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  • Susan Raines

    Radow College of Humanities and Social Sciences faculty member named to international review panel

    Susan Raines, associate director of Kennesaw State’s School of Conflict Management, Peacebuilding and Development, was

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    Led by anthropology professor Brandon D. Lundy, journal receives first impact factor

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    Kennesaw State students work hands-on to augment State Department peacekeeping operations

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    RCHSS Announces 2021 Outstanding Students

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    Uniting Forces for a Cause

    Cobb Collaborative and Children and Family Programs work together on community-wide initiatives with large grant

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    KSU professor promotes resolving conflict with sustainable solutions

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    Thought Provoking Podcast: Sustainable Peacebuilding

  • Workplace Buzzwords: Conflict management and diversity and inclusion

    Workplace Buzzwords: Conflict management and the need for diversity and inclusion

    As part of Master of Science in Conflict Management’s 16-month degree program, students may select courses in peacebuilding, nonviolence, organizational leadership, interpersonal/intergroup conflict, and diversity and inclusion. The course on diversity and inclusion gives students a firm foundation to reflect on their bias, and understand how to apply their conflict management skills to promote social justice by addressing conflicts involving diversity and inclusion.

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    Team of mediators diffusing political violence across U.S.

    Original article on The Conversation

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    RCHSS Dean Shawn Long remembered for commitment to students, scholarship

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