The Conflict and Resolution Studies Program offers both a Minor and a Concentration which provide interdisciplinary and international perspectives on the causes of conflict and the possibilities of resolution. Courses in the program offer theoretical insights into the causes of conflict-some positive and creative but far too many tragically destructive. The program courses embrace the study of interpersonal, intergroup, and societal conflicts in different cultures across the world. Exploration of resolution strategies, ethical and social justice issues, and leadership qualities are features of the program. The minor provides interested students with the opportunity to explore the area of Conflict and Resolution in greater depth than the concentration.
Conflict & Resolution Studies
Conflict & Resolution Studies Snapshot
Beyond the Classroom
Students have a wide array of opportunities for research, internships, conferences, and networking beyond the classroom that gives them the advantage to prepare for life after W&J.
Conflict & Resolution Studies Faculty
Associate Professor of Communication Arts; Associate Dean of Academic Affairs
Associate Professor of Business
Business Administration, Conflict & Resolution Studies, Finance, Human Resource Management, International Business Administration, Marketing, Business Administration, Human Resource Management, Finance, Entrepreneurship, Marketing, Business Administration, Entrepreneurship, Marketing, Business Administration, Finance, Entrepreneurship, Finance, Entrepreneurship
Professor of Chemistry
Assistant Professor and Chair of Public Service and Community Studies
Associate Professor and Director of Religious Studies; Interfaith Leadership Studies Coordinator; Social Justice Studies Co-Coordinator