Peace and Conflict Studies Institute (PACSI)
One of the vehicles through which the Protestant Campus Ministry addresses issues of peace and justice is the Peace and Conflict Studies Institute (PACSI). Imogene Stulken has been one of the co-directors since PACSI's establishment in 1991.
PACSI's goal is to promote education, research, and practice concerning peace and conflict issues, in both the UMass Lowell and Greater Lowell communities.
Since April of 1996, PACSI has sponsored the annual Days Without Violence.
For more information on PACSI history, activities, and previous events, visit the Peace and Conflict Studies Institute.