Caux Scholars Alumni
Welcome to the Alumni page, which we plan to develop as a resource and support source for our graduates, responding to the need expressed in Caux during the 2008 Reunion.
2014 Caux Scholar Reunion
A Caux Scholar reunion drew 24 alumni from 11 different classes and 19 countries back to Caux. Sessions for them to get to know the 2014 cohort of scholars elicited an engaging buzz.
A news report written by Lamiya Adilgizi (CSP 2013) from Azerbaijan is available on line.
A report from the reunion is published online
If you want to be in touch with Caux Scholars but you need contact information, or you are going to a new part of the world and want to know what other CSP grads are there, or have an interest and want to find others who share it, email Jitka Hromek-Vaitla.
CSP Alumni Scholarship
At the CSP reunion held in Caux in 2008, an alumni focus group agreed on the need for a greater number of participants from countries directly affected by conflict. Our hope is that the recipient of the CSP Alumni Scholarship will return to his/ her home country, after benefiting from training in conflict transformation and peacebuilding, and act as a seed for peace by contributing directly to the peace process. All alumni are asked to donate and fundraise for this scholarship. For more information ...
The Caux Scholars Program welcomes applications from former scholars to be Assistants with the Program. Those interested in applying should send a letter of intent, indicating why they would like to be an Assistant, including what they would hope to gain from the experience of working with Caux Scholars and returning to Caux and what they believe they can contribute.
Our Caux Scholar faculty and staff are ready to give advice, share experience, and support you in a variety of ways. Below we give contact information for a number of the faculty and staff who have served Caux Scholars through the years. If there is someone you would like to contact who is not listed, email Jitka Hromek-Vaitla.
Dr. Barry Hart (wife Vesna Mudri Hart, CSP ’97) is Professor in the Center for Justice and Peacebuilding at Eastern Mennonite University in Harrisonburg, Virginia, USA. Email
Michelle LeBaron (daughter Genevieve was CSP 2004) is the Director of the Dispute Resolution Program at the University of British Columbia, CANADA. Email
Dr. Mohammed Abu-Nimer is Professor of International Peace and Conflict Resolution at American University, Washington, DC, USA. Email
Samuel Gbaydee Doe is a doctoral candidate at Bradford University, UK, is currently a Development and Reconciliation Advisor with the Office of the Resident Coordinator, UNDP, Sri Lanka. Email
John Katunga is with Catholic Relief Services (CRS) as regional technical advisor for peacebuilding and justice in the east Africa regon, based in Nairobi, Kenya. Email
Randy Ruffin is Chair, CSP Advisory Board. She was the CSP Program Director 1994-1998. She is currently living in Virginia, USA. Email
Naila Sherman was CSP Program Director 1999 - 2003. Naila is currently with Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service in Qatar. Email
Krista Rigalo was CSP Program Director 2003 – 2006. Krista is currently working with the Peace Corps in Washington, DC, responsible for the Sahel region of Africa. She has recently completed work on her doctoral dissertation from George Mason University’s Institute of Conflict Analysis and Resolution. Email
Jitka Hromek-Vaitla is the current CSP Program Director Email