Field Study and Internships


A hallmark of the MSCM program is the field study students perform during the final semester. This experience, which affords students the opportunity to apply the skills and knowledge gained over the course of the program to a specific conflict environment, prepares them to face the challenges of our complex global environment.

Students are able to choose an area of the field in which to research or perform an internship, based on their unique interests in the field and their professional goals.

Recent Internship Locations:

  • The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission

  • American Arbitration Association

  • Atlanta Ombusman Program

  • Carroll County Mediation Center

  • Health Care Ethics Consortium of Georgia (HCECG)

  • The Nakwatsvewat Institute, Arizona

  • The Carter Center

  • Mediators Beyond Borders

  • The United Nations Ombuds Office

  • United Nations CIFAL/Institute of Training and Research Office

 

Recent Research/Projects:

  • Faith-Based Encounter Programs as a New Model for
    Track Three Peace Building

  • Prevention of Post-Traumatic Stress Syndrome in Returning Soldiers

  • Ivory Coast Post Conflict Reconstruction

  • Concessionary Bargaining

  • The Rights of Sexual Minorities in South Africa

  • Community Trauma Healing in Transcultural Settings

  • Investigation of Use of Restorative Justice Concepts in Juvenile Justice and Identification of Best Practices

  • Development of a Victim-Offender Mediation Program for
    a Northwest Georgia County

 

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