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January 28, 2008

Cable TV Show Features Interview with Conflict and Dispute Resolution Program Director Tim Hicks February 4

Tim Hicks, director of the Conflict and Dispute Resolution Master’s Degree Program, will be featured on UO Today, a cable television show, Monday, Feb. 4.  Hicks will discuss the growth and practicality of conflict resolution programs nationwide, the Appropriate Dispute Resolution Center at Oregon Law and the career prospects of program graduates during the interview. 

UO Today is produced by the Oregon Humanities Center and hosted by Steve Shankman, the center’s director.  Each week, Shankman interviews UO faculty, staff and visiting lecturers about their research and interests for the 30 minute show, which is broadcast on eight cable television stations throughout Oregon. 

In Eugene, the UO Today show featuring Hicks will be broadcast on Monday, Feb. 4, at noon and midnight on Community Television of Lane County, Channel 29.  [provide hyperlink to www.ctv29.org]  For a complete list of channels and viewing times, visit the UO Today Web site.
 

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