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The 2020 DRRC Political Polarization Conference has been postponed to a later date. This conference will highlight top interdisciplinary researchers with a focus on understanding political polarization. We will continue to support student research by providing grants and sponsoring best student paper awards at the International Academy of Conflict Management and Academy of Management. DRRC remains committed to being one of the top resources for research on negotiations and conflict management.

Read Our Most Recent Newsletter: JANUARY 2021

This month, the DRRC will be hosting a Teaching Innovations in Negotiations and Conflict Management course alongside the AOM Conflict Management Division. 

We are excited to introduce Kukui Nutsa two-party single-issue negotiation with integrative potential, updated for 2020 to be use in both in-class or a virtual setting.  Purchase/preview the exercise on our DRRCexercises website after logging into your account. 

The Dispute Resolution Research Center is seeking applicants for a Post-Doctoral fellowship. The primary criterion for acceptance is research excellence relevant to conflict or cooperation. More information can be found in our newsletter and on the postdoc fellowship page

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