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  • Ph.D. Candidate, Vittorio Indovina, recounts positive outcomes of COVID-19 in his hometown, Bergamo, Italy

    Finding Solidarity Amongst Severity in Bergamo, Italy

    Ph.D. Candidate, Vittorio Indovina, shares stories from family and friends from his hometown of Bergamo, Italy, one of the hardest hit cities in the world from the Coronavirus.

  • Conflict Management professionals use their skills during Covid-19 pandemic

    CV-19 Crisis Brings Heightened Need for Community-based Conflict Resolution

    Crisis breeds conflict. The stress of economic uncertainty and dislocation caused by CV-19 are only outpaced by the anxiety many feel for the safety of their loved ones. In these difficult times, Conflict Management specialists are increasingly called upon to assist in both formal and informal ways. Our alumni have been reaching out to describe the ways their Conflict Management degrees have been put to use in this crisis.

  • SCMPD hosted its first virtual dissertation defense for a Ph.D. Candidate

    Nearly 30 people in attendance for SCMPD's first virtual dissertation defense

    SCMPD hosted its first virtual dissertation defense for a Ph.D. Candidate

  • Author Discussion: New Textbooks in Conflict Management

    Authors Discuss Conflict Management Textbooks and Offer Advice on Tenure, Publishing, and Time Management

    Susan Raines, Maia Hallward, Charity Butcher discuss their new textbooks in Conflict Management discuss conflict management textbooks and offer advice on tenure, publishing, and time management.

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    "Where is the Love?": Cultivating Civility in the Campus Environment

    Ph.D. students in International Conflict Management Attend Workshop on Civility

  • Panelists discuss anxiety awareness and coping strategies

    Anxiety awareness film panel features Center for Conflict Management Research Scholar

    Jan. 23, 2020 - Dr. Allison Garefino, Research Scholar and Director of the Children and Family Programs in the Center for Conflict Management, was invited to serve on a panel discussion following the viewing of the documentary Angst.

  • New Conflict Management Books

    New Conflict Management Textbooks from KSU Faculty Released

    Dec. 17, 2019 - Two great textbook releases from Kennesaw State faculty, perfect for courses in conflict management across disciplines.

  • Carter Center Roud Table

    Peace and conflict experts invited to half-day roundtable discussion at the Carter Center

    Dec. 2, 2019 - Dr. Joseph Bock and Jean-Marc Akakpo were invited by the Carter Center to participate at the half-day roundtable expert conversation on Health and Peace in Mali on November 25.

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    Helping to prove behavioral interventions can reduce need for ADHD medications

    Nov. 8, 2019 - Dr. Allison Garefino, Clinical Director of Kennesaw State University Children and Family Programs (CFP) in the School of Conflict Management, Peacebuilding and Development published a new research article "Randomized Trial of First-Line Behavioral Intervention to Reduce Need for Medication in Children with ADHD" in the Journal of Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology.

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    Dr. Debarati Sen receives honorable mention: Michelle Z. Rosaldo Prize

    Nov. 8, 2019 - Dr. Debarati Sen receives honorable mention: Michelle Z. Rosaldo Prize for her 2017 book, Everyday Sustainability: Gender Justice and Fair Trade in Darjeeling (SUNY Press).

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