From a predominantly white campus to a culturally diverse campus: Implications for mediation

From a predominantly white campus to a culturally diverse campus: Implications for mediation

Pdf article reprinted from the June/July 1991 Issue (Vol 33) of The Fourth R, The Newsletter of the National Association for Mediation in Education discusses the notion that when campuses change from homogeneous populations of students to diverse ones that “staff must be trained to deal with and respond to the problems and tensions that are the natural result of the altered campus demographic.” The use of the mediation center is seen as an essential tool by which the a campus can smoothly become culturally diverse due to its trained members who take the position that nearly any conflict can be worked out.

  • Format: pdf
  • Author: Karleen I. Karlson
  • Resource Release Date: 01/01/1991
  • Topics: Administrator Resources and Higher Education
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