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The Keough School of Global Affairs will house seven existing units active in international scholarship at Notre Dame. The *Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies* is recognized worldwide as a leading center for analyzing the causes of violent conflict and strategies for peace. Many of its 30-plus faculty members hold a concurrent appointment in a department such as anthropology, history, political science, sociology or theology. Kroc offers degree programs at the doctoral, master’s and baccalaureate levels. Known especially for its research and teaching focus on Latin America, the *Kellogg Institute for International Studies* has expanded to include work in Africa and Asia that sheds light on Kellogg’s themes of democracy and human development. Kellogg offers several academic programs for graduate and undergraduate students; more than 100 faculty fellows from nearly two dozen academic units at Notre Dame operate under Kellogg auspices.