Conflict Resolution Programs in Higher Education

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Many colleges and universities in the United States offer Conflict Resolution Programs committed to peace using dialogue-based methods to manage and resolve conflict. The programs focus on both training and research on topics such as building common ground, establishing dialogue, applying practical skills, ensuring representation and recognition, and forging relationships. WOVEN has compiled and continually updates the following list of colleges and universities who offer a program

Conflict Resolution Programs

Arkansas

University of Arkansas at Little Rock- Little Rock, Arkansas

California

California State University Dominguez Hills- Carson, California
Chapman University- Orange, California 
University of California: Berkeley- Berkeley, California

Colorado

Naropa University- Boulder, Colorado
Regis University- Denver, Colorado

Florida

Embry-Riddle Aeronautical- Daytona Beach, Florida

Georgia

Kennesaw State University- Kennesaw, Georgia
Life University- Marietta, Georgia

Illinois

DePaul University- Chicago, Illinois

Indiana

Butler University- Indianapolis, Indiana
DePauw University- Greencastle, Indiana
Earlham College- Richmond, Indiana
Goshen College- Goshen, Indiana
Manchester University- North Manchester, Indiana

Kansas

Bethel University- North Newton, Kansas 

Kentucky

Berea College- Berea, Kentucky
Sullivan University- Louisville, Kentucky
University of Louisville– Louisville, Kentucky

Maine

College of the Atlantic- Bar Harbor, Maine 

Maryland

Goucher College- Baltimore, Maryland
Salisbury University- Salisbury, Maryland

Massachusetts

Hampshire College- Amherst, Massachusetts
Tufts University- Middlesex County, Massachusetts
University of Massachusetts- Boston, Massachusetts
Wellesley College- Wellesley, Massachusetts

Minnesota

College of St. Scholastica- Duluth, Minnesota
College of St. Benedict-  St. Joseph, Minnesota
Hamline University- Saint Paul, Minnesota 
University of St. Thomas- St. Paul and Minneapolis, Minnesota

Missouri

University of Missouri- Columbia, Missouri

Montana

Eastern Mennonite University- Harrisonburg, Montana

Nebraska

Creighton University- Omaha, Nebraska

New York

Colgate University- Madison Country, New York
Columbia University- New York City, New York
Cornell University- Ithaca, New York 
Hilbert College- Hamburg, New York
Manhattan College (peace studies)- Riverdale, New York
Nazareth College- Rochester, New York
Nyack College- New York, New York
Pace University (peace studies)- New York City, New York
Siena College- Loudonville, New York
St. John’s University- Queens, New York

North Carolina

Guilford College- Greensboro, North Carolina
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill- Chapel Hill, North Carolina
University of North Carolina at Greensboro- Greensboro, North Carolina

North Dakota

University of North Dakota- Grand Forks, North Dakota

Ohio

John Carroll University- University of Heights, Ohio
Kent State University- Kent, Ohio
Ohio University- Athens, Ohio
University of Akron- Akron, Ohio

Oregon

Willamette University- Salem, Oregon

Pennsylvania

Gettysburg College- Gettysburg, Pennsylvania
Juniata College- Huntingdon, Pennsylvania
Messiah College- Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania
Swarthmore College- Swarthmore, Pennsylvania

Tennessee

Lipscomb University- Nashville, Tennessee

Texas

Abilene Christian University- Abilene, Texas
University of Texas at Austin- Austin, Texas

Utah

University of Utah- Salt Lake City, Utah

Vermont

Bennington College- Bennington, Vermont
Marlboro College- Marlboro, Vermont

Virginia

George Mason University- FairFax, Virginia

Washington

Whitworth University- Spokane, Washington

Washington DC

Georgetown University- Washington D.C. 

Wisconsin

University of Wisconsin- Madison, Wisconsin

Canada

University of Toronto- Toronto, Canada
University of Waterloo- Ontario, Canada

Please contact the college or university directly for more information on their specific program offering.
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