2017 Summer Session Classes

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ADR6450/Advanced Dispute Resolution Writing Seminar

“The courts of this country should not be the places where resolution of disputes begins. They should be the places where the disputes end after alternative methods of resolving disputes have been considered and tried.” Is Justice O’Conner’s statement true? What are alternative means of dispute resolution and are they really better for parties than taking a dispute to court? This course will introduce students to a wide range of alternative dispute resolution topics so that they can answer these questions.

Professor(s)

Laurie Beyranevand '03

Semester

2017 Summer - 8 Week Courses

ENV5497/Energy Efficiency as an Energy Resource

This course describes the reasons for, techniques of, and results from, energy efficiency measures in leading programs around the United States. In exploring how leaders maximize energy efficiency results from the home and business to the grid, the course will explore the systems, policy, and legal basis that legitimize energy efficiency as an energy resource and assure societal trust in the outcomes.

Professor(s)

Semester

2017 Summer - 8 Week Courses

ENV5224/Environmental Governance Field Study

Following completion of the Environmental Governance in the Developing World course, students may participate in an additional field trip to Southeast Asia. This trip will enable students to experience directly environmental conditions in the region and to meet leading environmental scholars and activists. Prerequisite: Environmental Governance in the Developing World.

Professor(s)

Yanmei Lin, William Schulte

Semester

2017 Summer - 8 Week Courses

ENV5223/Environmental Governance in the Developing World

This course describes the reasons for, techniques of, and results from, energy efficiency measures in leading programs around the United States. In exploring how leaders maximize energy efficiency results from the home and business to the grid, the course will explore the systems, policy, and legal basis that legitimize energy efficiency as an energy resource and assure societal trust in the outcomes.

Professor(s)

Yanmei Lin, William Schulte

Semester

2017 Summer - 8 Week Courses

ADR6416/Negotiating Environmental Agreements

This course teaches the skills necessary to be an effective negotiator and advocate in the environmental context, with particular emphasis on ocean and coastal disputes. This course explores the range of processes used to resolve environmental disputes, paying particular attention to consensual processes such as negotiation and collaborative decision-making. It considers relevant policy and practical considerations in selecting the most effective method of resolving environmental disputes.

Professor(s)

Sarah M. Reiter '13

Semester

2017 Summer - 8 Week Courses

ADR6450/Advanced Dispute Resolution Writing Seminar

“The courts of this country should not be the places where resolution of disputes begins. They should be the places where the disputes end after alternative methods of resolving disputes have been considered and tried.” Is Justice O’Conner’s statement true? What are alternative means of dispute resolution and are they really better for parties than taking a dispute to court? This course will introduce students to a wide range of alternative dispute resolution topics so that they can answer these questions.

Professor(s)

Laurie Beyranevand '03

Semester

2017 Summer - 8 Week Courses

ENV5497/Energy Efficiency as an Energy Resource

This course describes the reasons for, techniques of, and results from, energy efficiency measures in leading programs around the United States. In exploring how leaders maximize energy efficiency results from the home and business to the grid, the course will explore the systems, policy, and legal basis that legitimize energy efficiency as an energy resource and assure societal trust in the outcomes.

Professor(s)

Semester

2017 Summer - 8 Week Courses

ENV5224/Environmental Governance Field Study

Following completion of the Environmental Governance in the Developing World course, students may participate in an additional field trip to Southeast Asia. This trip will enable students to experience directly environmental conditions in the region and to meet leading environmental scholars and activists. Prerequisite: Environmental Governance in the Developing World.

Professor(s)

Yanmei Lin, William Schulte

Semester

2017 Summer - 8 Week Courses

ENV5223/Environmental Governance in the Developing World

This course describes the reasons for, techniques of, and results from, energy efficiency measures in leading programs around the United States. In exploring how leaders maximize energy efficiency results from the home and business to the grid, the course will explore the systems, policy, and legal basis that legitimize energy efficiency as an energy resource and assure societal trust in the outcomes.

Professor(s)

Yanmei Lin, William Schulte

Semester

2017 Summer - 8 Week Courses

ADR6416/Negotiating Environmental Agreements

This course teaches the skills necessary to be an effective negotiator and advocate in the environmental context, with particular emphasis on ocean and coastal disputes. This course explores the range of processes used to resolve environmental disputes, paying particular attention to consensual processes such as negotiation and collaborative decision-making. It considers relevant policy and practical considerations in selecting the most effective method of resolving environmental disputes.

Professor(s)

Sarah M. Reiter '13

Semester

2017 Summer - 8 Week Courses

ADR6450/Advanced Dispute Resolution Writing Seminar

“The courts of this country should not be the places where resolution of disputes begins. They should be the places where the disputes end after alternative methods of resolving disputes have been considered and tried.” Is Justice O’Conner’s statement true? What are alternative means of dispute resolution and are they really better for parties than taking a dispute to court? This course will introduce students to a wide range of alternative dispute resolution topics so that they can answer these questions.

Professor(s)

Laurie Beyranevand '03

Semester

2017 Summer - 8 Week Courses

ENV5497/Energy Efficiency as an Energy Resource

This course describes the reasons for, techniques of, and results from, energy efficiency measures in leading programs around the United States. In exploring how leaders maximize energy efficiency results from the home and business to the grid, the course will explore the systems, policy, and legal basis that legitimize energy efficiency as an energy resource and assure societal trust in the outcomes.

Professor(s)

Semester

2017 Summer - 8 Week Courses

ENV5224/Environmental Governance Field Study

Following completion of the Environmental Governance in the Developing World course, students may participate in an additional field trip to Southeast Asia. This trip will enable students to experience directly environmental conditions in the region and to meet leading environmental scholars and activists. Prerequisite: Environmental Governance in the Developing World.

