Academic/Faculty, Public Policy/Public Administration
Tufts University School of Arts and Sciences
URBAN AND ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY AND PLANNING – Negotiation and Conflict Resolution
Part-time Public Policy Lecturer (non-tenure-track)
The Department of Urban Environmental Policy and Planning at Tufts University is searching for a part?time lecturer to teach two courses in Negotiation and Conflict Resolution. One undergraduate section will be taught in Fall 2020 and one graduate section will be taught in Spring 2021.
This course is typically offered on Thursday evenings, 6-9pm. Instructors must also be willing to offer the course online if necessary.
This course focuses on techniques of negotiation and mediation applied to a broad range of conflict situations, from interpersonal differences to labor relations, environmental disputes, and international relations. It combines practice in basic methods with theoretical and applied aspects of conflict resolution.
Candidates must hold an advanced degree (master’s, PhD, or JD) in public policy, law, urban planning, or related field. Those with real-world experience in negotiation and conflict resolution in government, private practice, nonprofit, and/or community sectors are preferred, as well as past teaching at the college-level.
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