Negotiation and Conflict Resolution News

6 Tips on Applying to Graduate School

Thinking of applying to graduate school? Keep these tips in mind while assembling your application.

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Negotiation and Conflict Resolution Graduate Program Holds Panel on Ombudspeople

Negotiation and Conflict Resolution students heard from leading practitioners about careers as ombuds officers.

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6 Tips For Your Next Informational Interview

Career coach Barbara McGloin offers six tips on how to ace your next informational interview.

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Negotiation and Conflict Resolution Panel: Youth and Community Builders in Peacebuilding

The Negotiation and Conflict Resolution graduate program held a panel bringing together students and alumni to discuss the role of youth in building peace.

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Aldo Civico on Conflict Resolution Strategies for Businesses

Professor Aldo Civico shares his conflict-resolution strategies in an interview with Inc. 

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Negotiation and Conflict Resolution Alumnae on How to Resolve Conflict in Family Businesses

Two Negotiation and Conflict Resolution alumnae devised an action plan for minimizing conflict with family in the workplace. 

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Beth Fisher-Yoshida On How To Prepare for Negotiation

In Psychology Today, Dr. Fisher-Yoshida shares eight best practices for preparing for negotiation.

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Connecting Business and Academia in the Hub of Miami

The dean of the School of Professional Studies will meet with Columbia alumni in Miami this week.

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Thinking Globally: Conflict Resolution Students Apply Their Knowledge in International Fieldwork Course

Four students headed to Uganda to conduct research on conflict resolution and to collaborate with a local NGO.

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Catherine Muse Brings Conflict Resolution to Higher Education at the University of Georgia

As a community liaison, this Negotiation and Conflict Resolution alumna helps simplify access to higher education resources in the state of Georgia.

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