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  • A Core of Service in Personal and Professional Paths

    February 1, 2023

    Self-proclaimed lifelong learner, Tammy Deiter is a current student in the Leadership and Public Service program. Deiter is able to apply her learnings to personal and professional interests as there is a wide range of concepts taught in class. After earning a BA in Anthropology/Sociology and working with the Tennessee Department of Health and Department of Children’s Services as part of her ten years in social work, Deiter is currently the Senior Manager of Federal Programs at Second Harvest Food Bank in Middle Tennessee.

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  • Handling Conflict over the Holidays

    December 12, 2022

    From an ICM Lunch & Learn led by Steve Joiner

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  • Differences in Generational Leadership

    November 30, 2022

    From the annual Don R. Elliott Presidential Lecture Series with David Gergen

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  • Emotional Intelligence: The Emotional Manager

    September 16, 2022

    Written by Cynthia Greer, Institute for Conflict Management

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  • Honor Where Honor is Due – Institute for Conflict Management Says Goodbye to Prof. Phyllis Hildreth

    February 7, 2022

    Written by Dr. Steve Joiner, dean, College of Leadership and Public Service

    Honor where honor is due…

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  • All Mediators Need Rule 31 Domestic Violence Training. Here's Why.

    January 18, 2022

    Written by Cynthia Greer, Institute for Conflict Management

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  • Civility in the Time of a Pandemic

    August 23, 2021

    Written by Tracy Allen, distinguished professor, Institute for Conflict Management

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  • Students travel to Vermont for hands-on learning in 2021 Advanced Study of Sustainability in New England

    August 11, 2021

    Dodd Galbreath, director, Institute for Sustainable Practice

    Although solar energy continues to grow rapidly in the Southeast U.S., other sustainability practices are still evolving in the region. Therefore, graduate students in the Institute for Sustainable Practice travel to New England each July to examine European scaled sustainability that is highly diverse and geographically dense to further enhance the student's professional development and technical depth.

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  • What My Van Can Teach You About Workplace Conflict

    July 27, 2021

    MATT MILLIGAN, JD | INSTITUTE FOR CONFLICT MANAGEMENT

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