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International Center for Cooperation and Conflict Resolution (ICCCR)

2022 Sessions

June 24, 2022 - December 23, 2022

ICCCR - 2022 Program Non-Credit Schedule

The International Center for Cooperation and Conflict Resolution (ICCCR) develops and provides state-of-the-art instruction, training, and professional development for scholars/practitioners by exploring new content and pedagogical approaches for training and instruction in conflict resolution, cooperation, and social justice.  We will strive to become a magnet for diverse and excellent graduate level students from around the globe.  Developing sensitivity to cultural differences at the interface of theory, research, and practice is paramount. 

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Please contact us at icccr@tc.columbia.edu or (212) 678-3402 to register for the below non-credit courses.

 

ICCCR - Fall 2022 Program Non-Credit Schedules

ORLJ 5340.001: Adaptive Negotiation & Conflict Resolution
An experiential course designed to promote negotiation understanding and adaptivity across negotiation situations. Students will have the opportunity to develop more self-awareness and basic collaborative negotiation skills with supervised practice.
Section 001 (CRN: 39520)
Instructors: Michele S. Riley, JD & Dilshad Dayani, EdD
Dates: September 9-11 & 23-25
Times: Fridays 4-8pm, Saturdays & Sundays 9am-5pm

ORLJ 5340.002: Adaptive Negotiation & Conflict Resolution
An experiential course designed to promote negotiation understanding and adaptivity across negotiation situations. Students will have the opportunity to develop more self-awareness and basic collaborative negotiation skills with supervised practice.
Section 002 (CRN: 39521)
Instructors: Dilshad Dayani, EdD & Allegra Chen-Carrel, MA
Dates: September 15, 16, 18 & 29, 30, October 2
Times: Thursdays 4-8pm, Fridays 9am-4pm & Sundays 9am-5pm

ORLJ 5340.003: Adaptive Negotiation & Conflict Resolution
An experiential course designed to promote negotiation understanding and adaptivity across negotiation situations. Students will have the opportunity to develop more self-awareness and basic collaborative negotiation skills with supervised practice.
Section 003 (CRN: 39522)
Instructors: Clymer Bardsley, JD & Jenny Besch, MA
Dates: October 14-16 & 28-30
Times: Fridays 4-8pm, Saturdays & Sundays 9am-5pm

ORLJ 5341: Effective Mediation: Standard & Adaptive Practices
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: 39523)
Instructors: Bodi Regan, JD & Michele Riley, JD
Dates: October 14-16 & 28-30
Times: Fridays 4-8pm, Saturdays & Sundays 9am-5pm

ORLJ 6040: Fundamentals of Cooperation & Conflict Resolution
This course is an advanced seminar on the theoretical foundations of conflict resolution based on current and previous social psychology research.
Section 001 (CRN: 38341)
Instructor: Peter Coleman, PhD
Dates: September 6 - December 23
Times: Wednesdays 5:10pm-6.50pm

ORLJ 4804: Healing & Reconciling Relationships In Conflict
This course examines the role that unaddressed and unhe.aled emotional trauma plays in creating and maintaining conflict and as an obstacle to reconciliation.
Section 001 (CRN: 39525)
Instructor: Donna Hicks, PhD
Dates: October 21-23
Times: Friday 4:30- 8pm, Saturday 9am-5pm & Sunday 9am- 3pm

ORLJ 4331: Constructive Multicultural Organizational Development
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: 39524)
Instructor: Allegra Chen-Carrel, MA
Dates:November 4-6
Times: Friday 4-8pm, Saturday & Sunday 9am-5pm

ORLJ 5012: Organizational Internship
This course is designed to provide meaningful, real-world practical experience in an organizational setting where they can apply academic theory from the field of conflict resolution (human rights,majority relations, mediation, peacemaking, social justice, and others).
Section 001 (CRN: 37701)
Instructor: Robert Anderson, EdD
Dates/Times: Dates & Times by arrangement