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Sowers of Peace All over the globe, changemakers are embracing Whitney McIntyre Miller’s peace leadership model, feeding a global movement for systemic change.

December 7, 2023 by | Uncategorized

“Visualize Peace,” the bumper sticker proclaims in a font designed to be read at 70 miles per hour. But what good is such a bromide without a blueprint for transforming the sentiment into action? Enter Whitney McIntyre Miller, a leadership studies professor at Chapman University whose Integral Peace Leadership model is now steering communities toward systemic change in

Professor Kris De Pedro to Present at The White House

March 16, 2016 by | News

Dr. Kris De Pedro, Assistant Professor in the College of Educational Studies, will visit the White House on April 13, 2016, to share his research about Educational Reform.  Dr. De Pedro is part of a group of educational researchers who are dedicated to making schools safe and inclusive spaces for children experiencing tremendous trauma related

PhD Students on NASPA Conference

July 9, 2013 by | Student News

From a bird’s eye view, this conference was a beautiful intersection of personal passion, professional growth, academic relationships, and impacting positive change. It is no surprise that at the NASPA (Student Affairs Administration in Higher Education) Civic Learning and Democratic Engagement Conference what we found exciting was linked to the drivers of our first year

CES Leadership Director, Mark Maier Moderates Leadership symposium “Truth, Lies & O-Rings: Lessons From Challenger”

January 24, 2011 by | Conferences

This extraordinary symposium held on January 24, 2011 offered insight into the leadership practices that contributed to the Challenger disaster, and discussed how these practices continue to harm business and government today. By exploring how certain leadership styles generated a cascade of failures – from the space shuttle catastrophes to the Enron and Madoff debacles

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