CHGS works with a number of graduate students who teach and research genocide from a variety of fields of study. We are connecting these emerging scholars with schools, community colleges, and community organizations that are seeking guest educators through our new initiative:
GEO (Genocide Education Outreach)
Participating graduate students are able to bring their academic research to a wide audience providing specific resources and relevant, accessible, and positive learning experiences to students outside of the university. Last year, GEO presented topics including:
|MA graduate Joe Eggers visits a group of high school students|
- What is genocide? The development of the legal definition of genocide
- Was the Holocaust inevitable? An introduction to the lead-up to WWII
- Twentieth Century African Genocides
- Genocide in the Media
Bring a graduate student to your class or community group! Or bring your class to CHGS to visit the library, learn from our graduate students, and see our artifact collection.
|A high school class visits the CHGS Library and artifact collection|
Please contact Demetrios Vital, CHGS Outreach Coordinator, for questions and information.