Alumni Peace Fellowship

One of the Center's major events in the fall is the visit of the Alumni Peace Fellow. The College hosts a several-day residency of a peace scholar, who connects with the campus community through a lecture and several other events. For more information, click here.

2018 Alumni Peace Fellow: Dr. John Reuwer

Dr. Reuwer is currently an emergency physician, an adjunct professor of peace and justice at St. Michael's College in Vermont, and a member of Physicians for Social Responsibility. His areas of expertise include nonviolent action and communication, mental and physical wellness, and the medical effects of nuclear weapons. For more on Dr. Reuwer's background, click here.

Click here for an interview Dr. Reuwer gave with Channel 17 Town Meeting Television in Burlington, VT on the nuclear arms race.

Click here a sound recording of an interview Dr. Reuwer gave with WITF on curing violence in Harrisburg.

 

Past Alumni Peace Fellows include:

  • 2006: Andrew Murray, Director of the Baker Institute for Peace and Conflict Studies at Juniata College
  • 2007: Lee Griffith '70, author of God is Subversive: Talking Peace in a Time of Empire
  • 2008: Dr. Caroline Hartzell, Director of the Globalization Studies Program at Gettysburg College
  • 2009: Joshua Casteel, Board of Directors of Iraq Veterans Against the War
  • 2010: Dr. Ron McAllister, Provost and Dean of the Faculty Emeritus at Elizabethtown College
  • 2011: Dr. John Dernbach, Co-Director of the Environmental Law Center at Delaware Law School
  • 2012: Matthew Southworth, Foreign Policy Legislative Associate at the Friends Committee on National Legislation
  • 2013: Dr. Ellen Marshall, Associate Professor of Christian Ethics and Conflict Transformation at Emory University
  • 2014: Dr. Robert Johansen, Senior Fellow at the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies at the University of Notre Dame
  • 2015: Dr. Celia Cook-Huffman, Professor of Conflict Resolution at Juniata College
  • 2016: Melanie Snyder '83, Executive Director at the Lancaster County Reentry Management Organization
  • 2017: Dr. Celia Cook-Huffman, Professor of Conflict Resolution at Juniata College