CSDR-LL.M. E-newsletter Archives

Vol. 1, Issue 21 - February 23, 2001

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CSDR / LL.M. PROGRAM NEWS

LYNN MALLEY, LL.M. STUDENT, WILL BE PRESENTING AT THE SECOND BIENNIAL HEARTLAND MEDIATORS CONFERENCE:
"2001: A Peace Odyssey -- Taking Root Branching Out Growing Together The conference is April 5-7, 2001 in Nebraska City. Lynn's topic will be about Difficult Conversations and Identity-Based Conflict. Lynn will be driving and would be happy to have others drive to the conference with her. If you are interested in driving with her, please contact Lynn.

CONFERENCES / RESOURCES / CONTESTS

9th ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON CONFLICT RESOLUTION
"Sharing Tools for Personal/Global Harmony" May 10 - 20, 2001 St. Petersburg, Russia (Formal conference program May 11-16) The multi-disciplinary/multi-cultural conference is sponsored by Common Bond Institute (USA) & Harmony Institute (Russia), in cooperation with the Association for Humanistic Psychology. This conference is endorsed by over 60 organizations and universities internationally. It focuses on all aspects of conflict resolution and transformation, from the intrapersonal - to the interpersonal - to relationships between groups, organizations, cultures, and societies. For information, proposal, and registration forms, contact the Common Bond Institute, Steve Olweean or Sandra Friedman, Co-coordinators 12170 S. Pine Ayr Drive, Climax, Michigan 49034 Ph/Fax: 616-665-9393, E-mail: solweean@aol.com. Full details are available at ahpweb.org/cbi/icr.html

JOB/FELLOWSHIP ANNOUNCEMENTS

NAFCM INTERN SEARCH EXTENDED
The National Association for Community Mediation (NAFCM) announces that it is extending the deadline for internship applications for the Spring/Summer position until February 25. A computer crash deleted all applications that had been e-mailed to them. They are asking applicants who e-mailed their CV and letter of interest and all those who have passed the information on to others to do so again. They are still expecting to contact candidates selected for an interview in a timely manner. Please e-mail Craig Coletta, NAFCM Coordinator, at ccoletta@nafcm.org

ADJUNCT FACULTY NEEDED FOR SUMMER GRADUATE COURSES IN ISRAEL
Clark University, College of Professional and Continuing Education is seeking adjunct faculty for summer graduate courses taught in Israel (June 17-August 10, 2001) in Professional Communication & Public Administration programs. Hebrew language skills are not required; travel and living expense allowance included. Students are international adult learners with good English skills. Courses to be taught are "Negotiation, Mediation & Conflict Management", "Change Management" & "Organizational Behavior and Leadership". Master's degree is required, earned Ph.D. preferred. Please contact Laura Val at (508)793-8865. Please send resume at: Clark University/COPACE, 950 Main St., Worcester, MA 01610 or fax at: (508) 793-7232, Attn: Laura Val or e-mail: lval@clarku.edu