Monthly Archives: February 2014

Jesup Scott Honors Scholars’ Reflections: “Crossing Boundaries to Create Common Ground.”

Essay by Merna Naji Most people would define a boundary as a line that delimits an area. In a more figurative sense, however, boundaries are more of a tacit principle that are not always binding. The Japanese earthquake and tsunami … Continue reading

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Faith and Peace Day Pre-Registration

We will be holding pre-registration for the attendees of Faith and Peace Day this Thursday, Feb. 27th and Friday, Feb. 28th from 9am to 9pm. Stop by the Augsburg College Oren Gateway Center to pick up your name badge and … Continue reading

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From Norway to North Carolina via the Nobel Peace Prize Forum by Elsa Gunnarsdottir

Elsa Gunnarsdottir, a sophomore at Duke University, is a former American College of Norway student. Thinking back on my life a year ago, I never would have imagined I would be where I am today. A year ago I was overwhelmed with researching … Continue reading

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2014 Speaker Announcement: Michael Posner, JD

Professor Michael Posner is on faculty at NYU’s Stern School of Business, where he is launching the first center on business and human rights at a business school. He received his J.D. from the University of California, Berkeley, and led Human Rights First, … Continue reading

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2014 Speaker Announcement: Dr. William Foege

The Nobel Peace Prize Forum is pleased to announce that Dr. William Foege will be attending and speaking at the 2014 Forum on March 8th in Minneapolis. Dr. William Foege received his undergraduate degree at Pacific Lutheran University, his medical degree from the University … Continue reading

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