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I thought I'd mention, again, a new book, Managing Differences: How to Build Better Relationships at Work and Home by Daniel Dana -- probably worth reading. I've liked other works by Dan Dana well enough to note this without having read it. I've been so terribly busy recently, though I have lost fifty pounds since November of 2005.
I've blogged about the weight loss at: http://ethesis.blogspot.com/2006/04/50-pounds-lost-so-far.html -- bottom line is that I spent five dollars at SAMS. There is a book on the method, it ships next week, so it is obviously very optional, everything you need is on the web.
One last note in books, someone old and something (rewritten) new:
G. Richard Shell -- Bargaining for Advantage (2006)
David Binder -- Legal Interviewing and Counseling: A Client-Centered Approach (1977)
marquette.edu -- the law school -- is recruiting another ADR professor. Marquette has an excellent program, they've put much of it on-line and it makes an excellent example of how a program can be put together -- it invites comparison with other programs. They are recruiting to strengthen what they are doing, which is admirable. Look over the program at http://188.8.131.52/cgi-bin/site.pl?adr/index and contact Associate Dean Peter Rofes if you are interested. The solid quote from the site: "Our primary courses in ADR are all taught by full-time faculty as is the mediation clinic. Each of the professors has written numerous articles and textbooks in their respective areas. In addition, the Marquette Law Review hosted a special symposium on the Uniform Mediation Act in 2001. A similar symposium on the emerging interdisciplinary negotiation canon was held in Fall 2003."
Interesting new Mediation & ADR (and other) web sites and useful links:
VOMA has scholarship money available for members who would like to attend conferences this spring, summer and fall. A total of $2,000.00 has been allocated and $1,000 will be divided between spring/summer and $1,000 for summer/fall conferences. The majority of this money was raised during the VOMA conference silent auction. Each applicant would be eligible to apply for $250.00 each for attendance at a conference.
Scholarship Requirements: Applicants must be a minority or be providing services to a minority population and be in need of the $250.00. Checks will go directly to applicant who has proof of conference registration.
Applications must be received by Andrea Verswijver by May 15, 2006 for Spring/ Early Summer application and by August 1, 2006 for Late Summer/Fall. Please send applications by email to email@example.com. If you have questions you may call Andrea at (505) 690-7366.
Internships available from: Ramona Buck Public Policy Director Maryland Mediation and Conflict Resolution Office (MACRO) 900 Commerce Road Annapolis, Maryland 21401 410-841-2260 fax: 410-841-2261 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Position: Mediator, Facilitator, and Conflict Resolution Project Manager, Institution: University of California at Davis, Location: California. Date posted: 4/14/2006
Position: Assistant Professor in Cultural Studies, Institution: University of Hong Kong, Location: Hong Kong, Date posted: 4/3/2006
Bachelor's degree in Risk Management & Insurance, Finance, Business Administration, Economics, or Other, Desire a position that is both analytical and marketing-oriented, Minimum overall GPA of 3.0 preferred, Possess 0-3 years of work experience, Ability to demonstrate strong self-motivation, interpersonal and financial analysis skills, Travel is required. St.Paul Travelers Insurance Company Underwriting Development Program/Account Executive Openings: AL- Birmingham, CA- Walnut Creek, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Diamond Bar, and Glendale, CO- Denver, GA- Alpharetta, IL- Chicago, KY- Louisville, MA-Quincy, MD- Hunt Valley, MI- Grand Rapids and Troy, NC- Charlotte, NJ- Edison, NY- Long Island, OH- Cleveland, OK- Tulsa, PA- Reading, TN- Nashville, TX- Houston, Dallas, and San Antonio, VA- Chantilly, WA- Seattle, WI- Milwaukee, WV- Charleston
Please contact Allison Keeton at AKEETON@SPT.COM; Norma Ortega at NJORTEGA@SPT.COM, Laurie Buyniski at LEBUYNIS@SPT.COM
University of Oregon Seeks Director of Masters Degree Dispute Resolution Program: The University of Oregon (Eugene) seeks an experienced professional for the position of Director, Conflict and Dispute Resolution M.A. / M.S. Program. Position responsible for growth and management of the new interdisciplinary graduate program: Masters in Conflict and Dispute Resolution (CDR) Program. The Director will lead all aspects of the Program including student, academic and administrative issues. Advanced Degree (J.D., M.A./M.S., or Ph.D.) required. See the University of Oregon website: http://hr.uoregon.edu/jobs/unclassified/administrative/ for a complete list job requirements, job description, application procedures, application forms, and supplemental questions. An Equal-Opportunity, Affirmative-Action Institution Committed to Cultural Diversity and Compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act.
http://lists.willamette.edu/mailman/options/dis-res/ -- the newsletters are up and running. Well worth the free subscription.
Some of the best things in mediation are still free.
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