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  • Menno Simons College | International Development Studies and Conflict Resolution Studies in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
    June 15 19 22 26 Registration ends April 1 Canadian Peace and Conflict Studies Conference Emerging issues in peace and conflict studies in Canada CALENDAR NEWS May 6 8 2015 PRACTICING INSIGHT MEDIATION HELPING CONFLICTING PARTIES MAKE WISE DECISIONS more info June 11 12 2015 SPRING CONVOCATION more info June 15 26 2015 CANADIAN SCHOOL OF PEACEBUILDING more info June 18 20 2015 EMERGING ISSUES IN PEACE AND CONFLICT STUDIES IN CANADA more info September 15 2015 ENTRANCE SCHOLARSHIPS SUBMISSION DEADLINE more info CALENDAR NEWS 03 31 15 A Passion for Development 03 25 15 Press Release MSC Hosts Insight Mediation Workshop 03 18 15 International Experience Inspires Local Action 03 13 15 From the Field Practicum Reflections from Guatemala 03 05 15 MSC Hosts World Food Programme Photo Exhibit 02 27 15 Factsheets Created by Students in African Development Class 02 20 15 A Life Changing Experience 02 12 15 Taking Restorative Justice Abroad 02 06 15 In Pursuit of Human Rights 01 09 15 MCC Manitoba Awards Scholarships to Menno Simons College and Canadian Mennonite University Students 12 04 14 MSC Alumna Receives Rotary Peace Fellowship 11 27 14 CMU MSC Research Helps Farmers Reap Nutritional Benefits 11 14 14 MSC Announces Recipient of First Elizabeth Buckland Memorial Scholarship 11 14 14 Restorative Justice Week Events 10 24 14 Some Canadians Have Limited Options for Financial Learning 10 17 14 IDS Senior Seminar Translation Assignment 10 16 14 MSC Presents Dr Anil Gupta on Learning from Grassroots Innovators 10 09 14 MSC Graduate Begins Internship at Embassy of Canada in Washington DC 10 03 14 Peacemaking from the Inside Out 10 03 14 Supporting Rights and Liberties 09 11 14 IDS Student Reflects on Practicum Experience 08 13 14 Social Justice Fair 2014 07 10 14 Peacebuilding and

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  • About Menno Simons College | About CMU | MSC
    Graduate Programs Graduate Programs International Development Studies Conflict Resolution Studies Professional Development Alumni Events Career Opportunities Currents Magazine Alumni Giving Give to MSC About Menno Simons College Menno Simons College is a centre for excellence in International Development Studies and Conflict Resolution Studies We offer a wide range of courses and experienced faculty in these areas that are unparalleled in Canada Located on the campus of The University of Winnipeg students who complete programs at Menno Simons College graduate with a Bachelor of Arts from The University of Winnipeg Menno Simons College is a college of Canadian Mennonite University in affiliation with The University of Winnipeg Our Values At Menno Simons College we aspire to embody values of justice peace and service both in our teaching and in our lives Rooted in the Anabaptist Mennonite tradition Menno Simons College is a forum of mutual exchange between public higher education and a unique faith tradition addressing issues that need action and reflection We value academic freedom We desire to grow as a meeting place where diverse communities can address local and global issues with appreciation for differing perspectives Students from all backgrounds and orientations are invited to join us in building this vital learning community Our Mission Menno Simons College provides education flowing from Anabaptist Mennonite understandings of faith peace and justice while engaging other religious traditions and intellectual perspectives The college fosters a learning community that prepares students from diverse backgrounds for participation and leadership in local and global communities Our Campus We are located on the campus of The University of Winnipeg in downtown Winnipeg It is a compact urban campus with excellent public transit access With approximately 10 000 students The University of Winnipeg offers strong undergraduate programs in arts sciences and education Canadian Mennonite University Menno Simons

