Graduate Student Irfan Amali Named One of “The Most Influential Muslims in the World”

December 21st, 2011

Irfan Amali, a Master’s student in the Coexistence and Conflict program and recent recipient of the Karpf and Hahn Peace Award for students working to promote the cause of peace, has been named to the Royal Islamic Strategic Studies Centre’s “Most Influential Muslims in the World” list for 2011.

Check out the link below to read more! Congratulations Irfan!

The Royal Islamic Strategic Studies Centre in Amman, Jordan, published its 2011 list of  “The Most Influential Muslims in The World.” Coexistence student Irfan Amali has been named to the list:

Davis Projects for Peace

December 14th, 2011

With a Davis Projects for Peace grant, you can receive $10,000 to fund your project over the upcoming summer! Applications are due January 20, 2012 and are open to all Brandeis University undergraduates.

Check out these links for more information…


…about the Davis Projects for Peace:

…about how to apply for a grant: 

Welcome to the PAX Blog!

December 7th, 2011

Welcome to the new blog of the Peace, Conflict, and Coexistence Studies Program (PAX) at Brandeis University! For almost three decades, the PAX program at Brandeis has educated students and community members about the nature of conflict and the role of nonviolence, among many other related topics.

Check back here for updates about interesting events, student profiles, and other PAX happenings!