ACN Peace Scholars

The purpose of the ACN Peace Scholars program is to enrich students' knowledge of nonviolence, enhance their leadership skills and provide opportunities for peace-related experiences. These students are equipped to make a difference for peace in our world.

Students in the ACN Peace Scholars Program each receive a $1,000 renewable, merit-based scholarship per year. Scholars may be in any major course of study at Ashland University, but are required to pursue a minor in Ethics or Conflict Resolution (only 5 classes). Scholars receive individualized academic advising and VIP engagements with ACN speakers on a variety of topics related to nonviolence.

The Peace Scholars program will begin taking applications again in the spring, so check back then to fill out an application. 

2022-2023 ACN Peace Scholars

Contact Information

Craig Hovey
Craig Hovey, Ph.D.
Professor of Religion; Department Coordinator of Online and Corrections Courses; Interim Director, Ashland Center for Nonviolence
11 Rinehart Center for Religious Studies
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Elizabeth Buttil
Assistant Director, Ashland Center for Nonviolence; Administrative Assistant, Writing & Communication Center
116 Center for the Humanities of Bixler Hall