Conflict Resolution Educator Award

This year’s award recipient is Rachel Ellison. She is a social justice warrior who has dedicated herself to creating change through her photography, research, education and museum work. She has a master’s in public history and teaches at Wilmington College with a focus on museums as agents of change. She works at the Cincinnati Art Museum and is co-curating an exhibit on poverty at the Dayton International Peace Museum. Throughout her work, Rachel combines her skills as a photographer, educator and exhibit designer to leverage the museum to promote peace within her community.

Call for Nominations

The Conflict Resolution Educator Award is given every year at the International Conference on Conflict Resolution Education conference to recognize an individual who has made substantial contributions to the field of conflict resolution education.

Download the CRE Educator Award Nomination Form

Who can nominate someone?

  • Student
  • Colleague or co-worker
  • Supervisor or manager

Criteria for nomination include:

  • Making a significant programmatic, academic, or practitioner-based contribution to the field of conflict resolution education
  • Contributing to long-term change in conflict resolution education
  • Attending the upcoming conference where the award would be given.

In order to nominate an individual for this award, please:

  1. Submit a nomination form that provides an explanatory summary of the reasons for nomination of no more than two typed pages.
  2. Identify the perceived impact of the individual’s work on others.

Note: Any participants on the Review Committee are not eligible to nominate others.

Deadline for nominations:  11:59 p.m. EST March 1, 2019