This episode features an interview with Amy Lazarus, Executive Director of the Sustained Dialogue Campus Network. The interview was conducted at the Fourth International Conflict Resolution in Education Summit held in Cleveland Ohio in June of 2011.
This episode features brief interviews with folks working with the Conflict Resolution Education in Teacher Education (CRETE) project. We met at St. Edwards University in Austin March 4-5, 2010. People interviewed include Tricia Jones, Christa Tinari, Clare Salkowski, Loren Weybright, Terri Filbert, Sonya Zumbiel, Pam Lane-Garon, and Carol Lieber-Miller.
This is a recording of the 4th annual Stanley “Hank” Marx Lecture Series In Dispute Resolution held at Wayne State University. Our speaker this year is the new Dean of Wayne State’s Law School and a longtime advocate for alternative dispute resolution, Robert M. Ackerman. The talk was entitled “Astride Two Worlds: Lawyers and Other Professionals in Dispute Resolution” and featured a distinguished panel of respondents: Sheldon G. Larky, Esq, Howard Lischeron, Executive Director, Wayne Mediation Center and Janice Tracht, LMSW, ACSW, BCD. The event occurred on Monday, October 20, 2008 and was one of the ways that Wayne State University and it’s Master of Arts in Dispute Resolution program celebrated Conflict Resolution Day.
This episode focuses on the 2008 Summer Doctoral Seminar hosted by Wayne State University’s Department of Communication. The theme was “Communication Activism: Engaged Scholarship” and it featured guest scholar Dr. Larry Frey from the University of Colorado. We get to hear from some of the student participants and listen in on an engaging discussion that took place after students returned from a activists’ tour of Detroit. Interviewed participants include Audrey Wagstaff, Brian Ekdale, Janet Donoghue, Karen Greiner, Nadine Yehya, Sarah McGhee and Teemu Kauppi.
In this episode we hear highlights from the ACR Education Section conference Sustaining Conflict Resolution Education: Building Bridges to the Future held March 9-11, 2008 in Fairfax, Virginia on the campus of George Mason University. Speakers include Larry Dieringer, Executive Director, Educators for Social Responsibility and Associate Professor Susan Hirsch from the Institute for Conflict Analysis and Resolution at George Mason. We also hear from Peer Mediation Partners undergraduate interns Rebecca Newman, Roxanne Libby, William Still and Jared Schmidt who describe their work going into middle schools and high schools in their region to support peer mediation across the educational spectrum.