Monday5Aug 2024

Peace Leadership in Schools Summit

Summer Institute funded by The Miner Anderson Family Foundation

Monday, August 5, 2024 8:30 a.m. - 3:30 p.m. PST
2024-08-05 08:30 2024-08-05 15:30 America/Los_Angeles Peace Leadership in Schools Summit Go to event listing for more details: RH 001 Reeves Hall SED Reading Lb 001 Whitney McIntyre Miller, Ph.D.

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Calling all Educators: Unlock the Power of Peaceful Leadership in your schools with the Peace Leadership in Schools Summit at Chapman University!

During this one-day event, TK-12 school leaders will collaborate with various experts in the field and design (or enhance existing) school programming that promotes peace and wellness on school campuses. The Summit emphasizes team-based work at the school level, promoting connections between principals, teachers, and wellness specialists.  

By completing this intensive training, school leaders become eligible to apply for an award of $2,000 to implement peace and wellness in their schools. Imagine the possibilities as you implement your newfound knowledge on your own school campus! 


Our dedicated university faculty will be by your side, providing ongoing support as you craft innovative project designs and implementation plans. To further nurture your progress, school teams selected for funding will be invited back for two follow-up sessions in the winter and spring. These sessions offer the perfect platform to share successes, address challenges, and troubleshoot any needs that arise. 


Don't miss out on this unique opportunity to learn how to cultivate a culture of peace and leadership within your school community. Join us at the Peace Leadership in Schools Summit and empower your school. 



Institute Objectives 

1. Participants will learn about peace leadership and systems thinking frameworks in the context of education (FAQs) 

2. Participants will learn about human rights education 

3. Participants will learn about applied peace leadership project 

4. Participants will collaboratively design a peace leadership project or enhance an existing project/program using the tenets of peace leadership (action planning) 


Participating school leaders and teams will receive: 

1. Opportunity to apply for a $2,000 award to use to support project implementation 

2. Breakfast and lunch during the institute 

3. Ongoing support and coaching from university researchers 


For Questions, contact: 
Whitney McIntyre Miller, Ph.D. 

(714) 744-2134 











You can contact the event organizer, Whitney McIntyre Miller, Ph.D. at or (714) 744-2134.

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