This week, a cohort of talented students passionate about dispute resolution began their studies at the Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution
Professor Thomas J. Stipanowich is featured in the article "ADR Academic: Thomas Stipanowich works at different levels to find ways of moving settlements forward."
Edwin Weaver, who is pursuing a Master in Dispute Resolution (MDR) degree at the Straus Institute, was recognized for his groundbreaking work uplifting foster youth in Santa Barbara County by ACEsConnection, an online social platform for practitioners implementing trauma-informed and resilience-building practices for youth.
On December 7, distinguished mediators Bruce Edwards and Nina Meierding led a masterclass on effective mediation advocacy for an audience of over 100 students, alumni, and professionals in the Straus community.
On Friday, December 11, the Straus Institute hosted Young Voices in Divided Times, an inaugural summit aimed at equipping high school students, educators and administrators with conflict resolution skills.
The Straus Institute has released the 2020 issue of Inside Straus, the magazine that features top stories from the year.
Professor Thomas Stipanowich Publishes Chapter, "Synchronicity, Paradox, and Personal Evolution," in Evolution of a Field: Personal Histories in Conflict Resolution
Professor Thomas J. Stipanowich's book chapter, "Synchronicity, Paradox, and Personal Evolution," has been published in Evolution of a Field: Personal Histories in Conflict Resolution.
On December 6, Professor Sukhsimranjit Singh facilitated a virtual Community Meeting for the City of Beverly Hills, as it shared its Complete Streets Plan with residents and stakeholders.
The Straus Institute will host an inspiring event, Young Voices in Divided Times, this Friday at 9:00 am to highlight the role of new leaders in the field of dispute resolution.