Peace Studies Group

This Peace Studies group is free and open to the Augusta University community! 

"What we need most is to restore and revive our humanity. We must create a society where people can live with dignity, a society where people can live in peace and happiness. People are tired of games played for power and profit. People are tired of hatred and conflict. They want to live with more wisdom and confidence, and in peace. It may seem like a long and distant path, but I am convinced that the 21st century must see a movement to sow the seeds of peace, happiness and trust in every person's heart. The seeds of a truly humane way of life. I am convinced this is the only path."

— Daisaku Ikeda

The Peace Studies Group was originally formed by faculty members of the College of Education.

Contact Us

   Dr. Nai-Cheng Kuo
   University Hall Suite 366

Richard Yoshimachi, president of the Ikeda Center, meets with Dr. Nai-Cheng Kuo, Dr. Molly Quinn, and Dr. Zack Kelehear.
The Augusta University Peace Studies is in partnership with the Ikeda Center for Peace, Learning, and Dialogue. The group is open to all faculty, staff, and students who are interested in peace dialogues and action that promote compassion, human dignity, trust, and friendships.