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Alexander Cromwell

Instructor School of International Service

Alexander Cromwell is an Instructor at the School of International Service and the School of Professional and Extended Studies. His research and teaching interests include peace education, youth and peacebuilding, leadership, program evaluation, intercultural competence, identity, and conflict transformation. He is also a Ph.D. Candidate at the School for Conflict Analysis and Resolution at George Mason University, where he conducted his research in Pakistan focused on the long-term effects of peace education in conflict contexts. He specializes in programs with youth from conflict areas, with over 10 years of experience with youth programming, and has worked with groups from the Middle East, South and Central Asia, Southeast Asia, and the United States. He Co-Directed the Indonesia-U.S. Youth Leadership Program, which brought Indonesian high school students to the United States and American high school students to Indonesia for a conflict resolution and leadership education program. He previously taught courses at George Mason University on conflict transformation and identity.
SIS - School of International Service
SIS - 244
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  • Summer 2017

    • SIS-730 Skills Inst in Int'l Affairs: Program Design & MEL
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  • Spring 2018

    • SIS-619 Special Studies in Int'l Pol: Youth and Conflict
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    • SIS-730 Skills Inst in Int'l Affairs: Pers Trans for Peacebldng Prac
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