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  • Faculty | About CMU | MSC
    Minor Courses with Prerequisites Courses That Are Full Auditing a Course Future Students Undergraduate Programs Application Your First Year International Development Studies Conflict Resolution Studies Frequently Asked Questions Arrange a Campus Visit Employment Opportunities Student Service s Academic Advising Student Community Relations Student Events Conference Workshop Bursaries Student Association Volunteer Opportunities Community Support Resources Academic Resources Alumni Graduate Programs Graduate Programs International Development Studies Conflict Resolution Studies Professional Development Alumni Events Career Opportunities Currents Magazine Alumni Giving Give to MSC Faculty Jerry Buckland Dean of Menno Simons College Professor of International Development Studies John Derksen Associate Professor of Conflict Resolution Studies Lois Edmund Associate Professor of Conflict Resolution Studies Neil Funk Unrau Associate Professor of Conflict Resolution Studies Kirit Patel Assistant Professor of International Development Studies Paul Redekop Associate Professor of Conflict Resolution Studies Ruth Rempel Associate Professor of International Development Studies Karen Ridd Instructor in Peace and Conflict Resolution Studies Jonathan M Sears Assistant Professor of International Development Studies Anna Snyder Associate Professor of Conflict Resolution Studies Stephanie Stobbe Associate Professor of Conflict Resolution Studies Christina Szurlej Instructor of Conflict Resolution Studies Ruth Taronno Director of Practicum and Alumni Relations Gordon Zerbe Vice President Academic About MSC Faculty Staff

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  • Staff | About CMU | MSC
    Employment Opportunities Student Service s Academic Advising Student Community Relations Student Events Conference Workshop Bursaries Student Association Volunteer Opportunities Community Support Resources Academic Resources Alumni Graduate Programs Graduate Programs International Development Studies Conflict Resolution Studies Professional Development Alumni Events Career Opportunities Currents Magazine Alumni Giving Give to MSC Staff Jerry Buckland Dean of Menno Simons College Caitlin Eliasson Student Services Assistant Erin Gietz Administrative Assistant Gina Loewen Academic Advisor Joel

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  • Sessional Instructors | About CMU | MSC
    uwinnipeg ca Cathy Hanischuk Morris BA in Conflict Resolution Studies University of Winnipeg Sessional Instructor in Conflict Resolution Studies Cathy teaches Conflict Communication at MSC Most of her work experience has been in Human Resources training and development recruitment and selection and Employee Relations More recently she has done conflict resolution consulting for workplaces communities and mostly in congregations Hansickhuck Morris has been a volunteer mediator for approximately 10 years Contact Cathy cathymorris mymts net Diane Holley Bachelor of Laws University of Manitoba Sessional Instructor in Conflict Resolution Studies Diane Holley has been engaged in a variety of law related endeavours for close to 20 years She recently opened her own firm Holley Law Office and has previously worked in a legal aid office and several private practices Diane s early legal work focused on criminal and family law litigation Currently she provides contract legal services to Anu Osborne which focuses on alternative dispute resolution processes primarily in the area of family law Under the tutelage of Ms Osborne Diane has completed training in Collaborative Law Diane also acts as a Learning Group Facilitator for the Law Society of Manitoba s articling program She s taught a number of legal and non legal courses at Assiniboine Community College s School of Business Administration and holds a Certificate of Adult Education from Red River College Contact info d holley uwinnipeg ca Cory Lewis MA of Laws University of London Sessional Instructor in Conflict Resolution Studies Cory teaches Negotiation Theory and Practice at MSC Previously he taught negotiation sales and legal topics at other post secondary institutions Since being called to the Manitoba Bar in 1986 he has practiced real estate commercial estates and multi level marketing law He lives in Winnipeg with his wife Nancy two sons Nick and Hunter and their dog Blackie Contact Cory c lewis uwinnipeg ca Joel Marion MCPM Schulich Executive Education Centre York University and University of Winnipeg Sessional Instructor in International Development Studies and Conflict Resolution Studies Joel has been the Administrative Coordinator of MSC since 2012 He has a BA Hons from the University of Winnipeg with a double major in Politics and Conflict Resolution Studies and a Masters Certificate in Project Management from the Schulich Executive Education Centre York University and the University of Winnipeg His honours included the Douglas W Leatherdale Global Citizens Internship Simons Foundation internship and the Lloyd Axworthy Scholarship in Politics His research and volunteer interests include international human rights international development democratic development and transitional justice Contact Joel jo marion uwinnipeg ca Natasha Mohammed MA International Peace Studies University of Notre Dame Sessional Instructor in Conflict Resolution Studies As a life long learner Natasha has sought out diverse educational experiences including a B Sc University of Manitoba a B A in Conflict Resolution Studies University of Winnipeg and an MA International Peace Studies University of Notre Dame USA In addition to having served as a community counsellor mediator group facilitator and Victim Impact Worker Natasha has taught in

