The BYU Peace and Conflict Resolution Society works in conjunction with the Center for Conflict Resolution and the Kennedy Center to provide students with information and experience in peacebuilding and conflict resolution, as well as to provide guidance on career, internship, and graduate school experiences. The group draws a network of students and faculty from all over campus with a variety of different interests and background, united by a common interest in the principles of sustainable conflict resolution and transformation.
- Open to all current BYU students, faculty, and staff.
- PCRS requires no club dues or fees for membership.
- All others are encouraged to sign up for our newsletter, and likewise to contact us if they are interested in becoming a part of our mentor and guest speaker network.
- Join the club
Events and News
PCRS hosts events throughout the year across campus, as well as smaller brown bag lunches on a regular basis with prominent figures in peacebuilding.
Sign up for our monthly update
Visit our Facebook page
Do you want to be a part of our leadership team? We are always looking for extra hands to help us grow. Send us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Or do you want to take classes on and get educated in conflict resolution? Sign up for StDev 364 Mediation Techniques and Practices (3 credit hours fall/winter) to get trained to be a mediator and/or StDev 359 Conflict Resolution (2 credit hours fall/winter).