ENVSTY210-01C Second-Year Seminar: Conflict and Resolution (SEM) (with Alan D Christian)
Environmental problem solving involves stakeholder interactions in which conflict can arise and must be resolved in order to provide a solution. In this seminar, students will be introduced to the basic understanding of conflict and a working knowledge of the three major forms of dispute resolution - negotiation, mediation, and arbitration that are needed in adaptive management and stakeholder negations associated environmental problems. This course will prepare students for upper-level conflict resolution courses. Coursework will include readings, written reflective exercises with peer-review feedback, and role-playing activities. This course is designed forvertical alignment and cohort developing in the environmental studies and sustainability major.
Special Schedule: In-person meeting dates (9:00-11:50a): FEB-9, APR-27
Registration for Spring 2019 is closed.