NECR Capstone Presentation Schedule - Spring 2017
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M.S. PROGRAM IN NEGOTIATION & CONFLICT RESOLUTION
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THE SPRING 2017 CAPSTONE THESIS PRESENTATIONS (April 29 and 30, 2017)
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LOCATION ON BOTH DAYS: Columbia University, Jerome Greene Hall, Room 101
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RSVP DAY 1: Saturday, April 29th from 9:30 AM - 4:30 PM | http://sps.columbia.edu/negotiation-and-conflict-resolution/events/04-29-2017-spring-2017-capstone-presentations-day-1
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RSVP DAY 2: Sunday, April 30th from 9:30 AM - 4:00 PM | http://sps.columbia.edu/negotiation-and-conflict-resolution/events/04-30-2017-spring-2017-capstone-presentations-day-2
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DAY 1: Saturday, April 29th
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TIMESESSIONFIRST NAMELAST NAMETITLE
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Session 1: Emotions and Empathy (9:30 AM - 10:10 AM)
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09:30 - 09:50
Session 1: Emotions and EmpathyJessicaWilseyEmpathy in Education
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09:50 - 10:10
Session 1: Emotions and EmpathyJoanieKotickDeath and Emotion: Family Money Matters
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Session 2: Culture, Ethnicity, and Identity (10:10 AM - 12:30 PM)
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10:10 - 10:30
Session 2: Culture, Ethnicity, and IdentityQihaoYangSynergy or Separation? Cultural Conflicts in Overseas Company Acquisition
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10:30 - 10:50
Session 2: Culture, Ethnicity, and IdentityBethFangIntercommunal Violence Incarnated: The Persecution of Rohingya Ethnicity in Rakhine, Myanmar
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10:50 - 11:10
Session 2: Culture, Ethnicity, and IdentityDustinHausnerEthno-Religious Conflict: The Conditions for Ripeness and Alternative Dispute Resolution
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11:10 - 11:30
Session 2: Culture, Ethnicity, and Identity
Manualwel
TerrellThe United States Immigration Processing Scope
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11:30 - 11:50
Session 2: Culture, Ethnicity, and IdentityFrances
Laviscount
Syrian Refugees: The Struggle to Assimilate in the United States
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11:50 - 12:10
Session 2: Culture, Ethnicity, and IdentityKarimMecattafThe Battle for Refuge
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12:10 - 12:30
Session 2: Culture, Ethnicity, and IdentityKjerstinPugh"Living on the Fault Lines": Identity & Conflict Escalation in French Banlieues
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LUNCH BREAK (1 hour)
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Session 3: Global State-Level Issues (1:30 PM - 3:50 PM)
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01:30 - 01:50
Session 3: Global State-Level IssuesAlex
Okello Okello
Assessing the Use of Territories in State Formation Processes in Mali
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01:50 - 02:10
Session 3: Global State-Level IssuesDerekKenyensoNGO Participation in Sovereign Political Affairs: The Case of the Gambia
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02:10 - 02:30
Session 3: Global State-Level IssuesMaryna
Tsyhanets
From Conflict to Cooperation? Exploring the Complicated Relationship Between Russia and the United States
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02:30 - 02:50
Session 3: Global State-Level IssuesVasiliyKireyevConflict in the Donbas Region
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02:50 - 03:10
Session 3: Global State-Level IssuesNatashaApioLand Reforms and Communal Aggression in Sudan
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03:10 - 03:30Session 3: Global State-Level IssuesIrine
Gharibashvili
The Impact of Competing Narratives on Conflict Between Russia and Georgia
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03:30 - 03:50Session 3: Global State-Level IssuesJamesLarsonWading Peacefully: Building Trust and Cooperation on the Jordan River
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End of Day 1
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DAY 2: Sunday, April 30th
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TIMESESSIONFIRST NAMELAST NAMETITLE
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Session 1: Third-Party Intervention: Mediation and Ombuds (9:30 AM - 10:30 AM)
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09:30 - 09:50
Session 1: Third-Party Intervention: Mediation and Ombuds
RussellBrandweinOnline Divorce Mediation: Mediator’s Perspective on Divorcing Parties’ Dynamics
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09:50 - 10:10
Session 1: Third-Party Intervention: Mediation and Ombuds
Dominic R.RinaldiPrepared to Remain Valuable: How Campus Ombuds Programs Can Adapt to Organizational Change
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10:10 - 10:30
Session 1: Third-Party Intervention: Mediation and Ombuds
ShengnanZhaoOrganizational Conflict and Ombuds Programs in Chinese Organizations
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Session 2: Gender ( 10:30 AM - 11:10 AM)
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10:30 - 10:50
Session 2: GenderHallieCohnstrengerUnconscious Bias: Perceptions of Women and Underrepresented Minorities in the Technology Industry
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10:50 - 11:10
Session 2: GenderDinaRafaelWomen in Finance: Mid–Career Struggle? Addressing the Gap
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Session 3: Transitioning from Violence (11:10 AM - 12:10 PM)
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11:10 - 11:30
Session 3: Transitioning from ViolenceElliotWheelerAn Uncoordinated Discourse of Peace: Legitimacy, Peace and Gang Violence in El Salvador
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11:30 - 11:50
Session 3: Transitioning from ViolenceFelipeSaenzShifting Mindsets of Repressed Groups: Entrepreneurship as a Catalyst
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11:50 - 12:10
Session 3: Transitioning from ViolenceRobertZavisDecision-Making in the United Nations Security Council
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LUNCH BREAK (1 hour)
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Session 4: Organizations and Industries (1:10 PM - 3:30 PM)
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01:10 - 01:30
Session 4: Organizations and IndustriesRachelle
Vertenten
Perceptions Versus Reality: Technology Startup Company Culture
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01:30 - 01:50
Session 4: Organizations and IndustriesAngelaAmoakoThe Recruitment and Selection Challenges U.S Private Sector Companies Face While Operating in Ghana
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01:50 - 02:10
Session 4: Organizations and IndustriesFabioHannaManaging Organizational Conflicts: Information Technology Managers in Brazil
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02:10 - 02:30
Session 4: Organizations and IndustriesSamanthaJacksonRace and Its Health Consequences: A Phenomenological Investigation of Quality and Access to Healthcare for African-Americans
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02:30 - 02:50Session 4: Organizations and IndustriesKoichiSuehiroConflict Dynamics: Fuel Consumption Fraud in Mitsubishi Motors
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02:50 - 03:10Session 4: Organizations and Industries
Mohammad
AliCompeting Narratives about the Defense Industry
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03:10 - 03:30
Session 4: Organizations and IndustriesKyle
Shrivastava
Managing Systemic Organizational Conflict in International Development
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Closing & Reception (3:30 PM - 4:00 PM)
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