Peace Efforts That Leave Out Women Will Fail, Says Professor
Anjali Dayal, Ph.D., assistant professor of political science, states that according to statistics from the United Nations, only 3% of the negotiators are women in the peacemaking process; however, in Anjali's forthcoming journal article with coauthor, Agathe Christen, they find that women dominate in the informal peacemaking process.
Lecture Series Showcases Breadth, Depth of Philosophy Program
As part of the Daniel J. Sullivan Memorial Lecture Series, Jenann Ismael, Ph.D., a professor of philosophy at Columbia University, lecture focused on the conflict between the concepts of determinism and free will.
Spotlight: Accelerated M.S. in Humanitarian Studies Student
For Emma Budd, an accelerated master’s student pursuing an M.S. in Humanitarian Studies, advocacy became about reaching beyond the classroom and speaking to a broader population about gender-based violence.
Doctoral Student Studies How Exergames Affect Youth in the Bronx
Applied Developmental Psychology Ph.D. candidate, Natasha Chaku, was awarded $20,000 from the American Association of University Women to complete her dissertation research on the impact physically active video games have on adolescents' cognitive skills.