Berkley Center for Religion, Peace and World Affairs

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The Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs "was created in office of Georgetown's President, Dr. John J. DeGioia, in March 2006. The Center is designed to build on Georgetown's strengths: academic excellence; Washington, DC, location; international reach; and a Catholic and Jesuit tradition open to other faiths and the wider secular world. Collaboration among faculty, administrators, and students -- and generous support from William R. Berkley, a member of the University Board of Directors -- has enabled the Center's rapid growth. Associate Professor Thomas Banchoff (Government and School of Foreign Service) is its founding director." [1]



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  1. About, Berkley Center for Religion, Peace and World Affairs, accessed September 7, 2008.