Negotiation and Conflict Resolution News
Columbia University convened scholars and practitioners from a variety of disciplines to discuss conflict resolution and the promise of peace.
The director of the M.S. in Negotiation and Conflict Resolution offers advice for avoiding, receiving, and protecting oneself against negative feedback.
In Fortune, the Negotiation and Conflict Resolution director says that it’s not a “balance,” it’s a juggling act.
A recent article recounts the groundbreaking work of Negotiation and Conflict Resolution faculty members and advisors Peter Coleman, Beth Fisher-Yoshida, Naira Musallam, and AC4.
The author of The 2-Hour Job Search shared his strategies for organizing and prioritizing one’s list of prospective employers.
Joshua Fisher of the Negotiation and Conflict Resolution program and other professors headed into the field to explore environmental, economic, and cultural rights issues in the region.
Interested in projects with global impact, this NECR alumna leveraged her experience as a reporter to help advance the mission of a global nonprofit organization.
The Negotiation and Conflict Resolution master’s program director suggests how readers can center ourselves in order to improve our professional and personal lives.
AC4-Columbia University and Colombia Somos Todos announced a strategic alliance to amplify the efforts of “We Are All Colombia.”
The Negotiation and Conflict Resolution program director discusses why we crave affirmation, how to reflect upon the kind of acceptance we want, and why we must acknowledge value in others.