Faculty collaborate one-on-one with undergraduate and graduate students on research, scholarship and creative activity, allowing students to experience the excitement of original discovery.
Our students strive for academic excellence and take great pride in serving their communities. At USD, students learn to think critically, act globally and work collaboratively to achieve their full potential.
USD has an active, thriving campus community. In addition to its sublime setting — enhanced by an average 300 days of sunshine each year — USD offers students an abundance of academic programs, facilities and resources.
From the moment you step on our beautiful campus you can see that USD is exceptional.
Panel on Crisis in Syria
|Event Start Date||Monday, September 9, 2013|
Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice Theatre
|Event Start Time||6:00 pm|
The Kroc School of Peace Studies held a campus-wide conversation on the growing crisis in Syria, on Monday, September 9 in the Peace & Justice Theatre. The purpose was to provide balanced information on and expert analysis of policy options for the United States and the larger international community.
Panelists included Professor Ibrahim Al-Marashi of California State University, San Marcos; Rear Admiral Stephen Loeffler, USN (ret.); Professor Necla Tschirgi of the Kroc School; and Dean Edward Luck, who moderated the event.
|Contact||Joan B. Kroc School of Peace Studies | email@example.com | 6192607919|