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Polkinghorn, Brian

Executive Director, Center for Conflict Resolution
Faculty, Center for Conflict Resolution
Center for Conflict Resolution (RC) 100
410-219-2873
bdpolkinghornsalisburyedu
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Courses  []

2014 Spring

  • CADR 400-003 PRACTICUM & INTERNSHIP
    Provides a supervised and mentored experience practicing conflict resolution in local, regional, national or international organizations. Students are required to design their own practicum experience with the assistance of conflict analysis and dispute resolution faculty in order to best suit their particular interests, career goals and aspirations. Prerequisites: Permission of the instructor and junior standing are required to register for the course. Must apply for the practicum experience the semester before registering for the class. May be taken twice for credit with a maximum of 4 credits toward the CADR major. Two or Three hours per week with enhancement.
  • CADR 490-003 INDIVIDUAL DIRECTED STUDY
    Enables advanced students to pursue individualized work through field study or other projects of their own choosing, under the direction of a faculty member. Students may use the resources available at the Center for Conflict Resolution to become involved in on-going projects. May be repeated for a maximum of eight credits with faculty approval. Prerequisites: CADR 200, major in conflict analysis and dispute resolution, and permission of instructor. One to three hours per week with enhancement.
  • CADR 495-001 INDIVIDUAL RESEARCH
    Advanced students pursue their own research project under the direction of a faculty member or assist a faculty member in a research project. Involves both archival and qualitative and/or quantitative social science research. May be repeated for a maximum of 6 credits with faculty approval. Prerequisites: CADR 200, CADR/SOCI 321, major in conflict analysis and dispute resolution, and permission of instructor. Three hours per week with enhancement.
  • CADR 640-002 FIELD PRACTICUM I
    An intensive, semester-long practicum, focused on practical field-based experiential learning. An academic program coordinator will assist in developing a practicum site and project. The course requires an average of five-six hours per week throughout the semester in addition to the time reserved for classroom activity, reading, and research for the final project. Prerequisites: CADR 500 and CADR 520. Five to six hours per week.
  • CADR 641-001 FIELD PRACTICUM II
    An advanced self-guided practicum. Students may continue their practicum experience in CADR 640 or create a new practicum experience with faculty approval. The course will require an average of five-six hours per week throughout the semester in addition to the time reserved for classroom activity, reading, and research for the final product. Prerequisite: CADR 640. Five-six hours per week.
  • CADR 650-001 RESEARCH THESIS PROJECT
    A seminar that assists with the thesis process which leads to a project of publishable quality. Opportunities for peer review and establishing incremental goals are available in this course. Students wishing to conduct a thesis must make this known in their first year of study and must complete and publicly present their thesis prior to the end of their final semester. Prerequisite: CADR 550 and permission of instructor. Three hours per week.
  • CADR 651-005 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
    A seminar that helps execute a professional development project. Opportunities for peer review and establishing incremental goals are available in this course. Students wishing to execute a professional development project must make this known in their first year of study and must complete and publicly present their project prior to the end of their final semester. Prerequisite: CADR 610 and permission of instructor. Three hours per week.

2014 Summer II

  • CADR 640-002 FIELD PRACTICUM I
    An intensive, semester-long practicum, focused on practical field-based experiential learning. An academic program coordinator will assist in developing a practicum site and project. The course requires an average of five-six hours per week throughout the semester in addition to the time reserved for classroom activity, reading, and research for the final project. Prerequisites: CADR 500 and CADR 520. Five to six hours per week.

2014 Fall

  • CADR 301-001 INTL CONFLICT & RESOLUTION
    Focuses on the variety of root sources of conflict between nation states. Underscores the early detection and successful prevention of large-scale acts of aggression and violence between nation states. Case studies will be employed to understand and explain these international disputes. Some key players in these conflicts will serve as resource persons for class. Three hours per week with enhancement.
  • CADR 530-151 MEDIATION THEORY & PRACT
    Engages students in the major debates and nuances of practice in the field, specifically focusing on the interpersonal level of intervention. Distinctions will be made concerning various mediation styles and various schools of thought on how and when to intervene in a case. Students will create models of practice from a wide range of process skills and approaches and will apply process and analytical knowledge to cases possessing various levels of complexity. Prerequisite: CADR 510. Three hours per week.
  • CADR 640-001 FIELD PRACTICUM I
    An intensive, semester-long practicum, focused on practical field-based experiential learning. An academic program coordinator will assist in developing a practicum site and project. The course requires an average of five-six hours per week throughout the semester in addition to the time reserved for classroom activity, reading, and research for the final project. Prerequisites: CADR 500 and CADR 520. Five to six hours per week.

