Roni Lipton Memorial Lecture Nov 7 – join us!

On behalf of Conflict Resolution, Human Security, and Global Governance, UMass Boston



Invitation to Roni Lipton Memorial Lecture focusing on self care (Nov 7)Come to campus or on zoom: Explore what fuels our frazzled culture & practices to build a calm & creative presence as we honor former Associate Director Roni Lipton. Lecture Self-Care is Client-Care: Nourishing the Conflict Resolution Professional featuring Amy Rebecca Gay, PhD, PCC who works to cultivate honest, authentic, collaborative business relationships. RSVP Now




Seeking: tenure-track assistant professor. We are hiring a scholar/practitioner who can contribute to and strengthen the conflict resolution graduate programs. Qualified applicants will have focus on conflict at the community, organizational, or national (US domestic) level. Apply Now




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