Associate Vice President for Inclusive Excellence and Chief Diversity Officere email@example.com
PhD, Conflict Analysis and Resolution, Nova Southeastern University, 2006
MS, Dispute Resolution, Nova Southeastern University, 2001
BS, Social Work, University of the West Indies, Trinidad, 1998
Michelle Cromwell is a dialogue facilitator, peace and conflict resolution practitioner and qualitative researcher. In addition to teaching at Regis, Ms. Cromwell is an adjunct faculty member at Nova Southeastern University’s Multidisciplinary Studies Department. She is the Founding President of Multicultural Village, Inc. in Natick, MA, a nonprofit dedicated to teaching creative, constructive and collaborative conflict resolution skills to youth and adults both locally and internationally. She has presented many papers at national and international conferences and is a member of Professional Organizations including Association for Conflict Resolution and National Society for Experiential Education.
Cromwell, M. M., W. Vogele. 2009. Nonviolent action, trust and building a culture of peace. In Handbook on Building Cultures of Peace. Joseph De Viera (ed.) Boston: Springer Press
Cromwell, M. M. 2008. Peace Education Praxis - Pathways to Peace with Trust as a Bridge. International Education for Peace Proceedings
Scholars of Promise: From Poverty to sustainable peace. A Biosophical Institute funded pilot project to assess the efficacy of a cadre peace curriculum on 16 seventh grade middle school girls in Boston. Fall 2010 - Spring 2012.
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