Course: Water Conflict Management and Transformation (WRP 521; CRN 71574)
Instructors: Aaron Wolf & Lynette de Silva
Institution: Oregon State University
Credits: 3 Graduate Credits
Dates: 15-22 June, 2020
Please note that due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this course will not be offered on campus, but will be delivered utilizing:
- Zoom for live, interactive lectures delivered over a 3-4hr timeframe each day (with several refreshment breaks);
- Breakout interactive Zoom forums for group activities;
- An instrumental platform for discussion board forums, and as a repository for films, the free electronic textbook and other resources; and of course,
- Zoom for participants role-play in a fictitious river basin negotiation.
Course Description: This course offers an opportunity for water resources professionals and graduate students to learn about current and leading-edge ways to work effectively in contentious water situations. It explores conflict tolerance, prevention, management, and transformation through collaborative structures as well as through models of negotiation and dialogue.
We hope you’ll join us!
For registration information, visit: https://tinyurl.com/ycbw42jg
For additional information, contact: Lynette de Silva at firstname.lastname@example.org