Inspiring Peacemaking in Tomorrow's Leaders
Inspiring peacemaking may begin with a catalytic encounter provided by the Nobel Peace Prize Forum. However, for that inspiration to stick, participants’ learning must begin before and continue after the Forum. This session will feature three panelists’ innovative work in the classroom and provide a workshop opportunity for both working professionals and students to plan how they will inspire peacemaking beyond the dates and walls of the Forum.
Associate Professor of Ethics and Business Law, University of St Thomas
Christopher Michaelson is an Associate Professor in the Department of Ethics and Business Law at the University of St. Thomas, teaches in the Business and Society Program at New York University, and works with the Global Risk Consulting practice at PwC, where he began his professional career before entering academia.
A graduate of the University of Chicago and the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, Tim is currently an adjunct faculty member in the Ethics & Business Law Department at the University of St. Thomas. Tim's areas of interest are in Ethics and how technological change challenges existing legal, normative, and cultural ideas.
Associate Professor of Justice and Peace Studies, University of St Thomas
Jack Nelson-Pallmeyer is Associate Professor of Justice and Peace Studies at the University of St. Thomas. He is the author of thirteen books on justice and peace. For three years, he has developed joint programing with business ethics students and faculty to address peace issues in the context of Nobel laureates and the Peace Prize Forum.
Dean, University of Toledo
With a 15-year career working in corporate, not-for-profit, educational and government organizations, Ransom currently serves as Dean of the Jesup Scott Honors College at the University of Toledo. She has previously worked as Senior Manager of Emerging Business at Best Buy, Inc., visiting professor at Assumption University in Thailand and a member of the Minnesota Board of Regents. Most recently, she served as a principal of Mariposa Global, a firm that provides consultation services to... Read More →
Associate Professor of Political Science, Augsburg College
Dr. Underhill served as Batalden Faculty Scholar in Applied Ethics from 2010-12, was Chair of the Political Science Department (2007-2010), directs the International Relations Program, and was a founding member of the college’s Environmental Stewardship Committee and the Environmental Studies and Peace & Global Studies Programs at Augsburg. He has taken students on international courses to Egypt, Tanzania, New Zealand, Nicaragua, and Costa Rica, and advises students in the... Read More →
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