Our lunch & learn series, Know Your Level of Community Engagement, introduces research teams and community partners to the foundations of community-engaged research and practice. Each session addresses specific topics and strategies, such as matching community engagement to research objectives, developing partnerships, and working with the Institutional Review Board.
Join us for this session, Know Your Level: Conflict Resolution. Conflict is inevitable. The problem is not that conflict exists, rather how conflict is resolved. Upon completion of this session, participants will be able to:
- Diagnose conflict.
- Apply problem-solving approach to conflict
- Facilitate and moderate challenging conversations
Lunch will be provided and space is limited. Registration is required.
about the FACILITATors
Director, Neighborhood Leadership Academy and Community Development Specialist, University of Missouri Extension
Claire Rippel develops community partnership initiatives that link university resources with the needs and priorities of communities by working on a variety of topics including capacity building, leadership development, and healthy community initiatives.
St. Louis County Program Director – Urban Region, University of Missouri Extension
Dwayne James collaborates with the Extension Council, Extension faculty / staff, and the regional director to provide direction for the various programs offered to residents throughout St. Louis County.
Event Sponsors: Center for Community Health Partnership and Research at the Institute for Public Health, Gephardt Institute for Civic and Community Engagement and Sam Fox School of Design and Visual Arts at Washington University and the University of Missouri Extension