Info session: Tuesday, 1 September, 4:00 p.m., 447 TNRB (Eccles Room)
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• Real-World Experience: 6–9 Hours/week
• Great Companies: Big, small and non-profit
• Great Rewards: Resume builder and 3 class credit hours.
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STDEV 364 (3 credits) T/Th 1:00-2:15
Learn more about conflict resolution through mediation. Whether you are interested in international or domestic conflict, training in mediation can provide important skills that will help you in your personal, academic, and professional life. The class is highly interactive and includes numerous simulations that provide students the opportunity to not only learn but to apply mediation skills. Students who successfully complete the course will:
- Know and apply the phases of the basic mediation process
- Know how to prepare for a mediation session and be able to present the essential elements of a mediator’s opening statement
- Be able to identify issues and interests of the parties and set an agenda for the mediation session
- Be able to skillfully conduct a mediation conference with joint and private meetings, allowing the disputing parties uninterrupted time for expressing viewpoints and interactive time to effectively exchange information, arguments, and offers of settlement
- Be able to assist the parties in building and writing an agreement and to properly close the mediation session
- Understand the basic rules of behavior for the parties in a mediation session and the common ethical practices of mediators
Kazuo Takamatsu, a former member of the Japanese Diet (House of Representatives), will lecture on “Current Issues in Japanese Politics” (Japanese w/o translation) on Thursday, 9 April at 10:00 a.m. in 238 HRCB.
On Friday, 10 April at noon in 745 SWKT, he will present teh same lecture in Japanese but with translation.
Both of these lectures will address Japan’s relations with China and North Korea, Abenomics and Japan’s debt problem, declining birth rates in Japan, and the reasons for the Liberal Democratic Party’s long rule in Japan and its landslide victory Read More…
Amy Buono is the Latin American studies guest for this lecture on Thursday, 9 April at 11:00 a.m. in the HBLL auditorium.
Buono teaches in the Department of Art History and Theory in the Art Institute of the Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro, specializing in transatlantic visual culture.
Her publications encompass topics as diverse as the ritual performance of featherwork, the epistemology of medicinal recipe books, the art of natural history, and theories of collecting.
Three threads connect her broader research agenda: an interest in the institutional histories of art; an understanding of the technologies of production as crucial to art’s social efficacy; and a commitment to tracing the rhetorical deployment of art objects.
Co-sponsored by Latin American Studies and the Department of Comparative Arts and Letters.
Michael J. Gerson, senior advisor for ONE and a Washington Post columnist, will present this lecture on Wednesday, 8 April at noon in the HBLL auditorium.
Gerson writes about politics, global health and development, religion, and foreign policy in a bi-weekly column for the Washington Post and in nearly one hundred other newspapers. He is coauthor of City of Man: Religion and Politics in a New Era (2010) and aut Read More…