Conflict Resolution Master’s Project Presentations

Leigh Murphy | June 17, 2014
Eight graduate students presented papers encompassing conflict resolution tools, evaluation techniques, and case studies.

Eight graduate students presented papers encompassing conflict resolution tools, evaluation techniques, and case studies.
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Graduate students in the Department of Conflict Resolution, Human Security, and Global Governance hosted an evening of conflict resolution insight presenting their master’s projects on May 19 in the Chancellor's Conference Room. The students successfully integrated their unique topics into an engaging arrangement of conflict resolution topics including evaluation techniques, case studies, and resolution tools. Following is a list of the students and project titles. Read the student profiles here.

Evaluations

  • Kylie Millbern- "Ultimate Peace Summer Camp: An Evaluation"
  • Basye Hendrix- "Social Learning and Personal Conflict: Challenges and Possibilities"

Case Studies

  • Stephanie Wang- "Can our voice be heard?--An exploratory study on voice system in a Chinese insurance company"
  • Mahdi Hasan- "The Role of External Intervention to Terminate the Sierra Leone Civil War"
  • Zoie Newman- "The Uruguayan Abortion Debate: The Place of Conflict Resolution in the Negotiation over Reproductive Policy"

Tools

  • David D'Alessandro- "Using Interactive Theater to Counteract the Bystander Effect and Improve Conflict Resolution Skills."
  • Azure Parker- "Implementing and Evaluating a School-Based Conflict Resolution Education Program with the use of Restorative Principles & Practices."
  • Katie Walter- "Becoming Peacemakers: Examining Spirituality's Role in Communication Transformation"

Read more about paper topics and student profiles

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