Graduate Programs in Conflict Resolution Master’s Projects
Join our conflict resolution students as they present their master's projects or thesis.
Students have designed projects that integrate the knowledge and skills acquired during their training. Projects take a wide variety of forms, including
- empirical research
- apprenticeships with professionals or agencies
- evaluations and/or analysis of existing practices
- the creation of new dispute resolution programs or curricula, tailored to specific, identified, unmet needs
- other projects proposed by students which meet the project criteria.
Each project culminates in a work product, such as a research paper or written account of the applied project that demonstrates substantial progress beyond previous learning.
Projects being presented listed below:
Nanore Barsoumian - Struggling for Memory: Beyond Genocide Commemorations in Turkey
Leila Dieye - Observing the experience of racism through social backgrounds (thesis)
Kweta Henry - Untapped Potential: Developing a UMass Boston Graduate Peer-to-Peer Support Network
Haifa Inayah - Conflict Around the Construction of a House of Worship in Indonesia: A Case Study of GKI Yasmin
Enrico Manalo - The Impact of Diversity and Inclusion Training on how Staff Members of Organizations that Explicitly State a Commitment to Diversity and Inclusion, Handle Conflict (thesis)
Teresa Yeh - East Asian & Caucasian Body Image Experiences as Racial Majority and Racial Minority Members
This counts as colloquium credit for our Conflict Resolution Students.
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