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Emily M Gibson <[log in to unmask]>
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The Center for World Religions, Diplomacy, and Conflict Resolution (CRDC) at S-CAR is hosting two upcoming overseas seminars<https://crdc.gmu.edu/education/> for graduate, undergraduate, and non-degree seeking students:


  *   Post-Conflict Peacebuilding in Bosnia & Herzegovina<https://masonabroad.gmu.edu/index.cfm?FuseAction=Programs.ViewProgram&Program_ID=10119>: May 22 – 31, 2020. A limited amount of Walker Fellowships are available to GMU graduate students to cover $2,000 of the program fee for this study abroad trip. The application date for this Fellowship is March 15th. Students may learn more about this Fellowship and apply here<https://secure-web.cisco.com/1-353aIwwpCHg2Z9cUblnkALbatsiz_4WclT8vfqb-R8CU2mZHrQPEEXBL3d0zJrSkU_COewro6i8IprbvDVhlpbvBk9_6jnBsZhhgZevxBpuEF8_kTYVsNbREcUIzwYq3ZgHaM7IUGTeLk5KaB_9-oM-91WzJsYKMz_LBTrnvFK_Y4prHchfr8QOKjT9e8-GGkLUuDwE44zkxQpmEyvZhEtPf-W2XSdnT0jFv63X9KCAWCNFI2d7eCE7wmhUqTB7jfsbpTI1ch4vAy43Xy8v33z8iksUxFj7dDJYanPuIFCL-RpNSLqU02mlTy1UJDy7rIklJKTkXsPc74Ne9yuqRMA2Id5KcWhM-OhB8Gw2qP3ssz7V21EbZ3hfDYymF_iwv_51kwNzq_02Xcgne-WIK3pGNEwK1iAsPnLGKd374cLD3uLKdGSOl0ypslUoPLb9/https%3A%2F%2Fdocs.google.com%2Fforms%2Fd%2Fe%2F1FAIpQLSeEgDsCY4z5vI9R_LVTm1nxbY3c3ujIeu6hUzgW_fzI_FWAYA%2Fviewform>.
  *   Politicians, Paramilitaries & Peace in Northern Ireland<https://masonabroad.gmu.edu/index.cfm?FuseAction=Programs.ViewProgram&Program_ID=10118>: June 26 – July 5, 2020.

We are currently accepting applications<https://masonabroad.gmu.edu/index.cfm?FuseAction=Programs.SearchResults&Program_Name=crdc&Program_Type_ID=1&pi=%7F&pc=%7F&pr=%7F&pt=%7F&Partner_ID=ANY&p_10001=%7F&p_10001_t=MULTI&p_10004=%7F&p_10004_t=MULTI&p_10008=%7F&p_10008_t=SELCT&p_10009=%7F&p_10009_t=MULTI&p_10010=%7F&p_10010_t=DATLK&p_10011=%7F&p_10011_t=SELCT&p_10014=%7F&p_10014_t=SELCT&p_10030=&p_10030_t=YESNO&p_10033=&p_10033_t=YESNO&Sort=Program_Name&Order=asc&pp=10001%2C10004%2C10008%2C10009%2C10010%2C10011%2C10014%2C10030%2C10033> for both seminars, and if students both apply and pay their deposit early, we reduce the cost of the program by $200.  Our priority registration dates are the following:


  *   Bosnia / Herzegovina: Apply by March 1 and pay deposit by March 15.
  *   Northern Ireland: Apply by April 1 and pay deposit by April 15.

Students can learn more about these and other CRDC programs on our FAQ Page<https://crdc.gmu.edu/faq-overseas-seminars/#1>, and I am more than happy to answer any questions they may have.

Thank you for your time,

Nick

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Nicholas R. Sherwood, M.A.

Research & Practice Fellow | Mary Hoch Center for Reconciliation (MHCR)
Marketing Coordinator | Center for World Religions, Diplomacy, and Conflict Resolution (CRDC)
Graduate Research Assistant | School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution (S-CAR)
Doctoral Student | Conflict Analysis and Resolution
George Mason University

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