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The PAGS Office

The PAGS Office is here to support faculty, students and prospective students. Some of the resources we offer include:

- an extensive and ever-expanding database with information for peace and justice related internships

- opportunities for conferences, scholarships and peace initiatives

- a graduate school database with graduate programs relevant to PAGS students

- an archive of all theses by PAGS graduates since the beginning of the program

- an open and supportive space for student activism

- information about the AFSC Steinfeld Travel grant (a grant open to all declared PAGS majors on need-based financial aid)

- archives of past activism at Earlham

- assistance with event planning and publicity

- support and advice for students

  

 Please join us for our monthly PAGS Student-Faculty Meetings, the 1st Monday of every month at noon in LBC 208

The PAGS Office is located in LBC 322. Reach us at 765-983-1305. Our spring semester 2015 hours are:

M, T, W - 8:00-4:00, Friday, 12:00-4:00

 

PAGS Program Associate: Sue Meabon Bartow, bartosu@earlham.edu

 

PAGS' Intrepid Student Workers

 - Alex Cook '15  amcook11@earlham.edu

 - Ben Ihlenfeldt '16  bjihlen12@earlham.edu    

 - Iman Cooper '15  iacooper11@earlham.edu

 - David Masterson '17  dbmaste13@earlham.edu      

 

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