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  • Board of Governors | About CMU | MSC
    Resources Academic Resources Alumni Graduate Programs Graduate Programs International Development Studies Conflict Resolution Studies Professional Development Alumni Events Career Opportunities Currents Magazine Alumni Giving Give to MSC Board of Governors Menno Simons College operates as a college of Canadian Mennonite University CMU The governance of CMU consists of two bodies the CMU Council and the Board of Governors The CMU Council is a constituency assembly charged with forging the vision of the university and electing a strong governing board It is made up of 45 60 people representing three supporting constituencies i Friends of Menno Simons College ii Mennonite Brethren Church of Manitoba and iii Mennonite Church Canada as well as selected fraternal organizations The CMU Council meets once or twice a year The Board of Governors meets regularly as the governing board Most members of the Board of Governors are elected from the CMU Council with additional members appointed by faculty students and supporting constituencies The board also includes one faculty and student representative from both Menno Simons College MSC and the Shaftesbury Campus The board also has the option to invite two members at large to join and participate CMU Board Members Marlene Janzen Chairperson Art A DeFehr

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  • History | About CMU | MSC
    to a university setting Dr David Friesen was a driving force in the establishment of Menno Simons College as a major benefactor and founding chair of the board What s in a Name Menno Simons College is named after Menno Simons a 16th Century Dutch priest who became a leader within a radical religious group of re baptizers or Anabaptists In his writings Menno Simons reinforces the key values of Anabaptism complete discipleship a strong sense of community and an absolute rejection of violence to solve problems in the church or society An Academic Institution In June 1982 the Manitoba Legislature passed Bill 34 granting Menno Simons College a charter to grant degrees Since then Menno Simons College has enjoyed tremendous growth By 1988 Menno Simons College had become known as the home of Conflict Resolution Studies and International Development Studies and the college formally affiliated with a major public university The University of Winnipeg In 1989 Menno Simons College offered its first credit courses with teaching president George Epp PhD and one full time professor Bernie Wiebe PhD Dr George Richert became the second President of MSC and in the mid 1990s under the leadership of Dr George Epp Menno Simons College joined Canadian Mennonite Bible College and Concord College as a founding college of Canadian Mennonite University Menno Simons College serves as the downtown campus of Canadian Mennonite University Governance and Leadership In 1998 Rev Jack Loepp succeeded Dr Friesen as board chair and continued until 2003 when Canadian Mennonite University merged its three fold administration into one installing its first president Gerald Gerbrandt PhD and appointing one governing board Throughout the mid 2000s Canadian Mennonite University developed a new administrative structure including a Vice President Academic who oversees all academic matters throughout the institution and four academic

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  • MSC News | About CMU | MSC
    42 PM Alumna Naomi Happychuk says Menno Simons College MSC helped expand her passion for development Happychuk who obtained an International Development Studies IDS degree values the blend of critical thinking and practical experience MSC provides Continue Reading Press Release MSC Hosts Insight Mediation Workshop by Ellen Paulley Wednesday March 25 2015 8 50 AM March 25 2015 Winnipeg MAN The workshop Practicing Insight Mediation Helping Conflicting Parties Make Wise Decisions will be led by Dr Cheryl Picard professor emeritus at Carleton University and principle of Cheryl Picard Associates Continue Reading International Experience Inspires Local Action by Ellen Paulley Wednesday March 18 2015 10 25 AM Alumna Christie McLeod can pinpoint the exact time in her life when she knew she wanted to study and work in the fields of international development and human rights It was when she spent six months as a volunteer teacher in a preschool in Capricorn a South African township teaching colours numbers and shapes among other topics Continue Reading From the Field Practicum Reflections from Guatemala by Ellen Paulley Friday March 13 2015 9 20 AM When I first arrived in Santiago it was around 8 PM on a Tuesday night It was dark and when I arrived at my house and got out of the van I was intrigued by the stairs leading up to my place After being here for a couple of days and exploring the town I realized that many houses are in fact very vertical which is the opposite from my very sprawled out suburban city Another thing that immediately jumped out for me being a dog lover was the amount of dogs that I saw around town Unfortunately these dogs were not pets and were not taken care of though they have now become loyal friends of mine

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