Natural Resources Conflict Resolution
The Center manages the university’s trans-disciplinary program on Natural Resource Conflict Resolution (NRCR).
This is the only graduate-level program in the nation specifically designed to provide students with a working knowledge of the theory and practice of preventing and resolving conflict related to land use, natural resources, and environmental quality.
The program is co-sponsored by the School of Business Administration, College of Forestry and Conservation, School of Law, and College of Arts and Sciences. Students and faculty from at least ten different disciplines regularly participate in courses and experiential projects.
For inquiries, contact Shawn Johnson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For detailed information including admissions, curriculum, and student testimonials, see the following links:
- Natural Resources Conflict Resolution Program Handbook
- Current Course Outlines
- Sample Letter of Intent
- Guidelines for Final Evaluation
- Graduate School Certificate Application
- NRCR Program Network
- NRCR Program Alumni Testimonials