About the Center for Conflict Management
The Center for Conflict Management is a unit of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences at Kennesaw State University. The Center collaborates with the Master of Science in Conflict Management (MSCM) and the Ph.D. in International Conflict Management (INCM) programs. It works locally and globally to promote peace and conflict resolution; conducts research into peace and conflict issues; provides training in conflict management skills; attracts and implements grant projects, contracts, and consultancies; and disseminates findings and educates the public through conferences, symposia and workshops.
The Center for Conflict Management promotes a world in which conflicts are addressed non-violently.
The Center for Conflict Management supports the mission of Kennesaw State University. It harnesses the resources of the academic and professional community to promote, globally and locally, awareness and action based on the theories and practices of conflict management and resolution. Through student learning initiatives, the production and dissemination of research, community engagement, and professional training, the Center facilitates non-violent approaches to conflict.
Dr. Akanmu G. Adebayo
Room: SO 2040
Director ADR Services and Training
Ms. Rosezetta Bobo
Room SO 2040A
Assistant to the Director
Room: SO 2039
Dr. Sherrill Hayes Dr. Ulf Zimmermann Dr. Tim Hedeen Dr. Maia Hallward Dr. Brandon D. Lundy Dr. Alan LeBaron TRAINERS Ms. Rosezetta Bobo Ms. Ansley Barton, J.D., Mediator, Consultant, Trainer Dr. Cynthia Morton Mr. Ron Remillard, MA Mrs. Jacqueline Oduselu, MS
Director, MSCM Program
Interim Director, Ph.D. INCM Program
Professor of Conflict Management
Assistant Professor of Political Science
Assistant Director, Ph.D. INCM Program
Professor of History
Rosezetta Bobo is the Director of Alternative Dispute Resolution at Kennesaw State University. Ms. Bobo’s career spans over twenty years in the areas of dispute resolution, communication, diversity, mediation, arbitration, teaching, training and facilitation. Ms. Bobo was with the Florida Supreme Court in the Dispute Resolution Center for nine years, and served as an Adjunct Professor of Criminology in the State University Center for seven years.
Ansley Barton is a veteran mediator and mediation trainer. She is the former Director of the Georgia Office of Dispute Resolution and the former Director of the Master of Science in Conflict Management at Kennesaw State University.
Dr. Cynthia Morton earned her doctorate in teacher leadership at Walden University, an Ed.S in School Counseling, M.Ed. in Social Sciences and a BA in History degree at Georgia Southern University. She has worked in the field of education as a researcher, educator, consultant, and counselor for more than 20 years.
Ron Remillard has over 30 years of experience in training, conflict management and performance improvement in a broad range of businesses and industries. Ron was a Director of a Fortune 500 company and has worked for several global consulting firms. He is a Past President of the American Society for Training and Development.
Jacqueline Oduselu is a National Certified Counselor and graduate of Georgia State University’s Master of Science in Professional Counseling program. She is a counseling professional at Ray of Hope Counseling Services, Inc. gaining experience in counseling individuals, couples, families, and groups.
Dr. Sherrill Hayes
Dr. Ulf Zimmermann
Dr. Tim Hedeen
Dr. Maia Hallward
Dr. Brandon D. Lundy
Dr. Alan LeBaron
Ms. Rosezetta Bobo
Ms. Ansley Barton, J.D., Mediator, Consultant, Trainer
Dr. Cynthia Morton
Mr. Ron Remillard, MA
Mrs. Jacqueline Oduselu, MS