Summer Institute



Summer Institute 1999

From June-August 1999 the Asch Center offered its first Summer Institute, made possible through the generous support of the National Institute of Mental Health. The intensive program was designed to prepare psychologists and social scientists in related disciplines to work on problems of ethnopolitical conflict ranging from basic research to conducting and evaluating interventions with victims of violence. The twenty Summer Fellows who participated in the program were taught by an expert Visiting Faculty from around the country and the world. In addition, the Fellows benefited greatly from the opportunity to share their knowledge and experience with each other in classroom discussions, collaborative research groups, and informal gatherings. In September 1999 selected Fellows will begin working overseas with post-Institute Asch Center fellowships. The 1999 Summer Institute Schedule and Syllabus are available for review.


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