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Moving from Conflict to Collaboration (Half-Day Responsible Conduct of Research Workshop)

Conflict is inevitable in the world. It permeates the boundaries of our professional and personal domains and is a natural part of these relationships. Being equipped with the skills to engage in conflict, along with the awareness of when to focus on applying these skills, is the key to fostering the beneficial outcomes that can result.

This seminar provides the opportunity to focus on conflicts relevant to the collaborative research relationships researchers experience and seeks to provide participants with the understanding of how to employ the appropriate skills as conflict starts to influence the interpersonal relationships we rely on for success in research endeavors.

Moving from Conflict to Collaboration

Aug. 17  | 12:30 - 4:30 p.m.

North End Center 2470

In-Person Only

Speakers

Bryan Hanson portrait.

Bryan Hanson, Ed.D.

Certified Organizational Ombudsman Practitioner - Ombudsperson

Henry Yampolsky portrait.

Henry Yampolsky, J.D.

Assistant Director for Education, Outreach, and Conflict
Resolution