Executive Director, Faculty, and Staff
Executive DirectorRead More
Administrative AssistantRead More
Adjunct Assistant Teaching ProfessorRead More
Senior Content SpecialistRead More
Associate Professor of Political Science and Global AffairsRead More
Associate Professor of Theology and Global AffairsRead More
Professor of Theology and Peace StudiesRead More
Associate Professor of TheologyRead More
Professor of the History of ChristianityRead More
Associate Professor of Religion, Conflict, and Peace StudiesRead More
Professor of International Relations and Political TheoryRead More
Director of Catholic Peacebuilding Studies, Kroc Institute for International Peace StudiesRead More
Assistant Professor of World Religions and the World ChurchRead More
William R. Kenan, Jr. Professor of SociologyRead More
Associate Professor of Religion, Ethics, and Peace StudiesRead More
Kathleen Sprows Cummings
Director, Cushwa Center for the Study of American CatholicismRead More
Harold and Martha Welch Professor of American Studies and Professor of HistoryRead More
Advisory Board Members
Adam AnsariRead More
Azza KaramRead More
Charles KatterRead More
Andrea KatterRead More
Mary McAleeseRead More
Tim SchlindweinRead More
William VendleyRead More
Master of Global Affairs Fellowship Recipients
Elizabeth Boyle graduated cum laude from the University of Notre Dame in 2020, earning a bachelor’s degree in political science and international peace studies. As a student she studied and worked on interreligious peacebuilding, served as student body president, fought for the rights of sexual assault survivors with the nonprofit organization Know Your IX, and was the recipient of the Yarrow Award in Peace Studies.
Elizabeth’s religious peacebuilding and civil rights work has led to internships at Religions for Peace, the US Commission on Civil Rights, USAID, and the US Department of State. She has traveled to Nepal, Qatar, and Oman, engaging in scriptural reasoning and interreligious dialogue through the Kroc Institute’s Madrasa Discourses research initiative and other Notre Dame opportunities. She is the recipient of an Ansari Institute Fellowship.
John Bosco Lugonja
John Bosco Lugonja is a Catholic priest ordained by the Diocese of Kasana–Luweero. He is passionate about promoting sustainable peace and justice in society. He recently worked in the diocesan peace and justice department and as director of a graduate school. He also has served as a pastor and associate pastor and has ministered to a wide range of people including Rwandan and South Sudanese refugees, displaced peoples, and people in poverty.
John Bosco holds an MA in theology from Makerere University and BA degrees in philosophy and theology from Pontifical Urban University in Rome. He is the recipient of an Ansari Institute Fellowship.
Atiq Rahman is the executive director of the Bangladesh Centre for Advanced Studies, a think tank in South Asia that focuses on sustainable development. The 2008 recipient of the United Nations Champion of the Earth Award, Rahman served as lead author for the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change when it was jointly awarded the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize with former U.S. Vice President Al Gore. Rahman’s current research focuses on global inequity and poverty, climate change, biodiversity, and relevant global institutions.