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Awards, Scholarship & Creative Works:  []

Article(s)

Polkinghorn, B. 
(2012). 
Reflections on a revolution in international law: Trends & the second bounce of the ball. 
Journal Jurisprudence, 
15, 
473-484. 
Anderson Jr, L. L., & Polkinghorn, B. D. 
(2008). 
Managing conflict in construction megaprojects: Leadership & third-party principles. 
Conflict Resolution Quarterly, 
26(2), 
167-198. 
Anderson, L. & Polkinghorn, B. 
(2008). 
Partnering to reduce conflict: Leadership lessons from the Woodrow Wilson Bridge. 
Virginia ADR: The Newsletter of the Virginia Alternative Dispute Resolution Committee, 
7(1), 
2-6. 
Polkinghorn, B. 
(2006). 
Networks of democracy: Lessons from Kosovo for Afghanistan, Iraq, and beyond. 
American Journal of Sociology, 
112(1), 
299-301. 
Polkinghorn, B. D. 
(2004). 
In different tongues: Making room for cultural differences in the negotiated rulemaking process. 
International Negotiation, 
7, 
209-233. 
Polkinghorn, B. & Bryne, S. 
(2001). 
Between war & peace: An examination of conflict management styles in four conflict zones. 
International Journal of Conflict Management, 
12(1), 
23-47. 

Awards(s)

Brian Polkinghorn (2010). Regents' Award for Excellence in Public Service - Board of Regents, University System of Maryland (USM).
Polkinghorn, B. (2009-2010). Fulbright Scholar Award - U. S. Dept. of State, Council for International Exchange of Scholars.
Brian Polkinghorn (2008). Wilson H. Elkins Professorship - University System of Maryland (USM).
Brian Polkinghorn (2007). Wilson H. Elkins Professorship - University System of Maryland (USM).
Broam Polkinghorn (2006). Distinguished Faculty Award - Salisbury University, Salisbury, MD.
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Presentations

Carr, F. & Polkinghorn, B. (2009). Partnering with mediation: A management best practices tool. Presented at Iranian Bar Association Union
Carr, F. & Polkinghorn, B. (2006). Partnering with mediation: A management best practices tool. Presented at International Bar Association Conference, Chicago, IL.
McDermott, E.P., Jose, A., Obar, R., & Polkinghorn, B. (2002). The California department of fair employment & housing's pilot mediation program: A new solution for employment discrimination complaints & turning points in employment conflict: The mediators' perspective; Emerging practices in a new era of conflict resolution. Presented at the annual conference of the Association for Conflict Resolution. Presented at Association for Conflict Management, San Diego, CA.
McDermott, E.P., Obar, R. & Polkinghorn, B. (2001). The EEOC mediation program: A successful illustration of collaboration in the capital. Presented at Dispute Resolution Section of the American Bar Association, Washington, D.C..

Book Chapters

Boudreau, T. & Polkinghorn, B. (2010). Collective Security. N. Young (Eds.), The Oxford International Encyclopedia of Peace. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Polkinghorn, B. (2010). Alternative dispute resolution processes. N. Young (Eds.), The Oxford International Encyclopedia of Peace. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Polkinghorn, B. & Boudreau, T. (2010). Basic human needs. N. Young (Eds.), The Oxford International Encyclopedia of Peace. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Polkinghorn, B. & Boudreau, T. (2010). Unilateral Peace Initiatives. N. Young (Eds.), The Oxford International Encyclopedia of Peace. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
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Boudreau, T. & Polkinghorn, B. (2008). Reversing the destructive discourses of dehumanization: A model for reframing narratives in protracted social conflict through identity affirmation. P. G. Coy (Eds.), Research in Social Movements, Conflict and Change. United Kingdom: Emerald.
Polkinghorn, B. (2008). How to build a conflict resolution program. M. Rosenthal (Eds.), One paradigm many worlds: Conflict resolution across the disciplines. Newcastle-upon-Avon, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
Polkinghorn, B., La Chance, H., & La Chance, R. (2008). Constructing a baseline understanding of graduate conflict resolution programs. P. G. Coy (Eds.), Research in Social Movements, Conflict and Change. United Kingdom: Emerald.
McDermott, E. P. & Polkinghorn, B. (2006). Applying the comprehensive model to workplace mediation research. M. Hermann (Eds.), The Blackwell Handbook of Mediation: Bridging Theory, Research & Practice. New York: Blackwell.
McDermott, E. P., Bowers, M., Obar, R., Hose, A. & Polkinghorn, B. (2002). Has the EEOC hit a home run? An evaluation of the EEOC mediation program from the participants' perspective. Advances in Industrial & Labor Relations, vol. 11. (1-40.) Oxford: Elsevier Press - JAI.

Other

Polkinghorn, B., La Chance, H. & Carr, F. (2009). Maryland State Highway Administration, Partnering Training Research Evaluation Report.. , Baltimore, MD.
Polkinghorn, B., La Chance, H. & Carr, F. (2009). Maryland State Highway Administration, Partnering Training Manual.. , Baltimore, MD.
McDermott, E. P., Jose, A., Obar, R. & Polkinghorn, B. (2001). The EEOC Mediation Program: Mediators' Perspective on the Parties, Processes, & Outcomes.. , Washington, DC.

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