I am the Director of the Peace Studies Certificate Program at Oregon State. You can find out more about this undergraduate minor degree here. OSU Peace Studies also has a Facebook page here.
I am also the co-director, along with Tony Vogt, of the Anarres Project for Alternative Futures. The Anarres Project is a forum, inspired by the work of Ursula K. Le Guin, for conversations, ideas, and initiatives that promote a future free of domination, exploitation, oppression, war, and empire. It seeks to bring together activists and scholars from the arts, humanities, and social and natural sciences who are writing, thinking, and teaching about the themes explored in Le Guin’s work: gender, racial, and sexual justice, ecological sustainability, bioregionalism, left libertarian/ anarchist traditions, utopias & dystopias, alternatives to war, and cooperative economic arrangements. Follow the Anarres Project on Facebook here.