Established in 1982, the Center for the Study of Conflict works to understand how conflicts can be resolved through nonviolent methods. The group studies inter-individual, inter-group and international conflict. Examples include domestic issues (like Baltimore’s ongoing criminal activity) and international unrest (like Swiss social policies and its political structure). The center is currently researching nonmilitary solutions to nuclear threats and attacks.
Interns get a variety of hands-on experience while working for the center. Responsibilities may include administrative tasks, researching history and social science, and writing and editing reports and publications. Interns also help in the center’s fundraising events.
Open to college freshmen, sophomores, juniors and seniors, recent college graduates and grad students.
Center for the Study of Conflict
Dr. Richard Wendell Fogg, Director
5846 Bellona Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21212
Phone: (410) 323-7656
Number of Interns: Less than 10
Compensation/Benefits: Academic Credit, Unpaid
Academic Level: College Freshmen, College Sophomores, College Juniors, College Seniors, Recent College Graduates, Graduate Students