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Anderson, S.(1993). Disaggregating the ombudsman: Towards a pure theory of conflict resolution.
UCI ombudsman: The Journal.

Beddingfield, K. T. Sharing a dorm room with a total stranger.
U.S. News online.

Brinkert, Ross (2000) ADR Plus One:Developing ADR Practice by Advancing Conflict Coaching Models.
Conflict Studies Conference Student Papers, UMass Boston.

Boskey, J. (1995). Alternative Dispute Resolution in the Law Schools. The Fourth R 55(Feb/March).

Burgess, Guy (1989) Development Strategies for University Conflict Resolution Programs. University of Colorado Conflict Research Consortium Working Paper Number 89-5

Burnside, C. (1995). Coping with Conflict in the Workplace.
TCCTA (Texas Community College Teachers Association) Messenger(December).

Cavenagh, T. D. (1995). Community Building Through Effective Conflict Resolution: The North Central College Dispute Resolution Center.
Higher Education Extension Service Review (Online) 6(5/15/95).

Center for Negotiation and Conflict Resolution at Georgia State University.(1998). Report on Conference on Institutionalizing CR in Higher Education.
Center for Negotiation and Conflict Resolution at Georgia State University.
http://law.gsu.edu/cncr/news_events/news_fall_1998.html#Innovations
See conference working papers below...

Chantrill, P. and Spence, R. (2001). Developing curricular and appropriate learning strategies for community development and peace studies.
ultiBASE August, 2001 Edition.

Cherrin, S.(1998). Teaching controversial issues.
TIP-IT Online Newsletter.
http://www.unm.edu/~castl/Castl_Docs/Packet5/Teaching Controversial Issues.html

College Admin. Publications.(1999). Violence at schools-and colleges.
Synfax Weekly Report.

Cooley, F. E. (1994). Facilitating conflict-laden issues: An important extension faculty role.
J. of Extension 32(1).

Council of University of California Staff Assemblies (CUCSA) and the Academic Council of the systemwide Academic Senate (1999). University of California Task Force Report on Faculty/Staff Partnerships. (Executive Summary, and link to full PDF document. Appendix includes survey results from various UC Conflict Resolution projects)
Academic Senate Website, University of California

Erickson, M. (2000). The Insider's edge.
CMHE Journal, 2000(June 16).

Flory, G. L. (1997). Conflict resolution across the curriculum.
Fourth R 79(Aug./Sept.).

Gadlin, H. (1991). Racial and Ethnic Conflict on Campus.
The Fourth R 33(June/July).

Gadlin, H. (1997). UCLA Conflict Mediation Program: Tools for Bridging Diversity.
CAHRO Newsletter(October/November).

Graden, D. T. (1997). Encouraging Values Conducive to Conflict Resolution in the Classroom at University of Idaho.
Martin Institute News 7(1 March).- (go to Vol. 7, No 1 for PDF file)

Griffin, T. (1995). The evolution of the role of ombudsperson on university and college campuses.
Fourth R 55(Feb./Mar.).

Guerra, N. and G. Elliott.(1998). Ombudsing in an educational institution: Use of implicit and explicit power.
Univ. of Texas at San Antonio.

Guerra, N. S. and N. Flinchbaugh.(1993). Expanding the ombuds office: A systems approach to dispute resolution on campus.
UCI Ombudsman: The Journal.
http://www.ombuds.uci.edu/~ombuds/JOURNALS/1993/expanding.html

Hammond, D. P. Interest based bargaining (Problem solving): A brief orientation to the process.
United Faculty of Central Website

Hedeen, T.(1997). Future progress in dispute resolution: Linking practice and academic research.
Pre-publication draft of book chapter.

Heinecken, D. and J. E. Gromko (1999). Conflict Management and University teaching assistants: An action research approach.
Martin Journal of Conflict Resolution.

Hobson-Panico, P., L. Ahuna, et al.(1985). Can ombudsmen influence organization effectiveness through the practice of campus ecology?
Campus Ecologist.Vol 3, No. 4

Holton, S. A.(1999). Cracks in the Ivory Tower: Conflict management in the classroom-and beyond.
TIP-IT Online Newsletter.

Isaac, Amanda D. G. (2002). A Comparison of Perceptions Among Resident Assistants and Professional Residence Life Staff Regarding Conflict Mediation. (in PDF format)
Masters Thesis, Virginia Tech.

Jefferson, M. (1997). Diversity training.
Fourth R 79(Aug./Sept. 1997): 17-19.

Karlson, K. (1991). From a Predominantly White Campus to a Culturally Diverse Campus: Implications for Mediation.
The Fourth R 33(June/July).

Katz, N. (1995). What's In a Name?: Capturing the Essence of Campus Mediation.
The Fourth R 55(Feb/March): 7, 15, 26.

Kemp-Longmore, C. (2000). Conflict Resolution in the Workplace: Special Report.
The Black Collegian Online Second Semester, 2000.
http://www.black-collegian.com/news/special-reports/conflict2000-2nd.shtml

Kleiner, C. (2000) Wanted: Peacemakers.
U.S. News Online from USN&WR's America's Best Graduate Schools 2000

Last, D. (1999). Conflict resolution training opportunities in Canada.
Peace Magazine Jan/Feb Issue

Leal, R. (1995). To be or not to be: Conflict resolution as a discipline.
Fourth R 55(Feb/Mar 1995).

