Webinar: Pandemic Pedagogy: Improving Online-Transitioned Negotiation and Conflict Resolution Education
Attend a webinar session to explore how joining Columbia University’s Master of Science in Negotiation and Conflict Resolution program could be the right career move for you. Can't make it? Contact an admissions counselor.
In this webinar, Noam Ebner will discuss negotiation and conflict resolution education in the era of COVID-19. After noting current teaching trends in courses that have transitioned online, Noam will make suggestions for making incremental improvements to enhance students’ learning as well as students and teachers’ overall experience.
Conflict resolution skills are essential for forging and stewarding successful relationships between people, communities, and organizations. Columbia University’s Master of Science in Negotiation and Conflict Resolution prepares students to analyze the root causes and dynamics of conflict and to transform disputes through reasoned and resourceful interventions. With courses led by some of the world’s premier scholar-practitioners in negotiation and conflict resolution, the program focuses on developing self-awareness, tenacity, and interpersonal competency; building common ground; opening lines of communication; ensuring representation and recognition; and building sustainable possibilities for resolution. Flexible program options meet the needs of young and mid-career professionals as well as career-changing professionals.