Educators learn how restorative justice can shift discipline from punishment to transformation at two-day ‘academy’

What makes Avery Trinh’s endorsement of restorative justice in education special is that he’s not an administrator or a teacher. He’s a rising senior at Wilde Lake High School in ... read more about Educators learn how restorative justice can shift discipline from punishment to transformation at two-day ‘academy’

Winston Fellow Sumina Karki, program officer at The Asia Foundation, works with Nepalese female mediators and dialogue trainers

At a breakfast meeting in early June, Nepali peacebuilder Sumina Karki treated her Rockingham County Rotary Club hosts to what she called a “rosy picture” of her native land. She ... read more about Winston Fellow Sumina Karki, program officer at The Asia Foundation, works with Nepalese female mediators and dialogue trainers

Grad School Q & A: James Souder ’13, studying at the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies

James Souder graduated from Eastern Mennonite University (EMU) in 2013. He majored in environmental and social sustainability, with minors in photography, biology, economics and international development. He is now pursuing ... read more about Grad School Q & A: James Souder ’13, studying at the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies