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  • Stephanie Stobbe | Faculty & Staff | MSC
    to join the American Bar Association team of experts to discuss Gender Responsive Peacebuilding Implementing the Secretary General s Report on Women s Participation in Peacebuilding and provide recommendations to the United Nations Development Programme Peacebuilding Support Office as they address UN Security Council Resolutions 1325 and 1889 In that same year she also served as a Visiting Professor Researcher at the Matsunaga Institute for Peace and Conflict Resolution at the University of Hawaii Her current research projects include Experiences of Professional Immigrants in Canada s Labour Market A Study of the Past 25 Years and Transnational Histories of Homeland Violence and Migration Intergenerational and Digital Storytelling Among Refugees in the Diaspora 1945 to the Present Her new book Conflict Resolution and Peacebuilding in Laos Perspective for Today s World will be released in 2015 Areas of Teaching workplace and organizational dispute resolution gender and conflict resolution refugee and immigrant issues cross cultural issues indigenous or traditional conflict resolution methods Education Ph D University of Manitoba M A Antioch University B A University of British Columbia University of Winnipeg Work in Detail Teaching CRS 1200 Introduction to Conflict Resolution Studies CRS 2210 Conflict Theory and Analysis CRS 2211 Coaching Skills Workshop formerly Conciliation Skills CRS 2241 Conflict and Culture CRS 3220 Models for Conflict Transformation CRS 3221 Mediation Skills Workshop CRS 3221 Mediation Skills Workshop CRS 3240 Workplace Conflict Resolution CRS 3293 Directed Readings in CRS CRS 4240 Workplace Dispute Systems Design Research Current Publication Projects Writing a book Traditional Conflict Resolution Perspective for Today s World based on my research in Southeast Asia Laos Abingdon Routledge Publications 2015 Co researching and authoring a book with Dr Judith Harris and Dr Mussie Tesfagiorgis Experiences of Professional Immigrants in Canada s Labour Market A Study of the Past 25 Years Forthcoming

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  • Christina Szurlej | Faculty & Staff | MSC
    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 Christina Szurlej Instructor of Conflict Resolution Studies Conflict Resolution Studies c szurlej uwinnipeg ca 204 953 3872 2MS24 Dr Szurlej has earned a PhD in law from Middlesex University an MA in human rights from the University of Essex a BA in politics and conflict resolution studies and a certificate in public policy and administration from the University of Winnipeg She has worked for higher education institutions in research and or teaching capacities at the University of Winnipeg Middlesex University University of Essex and the National University of Ireland Galway Dr Szurlej teaches Genocide War and Conflict Conflict and Culture and Introduction to Conflict Resolution Studies at Menno Simons College as well as the Capstone in Human Rights and Global Studies at Global College Her research interests include international human rights human rights monitoring mechanisms of the

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  • Ruth Taronno | Faculty & Staff | MSC
    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 Ruth Taronno Director of Practicum

