School of Peace & Conflict Studies
The Center for Applied Conflict Management is now the School of Peace and Conflict Studies, effective August 2017. The offices of the School are located at 113 McGilvrey Hall as of Monday, August 21, 2017. We also have new faculty joining us this Fall. Read more about these exciting changes!
Students: Our courses are still listed under CACM in the Schedule of classes, and our undergraduate degree is still a degree in Applied Conflict Management.
The website is being gradually updated and revised. Please bear with us as we make the transition.
MAY 4, 1970
May 4, 1970 is an important part of Kent State’s history. Learn more about May 4 and its legacy.
DID YOU KNOW?
- The Center for Applied Conflict Management was part of the Department of Political Science from 1994 to 2017. The Center became the School of Peace and Conflict Studies with the College of Arts & Sciences, effective August 2017.
- Political science classes can complement your CACM undergraduate degree.
- The Washington Program in National Issues and the Columbus Program in Intergovernmental Issues fulfill CACM internship requirements.
- Students pursuing a graduate degree in Political Science can select the Conflict Analysis & Management track as their focus area.