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Volume 3, Number 2, Feb 2003
Welcome readers! With this issue I'm pleased to introduce our new Associate Editor Paul Saba. Paul is a graduate student in the Master of Arts in Dispute Resolution program at Wayne State University. Paul will soon also be a law student at Wayne State as he has just received his acceptance letter from the Law School. Congratulations Paul! We hope you enjoy the MADR/JD joint degree program.

In this issue, in addition to our news, tool reviews, and new items from the periodicals, we feature a piece on teaching using Circles, a piece on the importance of peace and conflict studies programs at the community college level, information on opportunities for campus programs at the National Association for Community Mediation, and summary article examing some differing points of view on the role email plays in conflict escalation or descalation.

Also in this issue we're pleased to present the second in our series of Campus Conflict Resolution Briefing Papers, examining the question of liability for campus mediation programs and practitioners.

Thanks once again for your continued interest in constructive approaches to working with and learning from conflict in higher education. Together I know we can improve the quality of life on campus.

Best regards,
Bill Warters
Editor

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