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  • Gordon Zerbe | Faculty & Staff | MSC
    A Social Work Tabor College 1976 Work in Detail Teaching Paul the Apostle 1988 89 1991 92 1992 93 1993 94 1995 96 1998 99 2000F 2009W 2010 F 2013F Plato s Republic and Paul s Romans in Dialogue 2008F 2011W 2013W Economics of the New Testament 1995W 1999F 2010W 2012W 2014W Aggression Violence War in Social Scientific Perspective 2009W 2010F Introduction to Cultural Anthropology 2013F History of Greece and Rome 2012F Literary Theory and Scripture Interpretation 2009F World Religions 2011F 2012W 2013F 2014W Biblical Perspectives on Peace and Justice 2002W 2009F Creation and Environment Biblical Perspectives 1990F 2000F 2001F Jews and Christians in Greco Roman Society 2010W 2011W Jesus through his Parables 2013W Introduction to Biblical Literature and Themes 2002W 2008F 2009F 2010W 2011W 2012F Introduction to Koine Greek 1989 90 2001W 2010F 2011W 2012F 2013W Research Books Currently nearing completion of a manuscript on Philippians for the Believers Church Bible Commentary series Herald Press Citizenship Paul on Peace and Politics Winnipeg CMU Press 2012 Editor Reclaiming the Old Testament Essays in Honour of Waldemar Janzen Winnipeg CMBC Publications 2001 Non retaliation in Early Jewish and New Testament Texts Ethical Themes in Social Contexts Journal for the Study of the Pseudepigrapha Supplement Series 13 Sheffield UK Sheffield Academic Press 1993 Selected Articles Peace and Justice in the Bible in Peace and Justice Essays from the Fourth Shi i Muslim Mennonite Christian Dialogue Harry J Huebner Hajj Muhammad Legenhausen eds Winnipeg CMU Press 2011 Pp 124 43 The one and the many the part and the all Unity and diversity in the Messiah s body politic Vision A Journal of Church and Theology 11 1 Spring 2010 77 90 The relevance of Paul s eschatological ecclesiology for ecumenical relations in New Perspectives in Believers Church Ecclesiology A Dueck H Harder K Koop eds Winnipeg CMU Press 2010 Pp 30 47 On the Exigency of a Messianic Ecclesiology An Engagement with Philosophical Readers of Paul in Paul Philosophy and the Theopolitical ed Doug Harink Eugene OR Cascade Books 2010 Pp 254 81 Citizenship and Politics according to Philippians Direction 38 2 2009 193 208 Paul on the Human Being as a Psychic Body Neither Dualist nor Monist Direction 37 2 2008 168 184 The Letter to the Colossians with Muriel Orevillo Montenegro In A Postcolonial Commentary on the New Testament Writings Ed R Sugirtharajah and F Segovia New York T T Clark 2007 Pp 294 303 Christ Canon and Confession The Bible and the Confession of Faith in Mennonite Perspective Mennonite Quarterly Review 81 3 July 2007 327 350 The Wisdom of the Cross and the Knowledge of Our Age Higher Learning and the Wisdom of the Cross Mennonite University Faculty Conference Presentations Bluffton OH August 8 10 2006 Goshen IN Mennonite Education Agency 2006 Pp 5 18 Economic Justice and Non retaliation in the Dead Sea Scrolls Implications for New Testament Interpretation In Jesus and the Origins of Christianity The Bible and the Dead Sea Scrolls Vol 3 Ed James

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  • Jerry Buckland | Faculty & Staff | MSC
    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 Administration j buckland uwinnipeg ca 204 953 3859 1MS11 Jerry Buckland is the Dean of Menno Simons Collgege and Professor of International Development Studies and has worked at Menno Simons College for 20 years He was the Acting Director of the University of Winnipeg s Master s in Development Practice program 2012 3 and a Visiting Fellow at the Bangladesh Institute of Development Studies in the early 1990s He worked as an agricultural economist for Mennonite Central Committee in Bangladesh in the late 1980s early 1990s Buckland s teaching and research focus on micro finance bank access community economic development rural development and development in Bangladesh He teaches courses among others on community development research methods and evaluation methods in International Development and Conflict Resolution In the past twenty years he has published three books including Ploughing up the Farm Neoliberalism Modern Technology and the

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  • Caitlin Eliasson | Faculty & Staff | MSC
    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 Staff Caitlin Eliasson Student Services Assistant Menno Simons College c eliasson uwinnipeg ca 204 953 3846 1MS08 Caitlin Eliasson began as Menno Simons College s Student Services Assistant in January 2015 responsible for planning student activities events and campus resources compiling MSC s weekly e newsletter liaising with the MSC Students Association and assisting with student retention and promotion Caitlin is an alumna of MSC and the University of Winnipeg from where she holds an undergraduate degree in Conflict Resolution and English Literature She is currently completely the thesis portion of her Master s degree in Cultural Studies through McMaster University Her research project Nurturing Ethical Space in Our Minds and Higher Learning Communities Reflections from an Education in Pause considers the challenges and possibilities of fulfilling our humanness and social responsibilities as post secondary humanities students with particular attention to ethical relations with Canada s Indigenous peoples and ways

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  • Erin Gietz | Faculty & Staff | MSC
    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 Staff Erin Gietz Administrative Assistant

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  • Gina Loewen | Faculty & Staff | MSC
    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 Staff Gina Loewen Academic Advisor CRS IDS g loewen uwinnipeg ca 204 953 3848 1MS09 Gina Loewen has been the Academic Advisor for Conflict Resolution Studies and International Development Studies at Menno Simons College since 2007 She enjoys helping students make decisions about courses during their academic careers and collaborating with faculty and staff to provide quality services for students Gina holds a Bachelor of Theology from Canadian Mennonite Bible College and a Master of Arts in Linguistics from the University of Manitoba Her passion for language and culture has been life long which has led her to pursue opportunities to teach English study language and travel in and around Indonesia South Korea and Guatemala In addition to travel Gina enjoys a variety of outdoor activities biking camping skiing playing piano and singing reading

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