Norwich University cadets discussing law and leadership using the "Ordinary Soldiers" lesson. More on the "Ordinary Soldiers" project can be found on the CHGS research page
2013 USMA Day of Remembrance speaker, Jack Terry, M.D.
COL Pilar Ryan, representing the Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies, speaking at a November 2012 Genocide and Mass Atrocity Prevention training workshop at the United States Memorial Holocaust Museum. COL Ryan's participation in the workshop, hosted by the Museum in conjunction with the U.S. State Department and the U.S. Army Peacekeeping and Stability Operations Institute, highlighted the Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies contributions to the inter-agency, interdisciplinary, and cross-departmental initiatives related to mass atrocity education and prevention in the Armed Forces and beyond.
President Obama and Nobel Laureate Elie Wiesel announce the creation of an Atrocity Prevention Board and cite a Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies program
Participants in the Auschwitz Jewish Center Foundation's American Service Academies Program
American Service Academies Program participants with Polish officers, cadets, and Ms. Kaya Mirecka Ploss
Superintendent LTG Robert Caslen conducts Cadet Review with Madeleine Albright, the 2013 Thayer Award winner. Secretary Albright received the Thayer Award in recognition for her exceptional Public Service and her leading role in Atrocity Prevention.
Cadets take part in the Beitler Family Foundation program at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
Dr. Amy Krakowka, Major Dylan Malcomb and cadets conduct field study on the relationship between water and vulnerability in Uganda. Photo taken on the farm of Dr. Fredrick Tumwines of Makerere University.
Participants in the 2013 Mass Atrocity Education Workshop included faculty from West Point, the Naval Academy, the Air Force Academy and the Coast Guard Academy.