Lenski, T.(1999). Managing Conflict in Higher Education.
Peacing Together Winter 1999 Issue on website.
http://www.lenski.com/peacing9908.htm

Levine, N. Z. (1997). Challenges of Sexual Harassment Mediation on Campus.
The Fourth R 79(Aug/Sept): 19-21.

Lisby, G. (2001). College Student Grade Disputes: Adjudicative vs. Mediative Models of Conflict Resolution.
Paper written for Advanced Alternative Dispute Resolution Course, Spring 2001

Maxwell, J.(1994). Dispute mediation: A training manual.
Kent State University, Center for Applied Conflict Management.

Moberly, R. B.(1998). ADR in the Law School Curriculum: Opportunities and Challenges.
McGregor School of Antioch University- Conflict Resolution Resource Center.

Mollov, B. Intercultural dialogue and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict : Lessons of a student dialogue.
Bar-Ilan University.

Monk, S. C. (1997). Applying Mediation to Higher Education: A Topical Interest Essay.
Univ. of Dayton, personal website.

Morgerman, G. Anatomy of a (Campus) construction mediation.
Construction Mediation, Inc.

Olshak, R. and S. Trageser.(2000). ASJA mediation component gaining strength.
Conflict Management in Higher Education Report.

Palmer, P. J.(1987). Community, Conflict, and Ways of Knowing: Ways to Deepen our Educational Agenda.
Center for Teacher Formation.
http://www.teacherformation.org/html/rr/community-f.cfm

Pernal, M. (1997). A Collaborative Approach to Grievance-Arbitration Resolution at Higher Education Institutions.
CUPA Journal 47(3-4): 27-29.

Peterson, M.(1997). Skills to enhance problem-based learning.
Med-ed online.

Pettigrew, T. F.(1994). Prejudice and discrimination on the college campus.
HEES Review: online edition. Volume 6, No. 1.
http://www.review.org/issues/vol6no1.html

Polkinghorn, B. and R. Chenail.(2000). Current Trends in Graduate ADR Programs: Preliminary Findings.
Conflict Management in Higher Education Report.

Reed, R. P. D.(1997). Strategies for dealing with troublesome behaviors in the classroom.
National Teaching & Learning Forum online.

Richardson, J. P. and A. Hsi (1997). Mediation and alternative dispute resolution in transdisciplinary education.
Teaching Research Division, Western Oregon University, Service Bridges Newsletter 3(1). (scroll down in Newsletter to find this piece)

Rule, C. (1994). Collegiate Mediation Programs: A Critical Review.
The Fourth R 50(April/May): 36-37.

Schneider, A.(1998). Insubordination and intimidation signal the end of decorum in many classrooms.
Chronicle of higher education online edition.

Schweber, C.(1994). The use of technology in conflict resolution
Paper presented at European Conference on Peacemaking and Conflict Resolution, October 1994, San Sebastian. Spain.

Sebok, T. (1994). Lessons from Mediation: An Examination of Disputant Behaviors During Mediation Which Seem to Elicit Either Cooperation or Resistance.
UCI Ombudsman: The Journal 1994.

Smith, P.(1997). A preliminary checklist to support multicultural case analysis.
North Carolina Mediator.

Stobbe, S. (1998).Implementation of Action Evaluation Methodology in a Conflict Studies Course.
Innovations in Evaluation Conference, World Wide Web.

Wagner, M. L. (1996). Apologies.
UCI Ombudsman: The Journal.

Wahrhaftig, P. (1997). Norming, Storming and Forming a Gang Related Model for Conflict Resolution.
Conflict Resolution Notes 15(1-2 September): 8-11.

Wallace, G. (1993). Recent role variations in the ombudsman in education.
UCI Ombudsman: The Journal.
http://www.ombuds.uci.edu/JOURNALS/1993/variations.html

Wallace, G. (1993). Institutional conflict work in democratic societies.
UCI Ombudsman: The Journal.

Warters, B. Historical timeline of major events in higher education dispute resolution.

Warters, B. (1991). Mediation on Campus: A History and Planning Guide.
The Fourth R 45(June/July): 4-5.

Warters, B. (1995). Making the Case for Campus Mediation.
The Fourth R 55(February/March): 1, 9-11.

Warters, B. (1995). Researching Campus Conflict Management Culture(s): A Role for Ombuds?
UCI Ombudsman: The Journal.

Warters, B.(2000). The "Art" of campus mediation.
Conflict Management in Higher Education Report. Vol. 1, no.1, Jan/Feb. 2000.

Warters, B.(2000). Building for the future: Connecting up with high school mediation program alumni.
Conflict Management in Higher Education Report. Vol. 1, no.1, Jan/Feb. 2000.

Warters, B.(2000). New national conflict resolution information initiative launched.
Conflict Management in Higher Education Report. Vol. 1, no.1, Jan/Feb. 2000.

Warters, B.(2000). Profile of the CMHE REPORT's "Early Adopters".
Conflict Management in Higher Education Report. Vol. 1, no.1, Jan/Feb. 2000.

Warters, B., T. Sebok, et al.(2000). Making things right: Restorative justice comes to campuses.
Conflict Management in Higher Education Report. Vol. 1, no.1, Jan/Feb. 2000.

Warters, W. C.(1999). Graduate Studies in Dispute Resolution: A Delphi Study of the Field's Present and Future.
Online Journal of Peace and Conflict Resolution. Issue 2.2, May 1999.

Wheeler, E. J.(1994). Peer Conflicts in the Classroom.
ERIC Digest. Sept, 1994.

Zuniga, X.(1998). Fostering intergroup dialogue on campus: Essential ingredients.
Diversity Digest.