Paul K. Chappell: The Transformative Peace Leadership Workshop
Date and Time
Monday, January 6, 2014 – Friday, January 10, 2014
Mother Rosalie Hill Hall, 211
San Diego, CA 92110
Paul K. Chappell served as a Captain in the U.S. Army and served in Iraq. Upon leaving the Army, he devoted his time to teaching and writing about peace. He is the author of the Road to Peace series, a seven-book series about waing peace, ending war, the art of living, and what it means to be human. He currently serves as the Peace Leadership Director for the Nuclear Age Peace Foundation in Santa Barbara, California.
“Captain Paul K. Chappell has given us a crucial look at war and peace from the perspective of a soldier, and his new ideas show us why world peace is both necessary and possible in the 21st century." –Archbishop Desmond Tutu
“Paul Chappell is doing something that no one else has done in my lifetime. He has created a system from many philosophies, just as Gandhi did in his time that anyone, no matter what their political beliefs or attitudes, can easily adopt.” -Linda Richards, activist, lecturer at Oregon State University
To register for the workshop, go to http://peaceleadership.kintera.org/usd.
Students interested in earning 3 units should resigster for LEAD 581: Peace Leadership.
- 100% refund before November 1, 2013
- 75% refund before November 15, 2013
- 50% refund before December 10, 2013
- 25% refund before December 22, 2013
- No refunds will be issued after December 22, 2013
The class will meet from 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. in Mother Rosalie Hall, Room 211, which is directly across from the Institute for Peace and Justice. The West entrance is the best way to reach this area of campus. A printable map of campus is available at www.sandiego.edu/maps/pdf_print.php.
Parking is available on campus. Please email Mariko Peshon at email@example.com if you will need a parking permit. More information will be provided on picking up permits once the final count is received.
Wi-Fi is available for guests on campus and we'll provide you with information on how to logon when you're on campus.
Professor Steven Gelb