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Dawn Taubin, Former Warner Bros. Head Of Marketing, Joins Dodge College Faculty, Chapman University Media Relations Jul 2011

Dawn Taubin, Former Warner Bros. Head Of Marketing, Joins Dodge College Faculty, Chapman University Media Relations

Chapman Press Releases 2003-2011

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Chapman University To Honor Joplin Tornado Victim Will Norton, Chapman University Media Relations May 2011

Chapman University To Honor Joplin Tornado Victim Will Norton, Chapman University Media Relations

Chapman Press Releases 2003-2011

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Music And Physics Meet In "Einstein's Universe," Feb 28-March 3, Chapman University Media Relations Feb 2011

Music And Physics Meet In "Einstein's Universe," Feb 28-March 3, Chapman University Media Relations

Chapman Press Releases 2003-2011

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The Interrelationships Among Culture, Communication, And Conflict In A Newly Formed Doctoral Program, Julie Brockman, Joel A. Colbert, Michael Hass Jan 2011

The Interrelationships Among Culture, Communication, And Conflict In A Newly Formed Doctoral Program, Julie Brockman, Joel A. Colbert, Michael Hass

Education Faculty Articles and Research

The purpose of the Setting Expectations and Conflict Resolution project was to provide faculty and doctoral students with a professional development program that addressed conflict resolution using an interest-based approach. The program included two days of training focusing on setting expectations, exploring sources of conflict, and designing interventions to address conflict as it occurs. At the end of each day, participants were given a questionnaire to evaluate the usefulness of the training and its impact on their attitudes toward conflict. Focus groups were also held to assess the impact of the program. Preliminary results indicate that the program met or ...