By the Numbers
2022-23 By the Numbers:
Social media followers: Facebook-10,036, Twitter-9,177, Instagram-1,880
The Kroc Cast podcast: 10 episodes produced
Peace Accords Matrix reports, on the status of the peace accord implementation in Colombia: 3 reports and 10 policy briefs produced
Website news stories: 44 published
Publicity in academic publications, consumer news outlets, books, and Notre Dame communications channels, among others: 395
- Events hosted or led: 48
Staff Members: 22
Core Faculty Members: 25
Faculty Fellows: 72
Visiting Research Fellows: 8
Notre Dame Student Peace Conference:
Attracted more than 120 participants from 27 colleges and universities representing more than 15 countries around the globe: Armenia, Canada, China, Colombia, England, Egypt, Germany, India, Kenya, Nigeria, Northern Ireland, Pakistan, Uganda, the United States, and Venezuela.
Includes more than 1,900 peacebuilders around the world, made up of approximately 1,200 undergraduate alumni, with another 700+ alumni from the master’s and PhD programs, and graduate-level students with minors in peace studies. Collectively, the network spans more than 100 countries around the globe.
The Peace Studies Class of 2022-23:
74 students made up the peace studies program, enrolled as either supplementary majors or interdisciplinary minors.
An additional 25 students participated in the international peace studies concentration through the Keough School's global affairs supplementary major.
- 27 seniors graduated in May 2023.
7 students graduated in December 2022, whose studies had been disrupted by the pandemic.
An additional 17 students graduated from the program in May 2023.
- In the 2022–23 academic year, 15 incoming students representing 13 countries chose to pursue a concentration in International Peace Studies (IPS) as part of the Keough School’s Master of Global Affairs program.
Graduate minors in peace studies:
- 13 students completed a graduate minor in peace studies in 2023.
5 new Ph.D. students were admitted in fall 2022.
- 2 Ph.D. degrees were conferred in spring 2023.