Professor(s)

Yanmei Lin, William Schulte

Semester

2017 Summer - 8 Week Courses

ENV5223/Environmental Governance in the Developing World

This course describes the reasons for, techniques of, and results from, energy efficiency measures in leading programs around the United States. In exploring how leaders maximize energy efficiency results from the home and business to the grid, the course will explore the systems, policy, and legal basis that legitimize energy efficiency as an energy resource and assure societal trust in the outcomes.

Professor(s)

Yanmei Lin, William Schulte

Semester

2017 Summer - 8 Week Courses

ADR6416/Negotiating Environmental Agreements

This course teaches the skills necessary to be an effective negotiator and advocate in the environmental context, with particular emphasis on ocean and coastal disputes. This course explores the range of processes used to resolve environmental disputes, paying particular attention to consensual processes such as negotiation and collaborative decision-making. It considers relevant policy and practical considerations in selecting the most effective method of resolving environmental disputes.

Professor(s)

Sarah M. Reiter '13

Semester

2017 Summer - 8 Week Courses

ADR6450/Advanced Dispute Resolution Writing Seminar

“The courts of this country should not be the places where resolution of disputes begins. They should be the places where the disputes end after alternative methods of resolving disputes have been considered and tried.” Is Justice O’Conner’s statement true? What are alternative means of dispute resolution and are they really better for parties than taking a dispute to court? This course will introduce students to a wide range of alternative dispute resolution topics so that they can answer these questions.

Professor(s)

Laurie Beyranevand '03

Semester

2017 Summer - 8 Week Courses

ENV5497/Energy Efficiency as an Energy Resource

This course describes the reasons for, techniques of, and results from, energy efficiency measures in leading programs around the United States. In exploring how leaders maximize energy efficiency results from the home and business to the grid, the course will explore the systems, policy, and legal basis that legitimize energy efficiency as an energy resource and assure societal trust in the outcomes.

Professor(s)

Semester

2017 Summer - 8 Week Courses

ENV5224/Environmental Governance Field Study

Following completion of the Environmental Governance in the Developing World course, students may participate in an additional field trip to Southeast Asia. This trip will enable students to experience directly environmental conditions in the region and to meet leading environmental scholars and activists. Prerequisite: Environmental Governance in the Developing World.

Professor(s)

Yanmei Lin, William Schulte

Semester

2017 Summer - 8 Week Courses

ENV5223/Environmental Governance in the Developing World

This course describes the reasons for, techniques of, and results from, energy efficiency measures in leading programs around the United States. In exploring how leaders maximize energy efficiency results from the home and business to the grid, the course will explore the systems, policy, and legal basis that legitimize energy efficiency as an energy resource and assure societal trust in the outcomes.

Professor(s)

Yanmei Lin, William Schulte

Semester

2017 Summer - 8 Week Courses

ADR6416/Negotiating Environmental Agreements

This course teaches the skills necessary to be an effective negotiator and advocate in the environmental context, with particular emphasis on ocean and coastal disputes. This course explores the range of processes used to resolve environmental disputes, paying particular attention to consensual processes such as negotiation and collaborative decision-making. It considers relevant policy and practical considerations in selecting the most effective method of resolving environmental disputes.

Professor(s)

Sarah M. Reiter '13

Semester

2017 Summer - 8 Week Courses

ADR6450/Advanced Dispute Resolution Writing Seminar

“The courts of this country should not be the places where resolution of disputes begins. They should be the places where the disputes end after alternative methods of resolving disputes have been considered and tried.” Is Justice O’Conner’s statement true? What are alternative means of dispute resolution and are they really better for parties than taking a dispute to court? This course will introduce students to a wide range of alternative dispute resolution topics so that they can answer these questions.

Professor(s)

Laurie Beyranevand '03

Semester

2017 Summer - 8 Week Courses

ENV5497/Energy Efficiency as an Energy Resource

This course describes the reasons for, techniques of, and results from, energy efficiency measures in leading programs around the United States. In exploring how leaders maximize energy efficiency results from the home and business to the grid, the course will explore the systems, policy, and legal basis that legitimize energy efficiency as an energy resource and assure societal trust in the outcomes.

Professor(s)

Semester

2017 Summer - 8 Week Courses

ENV5224/Environmental Governance Field Study

Following completion of the Environmental Governance in the Developing World course, students may participate in an additional field trip to Southeast Asia. This trip will enable students to experience directly environmental conditions in the region and to meet leading environmental scholars and activists. Prerequisite: Environmental Governance in the Developing World.

Professor(s)

Yanmei Lin, William Schulte

Semester

2017 Summer - 8 Week Courses

ENV5223/Environmental Governance in the Developing World

This course describes the reasons for, techniques of, and results from, energy efficiency measures in leading programs around the United States. In exploring how leaders maximize energy efficiency results from the home and business to the grid, the course will explore the systems, policy, and legal basis that legitimize energy efficiency as an energy resource and assure societal trust in the outcomes.

Professor(s)

Yanmei Lin, William Schulte

Semester

2017 Summer - 8 Week Courses

ADR6416/Negotiating Environmental Agreements

This course teaches the skills necessary to be an effective negotiator and advocate in the environmental context, with particular emphasis on ocean and coastal disputes. This course explores the range of processes used to resolve environmental disputes, paying particular attention to consensual processes such as negotiation and collaborative decision-making. It considers relevant policy and practical considerations in selecting the most effective method of resolving environmental disputes.

Professor(s)

Sarah M. Reiter '13

Semester

2017 Summer - 8 Week Courses