In addition to directing the programs for the Ware Institute, Dr. Dicklitch continues to teach courses on human rights and citizenship. She received a Ph.D. in political science from the University of Toronto. Her scholarly work focuses on human rights in Africa and political asylum in America.
Lisa is responsible for managing the co-curricular programs of the Ware Institute and works closely with the Director to provide support to faculty who are offering community-based learning courses. Lisa is a life-long member of the Lancaster community and has worked at the Ware Institute since 2003.
Lilah joined the Ware Institute in June, 2011. She oversees the Ware Institute Interns working in the Human Rights and Social Justice focus areas, as well as precepts GOV425 Human Rights/Human Wrongs and IST426 Political Asylum Practicum class and other Ware Institute projects with refugees.
Ryan joined the Ware Institute October 3, 2011 after working at the Chris Campbell Memorial Field in South Africa for 3 years. He continues to serve as a liaison between the Campbell Facility and Franklin and Marshall College coordinating the F&M Engage SA Program. He will also serve as the Program Director for the F&M SLAM and Squash ACES initiatives working in partnership with the School District of Lancaster.