The Josef Korbel School houses a variety of centers, institutes and clinics that add depth and breadth to the school's commitment to integrating teaching, research and practical problem solving. Students gain enriching research and internship opportunities through these centers, where they work alongside and network with world-renowned scholars, practitioners and experts.
The Center for China-U.S. Cooperation (CCUC) devotes itself to building mutual understanding, prudent policies and avenues of dispute resolution among the people of Greater China and the United States. Give now.
The Center on Rights Development (CORD) promotes universal recognition of human rights in all societies by undertaking research on human rights violations, establishing links with academic and legal monitoring centers around the world, and conducting outreach to local and national organizations engaged in human rights activism and education. Give now.
The Conflict Resolution Institute is dedicated to harmonizing social relations between individuals, within organizations and across cultures, while providing negotiation and mediation training in problem-solving methods for conflict management, prevention, and transformation based on justice and fairness. Give now.
The Frederick S. Pardee Center for International Futures serves as a world source of research, analysis and education in the field of global forecasting. The center uses a computer forecasting system called International Futures (IFs) that can help explore historical data and long-term global change and alternative futures in the interacting areas of demographics, economics, energy and agriculture, the environment, and socio-political patterns. Give now.
The Human Trafficking Clinic (HTC) provides professional research, writing, and educational outreach on human trafficking and all forms of modern-day slavery. Its aim is to provide research that improves inter-organizational cooperation and accountability, influences policy, and raises awareness in combating human trafficking and slavery in the 21st century. Give now.
The International Career Advancement Program (ICAP) fosters greater diversity among leadership positions in international public service, offering an annual seminar and career counseling for mid-career professionals from underrepresented groups. Give now.
The Global Access Pipeline (GAP) links pre-collegiate programs for underrepresented and at-risk students with college- and graduate-level programs that are then tied to key mid-career leadership programs. These, in turn, become part of special recruitment efforts at prominent senior level institutions from which leadership cadres and policy advice are drawn. Give now.
The Sié Chéou-Kang Center for International Security and Diplomacy is a unique teaching and research center providing scholarship, leadership training, a focus on grand strategy, and a broad, cosmopolitan understanding of international security and diplomacy. Give now.