The Forrest S. Mosten Initiative
in Conflict Resolution and Peace Studies

in support of an
Annual Public Lecture/Guest Lecturer
and Student Internships

University of California, Riverside

World-renowned mediator, author and UCR alumnus, Forrest S. Mosten (Phi Beta Kappa, 1969) along with wife Jody, have generously established a fund in support of Conflict Resolution and Peace Studies at UC Riverside. This fund supports two major initiatives: 1) an annual lecture in conflict resolution and peace studies; the annual speaker will also serve as a guest lecturer in classes; and 2) annual internships for one or more UCR students who wish to pursue this area of study.

A multi-disciplinary field of research, teaching, and practice, Conflict Resolution and Peace Studies is integral to a wide variety of disciplines and departments and students from all fields are eligible to apply for internships. Agencies utilizing mediation are invited to contact Drs. Erith Jaffe-Berg (Theatre) and Bronwyn Leebaw (Political Science), Director of the minor in Peace and Conflict Studies.

The Mostens have established this fund as a challenge grant, inviting campus and community alike to expand and enrich this fund with additional funding. Tax-deductible contributions to the Mosten Fund can be made payable to the UCR Foundation (noting the "Forrest S. Mosten Conflict Resolution and Peace Studies Fund" on the memo line).

Please contact:

Marie Schultz, Senior Director of Development University of California Riverside
900 University Avenue, HMNSS 3415
Riverside, California 92521
Office: 951-827-4365

The Mosten Lecture is hosted by the Center for Ideas and Society. For information please contact:

Ms. Laura Lozon
Associate Director, Center for Ideas and Society
University of California, Riverside
Riverside, California 92521
(951) 827-1555