Mark Justad, Director of the Center for Principled Problem Solving and Religious Studies faculty member, made presentations at two academic conferences this spring.
He delivered a presentation on Guilford College's Every Campus a Refuge CPPS Initiative for a panel titled, "What is a Just University: Responding to Forced Migration" at "Seeking Refuge: Faith-Based Approaches to Forced Migration". This conference took place at Princeton University as part of the "Poverty and Peacemaking" series hosted by Princeton's Office of Religious Life.
Mark directed a pedagogy workshop on the critical study of men and masculinities and gave a presentation on the history of men's studies at the American Men's Studies Association's 25th annual conference on men and masculinities. The conference was hosted by the University of Michigan School of Social Work in Ann Arbor, Michigan. Mark is past President of this gender studies interdisciplinary organization and currently serves as Treasurer and as a member of the AMSA Board of Directors.