Opened in 2001, the Center is dedicated to the study of the historical, social, economic, cultural and military aspects of WW II. Our guiding objective is to engage with the college community and the public about this world-changing event in order to help future generations avoid cataclysmic armed conflict. All of our programs and resources ultimately return to the theme of learning the lessons of WW II so that we might be able to prevent the recurrence of war and heal the destructive consequences of global conflicts. The resources and programs of the Center are open to all and are committed to diversity and inclusion.
For further information, contact:
Professor Marc David Bonagura, Director