What it is: Fellows work alongside ADR Center leadership to advance cutting-edge interdisciplinary initiatives, organize high-profile events, and network with prominent scholars, attorneys, and leaders. Past projects include establishing a pilot probate mediation program in central Oregon; researching best practices in truancy prevention through mediation; and tracking legislative action to locate bills that impact ADR in Oregon. The 1L Fellow has a term of one year and requires a minimum commitment of 80 hours over that year.
What it is: The ADR Center and the Environmental and Natural Resources Center co-sponsor an Environmental Conflict Resolution (ECR) Fellowship. This Fellowship is given to a rising 2L or 3L students who are passionate about ECR. Past projects include coordinating an interdisciplinary ADR/ENR speaker series; and developing guidelines for a graduate certificate in Environmental Conflict Resolution. The ECR Fellow works closely with the ENR and ADR Centers, has a term of one year, and requires a minimum commitment of 80 hours over that year.
How to apply: Interested applicants should submit a resume and cover letter (outlining specific interest in ADR and description of experience and skills that would benefit the Center) to Professor Jen Reynolds at firstname.lastname@example.org. NOTE: We have awarded all our ECR Fellowships for the current academic year.
Land Air Water and the ADR Center want to fund your quest of knowledge about environmental conflict resolution. Up to $875 is available for a successful applicant or pair of applicants who are interested in attending an Environmental Conflict Resolution training program. For more information on this program, including instructions on how to apply, please visit this site.