The Peace and Conflict Studies Major is intended to equip students with awareness and expertise in conflict analysis, deterrence, resolution and renovation. The program focuses principally on conflict at the individual, social group  and communal levels. It addresses the concepts and practices that avert, reduce, and resolve vehement conflict, as well as the construction of normative and formal structures for workable harmony. In this, the program aims to prepare students to engage in the work of peacemaking in a variety of specialized and non-specialized settings, as well to pursue graduate level study in the field.

Staff

NAME HIGHEST LEVEL OF EDU. YR. OBTAINED DESIGNATION
PROF. OKOTH PhD IN DIPLOMATIC HISTORY, 1987 PROF.
PROF. FRANK  MATANGA PhD IN POLITICAL SCIENCE, 2001 PROF.
PROF. CRISPINOUS ITEYO PhD PHILOSOPHY 2004 ASS. PROF.
DR. JANET KASILLY PhD RELIGION 2007 SENIOR LECTURER

DR. SIMIYU

RUTH

PhD (DMHA) (DISASTER MNGT & HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE 2013 LECTURER
SUZZY KIMOKOTI MSc. CONFLICT  RESOLUTIONS MANAGEMENT 2010 ASSIST. LECTURER
MARGARET NAFULA WEKESA DIP. DISASTER MANAGEMENT & HUMANITARIAN ASSISTANCE 2010 TECHNICIAN
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