduction to Peace and Conflict Studies Fall 2013 MWF 11:00-11:50 MCOL W100
Guy Burgess, Instructor
Ever wonder why societies the world over can’t seem to solve the big problems — problems like poverty, discrimination, war, climate change, and inequality? A big part of the problem is that we can’t construc-tively handle conflicts over how to deal with these problems. This lecture class introduces students to the highly interdisciplinary field of Peace and Conflict Studies. Everyone, no matter what their future goals, needs to understand the role conflict plays at the interpersonal, community, national, and international levels. This course introduces a set of theories and practices that can help you more successfully deal with life’s countless conflict predicaments.

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Entering the Workforce ~ Valuable Sustainable Practices Certificate

Sustainable Practices is a non-credit program taught by instructors who are local and regional experts from both the private and public sector.

Most of our students are working professionals who are interested in developing their skills further, which usually means that class is both educational and an excellent networking opportunity.

For those CU students who are entering the workforce, the connections they make could be of great value. If you would like information on our program, please send us an email or call (303)492-7438. You can also read more about our program and see our Fall course schedule at http://sustainable.colorado.edu

For more information, you can visit their website at:

Sustainable Practices Certificate