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Program Lunch and Celebrating Seniors

The rain that was predicted during our end-of-year lunch yesterday did not materialize, and we enjoyed a beautiful  lunch on the front lawn of the Lang Center for Civic and Social Responsibility. As always, it was wonderful to catch up with one another.

We also took the opportunity to congratulate and say farewell to our seniors! (Though we encourage all of our alumni to stay in touch with us. We need you to help fulfill our academic mission.)


  • Nida Atshan
  • Samantha Bennett
  • Elowyn Corby
  • Daniel Duncan
  • Jacqueline Grand Pre
  • Jeewon Kim
  • Hannah Kurtz
  • Hannah Lehmann
  • Kanayo Onyekwuluje
  • William Rennebohm
  • Joshua Satre
  • Marina Tucktuck

Classes have ended, and we know students are preparing for exams.  Best wishes for good health, inspired studying, and an exciting and rejuvenating summer. We’ll see most of you back here in the Fall!

Peace and Conflict Studies lunch 2013 Peace and Conflict Studies lunch 2013

Peace and Conflict Studies lunch 2013
Prof. George Lakey and Elowyn Corby ’13
Peace and Conflict Studies lunch 2013
Prof. Krista Thomason and Dr. Chris Densmore, Curator of the Friends Historical Library

Peace and Conflict Studies lunch 2013 Peace and Conflict Studies lunch 2013

Congratulations to our graduating seniors in the Class of 2012!

I could save this post for the end of the exam period, but let me go ahead and post now and include a note of encouragement: You’re almost there!

On behalf of all of us in Peace and Conflict Studies, let me further congratulate our seniors of the Class of 2012!

  • commencementEmma Ambrose
  • Michael Cameron
  • Olivia Ensign
  • Naomi Glassman
  • Tarini Kumar
  • Adriana Popa
  • Tarit Rao-Chakravorti
  • Omari Scott
  • Lauren Stern
  • Aden Tedla


Graduating is an important accomplishment. You have worked hard for four years or more, and we appreciate your contributions to the program.

Please be sure to stay in touch with us and keep us up to date on your work and accomplishments, professional or otherwise. Your continued involvement will play an important role in the vibrancy of the program in the future!

We have developed a blog for students and alumni at http://pcsstudents.posterous.com/ Please contribute so that we can learn about new opportunities for students and draw on your expertise!  Participating is simple. Send your post in the text of an email to pcsstudents@posterous.com  Remind us of your class year and attach a picture of yourself.  You can see examples that have already been posted at http://pcsstudents.posterous.com/