Conflict is all around us — on the news, in our communities, and yes, in the workplace. So you can imagine how helpful it would be to understand how to create peace and resolve conflict.
When Nicole LaFlamme learned about mediation as a career choice, she knew she wanted to work with families. When her parents divorced during her childhood, they co-parented extremely well.
Michele Gregory oversees 500 cases as a Spanish-speaking Medicaid case worker. In UNC Greensboro’s online MA in Peace and Conflict Studies (PCS) program, she’s gaining not only knowledge that will help her on the job and beyond, but also an understanding of the families she serves.
War, peace, and human nature. The burden of democracy. Identity, rights, and awareness.
These are just a few of the topics explored in books written by faculty in UNC Greensboro’s Department of Peace and Conflict Studies.
UNC Greensboro’s Douglas P. Fry discusses partnership societies, gender equality, and a host of other topics on a recent episode of the Peacebuilding Podcast.
People face challenges in many areas of their lives, whether at work, at school, or in their communities. Learn the approaches and skills needed to find peaceful resolutions that build supportive communities and help bring justice for everyone involved.
When Neukisha Motsinger came across the online Bachelor of Arts in Peace and Conflict Studies (PACS) at UNCG, she wasn’t looking for a second degree.