Course Schedules

Course Schedules

ADAPTIVE NEGOTIATION & CONFLICT RESOLUTION

ORLJ 5340 * 3 credits or noncredit

This practicum provides experience in developing basic collaborative negotiation and mediation skills for interpersonal conflict in a variety of contexts.

SECTION 001 (CRN: 30863)   Instructors: Alice Haller, JD & Robert Anderson, EdD

Dates: Sept. 13-15 & 27-29   Times: Fridays 4-8pm, Saturdays & Sundays 9am-5pm

SECTION 002 (CRN: 30864)  Instructors: Clymer Bardsley, JD & Jenny Besch, MA

Dates: Sept.  20-22 & Oct. 4-6  Times: Fridays 4-8pm, Saturdays & Sundays 9am-5pm

SECTION 003 (CRN: 32128)   Instructors: Clymer Bardsley, JD & Jenny Besch, MA

Dates: Oct. 31, Nov. 1, 3 & Nov. 14, 15, 17  Times: Thursdays 4-8pm, Fridays 9am-4pm & Sundays 9am-5pm

 

EFFECTIVE MEDIATION: STANDARD & ADAPTIVE PRACTICES

ORLJ 5341 * 3 credits or noncredit

Students will learn the conditions when mediation is most effective, appropriate and feasible; identify basic differences in the task versus relationship nature of the cases presented; and employ strategies that are fitting and conducive to mediation.

SECTION 001 (CRN: 31812)  Instructors: Bodi Regan, JD & Michele Riley, JD

Dates: Oct. 25-27 & Nov. 8-10  Times: Fridays 4-8pm, Saturdays & Sundays 9am-5pm

 

FUNDAMENTALS OF COOPERATION & CONFLICT RESOLUTION

ORLJ 6040 * 3 credits or noncredit

This course is an advanced seminar on the theoretical foundations of conflict resolution based on current and previous social psychology research.

SECTION 001 (CRN: 30865)     Instructor: Roi Ben-Yehuda

 

HEALING & RECONCILING RELATIONSHIPS IN CONFLICT

ORLJ 4804 * 1 credit or noncredit

This course examines the role that unaddressed and unhealed emotional trauma plays in creating and maintaining conflict.

SECTION 001 (CRN: 31733)  Instructor: Donna Hicks, PhD

Dates: Oct. 18-20  Times: Friday 4-8pm, Saturday 9am-5pm & Sunday 9am-3pm

 

CONSTRUCTIVE MULTICULTURAL ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

ORLJ 4331 * 1 credit or noncredit

This course explores why deeply embedded, institutionalized forms of bias and discrimination resist change and how destructive and constructive patterns for multicultural relations shape organizations.

SECTION 001 (CRN: 32154)  Instructor: Allegra Chen-Carrel

Dates: Oct. 11-13  Times: Friday 4-8pm, Saturday & Sunday 9am-3pm

 

ORGANIZATIONAL INTERNSHIP

ORLJ 5012 * 3 credits or noncredit

SECTION 001 (CRN: 50065)  Instructor: Robert Anderson, EdD

Dates & Times by arrangement

 

 

ADAPTIVE NEGOTIATION & CONFLICT RESOLUTION

ORLJ 5340 * 3 credits or noncredit

This practicum provides experience in developing basic collaborative negotiation and mediation skills for interpersonal conflict in a variety of contexts.

SECTION 001 (CRN: 50087)   Instructors: Robert Anderson, EdD & Michele S. Riley, JD

Dates: January 24-26 & February 7-9  Times: Fridays 4-8pm, Saturdays & Sundays 9am-5pm

SECTION 002 (CRN: 50138)  Instructors: Clymer Bardsley, JD & Alice Haller, JD

Dates: January 31- February 2 & February 14-16 Times: Fridays 4-8pm, Saturdays & Sundays 9am-5pm

SECTION 003 (CRN: 52006)   Instructors: Michele S. Riley, JD & Dilshad Dayani, EdD

Dates: February 20, 21, 23  & March 5, 6, 8  Times: Thursdays 4-8pm, Fridays 9am-4pm & Sundays 9am-5pm

 

EFFECTIVE MEDIATION: STANDARD & ADAPTIVE PRACTICES

ORLJ 5341 * 3 credits or noncredit

Students will learn the conditions when mediation is most effective, appropriate and feasible; identify basic differences in the task versus relationship nature of the cases presented; and employ strategies that are fitting and conducive to mediation.

