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    Advocacy and Activism - The advent of the Internet, an increased emphasis on globalism and the proliferation of network theory...

    Collaborative Governance - Collaboration is an essential tool in an increasingly interconnected world. We examine how collaborative govern...

     

    Environmental Collaboration and Conflicts - The rapid growth of industry and the intense competition for natural resources have brought...

    International and Intra-state Conflicts - We strive to understand the transformation of largescale destructive conflicts involving...

     
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    PARCC Symposium for Conflict and Collaboration: For Better or Worse Book.  The book examines the relationships between ideas and practices in the fields of conflict resolution and collaboration from multiple disciplinary perspectives.  Authors will discuss their chapters and the points for discussion and research. 9/20/18

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    Elman Listed Among The Top 100 People "Positively Influencing Jewish Life, 2018."
     The list was created by the Algemeiner newspaper and "focuses on individuals that have global and international impact, and that come from diverse groups." 9/19/18 

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    Tina Nabatchi, named Strasser Endowed Professor in Public Administration
    . The Strasser Professorship is the first named and endowed professorship specifically focused on public administration at the Maxwell School. 9/18/18

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    "Eviction Lab Misses the Mark," co-authored by Gretchen Purser and published in Shelterforce. 
    It is a critique of Matthew Desmond's Eviction Lab and deals with housing policy, the politics of data production, and the methods of community-engaged research. 8/27/18   
    Robert RubinsteinBlood in the Rust Belt: Mourning and Memorialization in the Context of Community Violence” published in Current Anthropology. The paper is the latest product of an university-community collaboration in Syracuse addressing gun violence, its effects, and interventions to reduce the trauma it causes, and to reduce its incidence.  The research involves Syracuse University faculty and students and community collaborators in an innovative research and teaching model (CARE—Community Action Research and Education) developed by Sandra Lane (Falk College) and Robert Rubinstein during the past two decades. 8/21/18

     


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    Tina Nabatchi

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