SECTION 001 (CRN: 51746)  Instructors: Bodi M. Regan, JD & Jenny Besch, MA

Dates: February 21-23 & March 6-8  Times: Fridays 4-8pm, Saturdays & Sundays 9am-5pm

 

FUNDAMENTALS OF COOPERATION & CONFLICT RESOLUTION

ORLJ 6040 * 3 credits or noncredit

This course is an advanced seminar on the theoretical foundations of conflict resolution based on current and previous social psychology research.

SECTION 001 (CRN: 50810)     Instructor: Roi Ben-Yehuda

 Dates: January 22 - May 6  Times: Wednesdays 5:10-6:50pm 

 

CONFLCIT RESOLUTION: ADVANCED METHODS FOR IDENTITY & INTERGROUP CONFLICT

ORLJ 6350 * 3 credits or noncredit

This applied course explores some of the theories and intervention skills needed when conflicts of interest are compounded by complexity and perceived and/or real social identity issues. Prerequisite: ORLJ 5340

SECTION 001 (CRN: )  Instructors: Robert Anderson, EdD & Hakim Williams, EdD

Dates: April 3-5 & May 1-3  Times: Fridays 4-8pm, Saturdays & Sundays 9am-5pm

 

CONFLICT & COMPLEXITY

ORLJ 4800 * 3 credits or noncredit

This course offers a dynamical systems approach to addressing protracted conflict. 

SECTION 001 (CRN: 51399)  Instructor: Camilo Azcarate, PhD

Dates: February 22-23 & March 7-8  Times: Saturdays & Sundays 9am-5pm 

 

 

HEALING & RECONCILING RELATIONSHIPS IN CONFLICT

ORLJ 4804 * 1 credit or noncredit

This course examines the role that unaddressed and unhealed emotional trauma plays in creating and maintaining conflict.

SECTION 001 (CRN: 51529)  Instructor: Donna Hicks, PhD

Dates: April 17-19  Times: Friday 4-8pm, Saturday 9am-5pm & Sunday 9am-3pm

 

CONSTRUCTIVE MULTICULTURAL ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT

ORLJ 4331 * 1 credit or noncredit

This course explores why deeply embedded, institutionalized forms of bias and discrimination resist change and how destructive and constructive patterns for multicultural relations shape organizations.

SECTION 001 (CRN:)  Instructor: TBD

Dates: TBD  Times: Friday 4-8pm, Saturday & Sunday 9am-3pm

 

ORGANIZATIONAL INTERNSHIP

ORLJ 5012 * 3 credits or noncredit

Students will intern with an organization and reflect on their experiential learning in the context of their other Cooperation & Conflict Resolution Certificate coursework. 

SECTION 001 (CRN: 50065)  Instructor: Robert Anderson, EdD

Dates & Times by arrangement

  

ADAPTIVE NEGOTIATION & CONFLICT RESOLUTION

ORLJ 5340 * 3 credits or noncredit

This practicum provides experience in developing basic collaborative negotation and mediation skills for interpersonal conflict in a variety of contexts. 

SECTION 001 (CRN: 21924)  Instructors: Michele S. Riley, JD & Jenny Besch, MA

Dates: June 12-14 & 26-28  Times: Fridays 4-8pm, Saturdays & Sundays 9am-5pm 

 

EFFECTIVE MEDIATION: STANDARD & ADAPTIVE PRACTICES

ORLJ 5341 * 3 credits or noncredit

Students will learn the conditions when mediation is most effective, appropriate and feasible; identify basic difference in the task versus relationship nature of the cases presented; and employ strategies that are fitting and conductive to mediation. 

SECTION 001 (CRN: 21960)  Instructors: Bodi M. Regan, JD & Clymer Bardsley, JD

Dates: July 10-12 & 24-26  Times: Fridays 4-8pm, Saturdays & Sundays 9am-5pm 

 

ORGANIZATIONAL INTERNSHIP

ORLJ 5012 * 3 credits or noncredit

Students will intern with an organization and reflect on their experiential learning in the context of their other Cooperation & Conflict Resolution Certificate coursework. 

SECTION 001 (CRN: 50065)  Instructor: Robert Anderson, EdD

Dates & Times by arrangement

 

 

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