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Assistant Dean for Research and Strategic Initiatives and Associate Professor of Conflict Resolution and Ethnic Studies in the College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences
Robin Cooper, Ph.D., brings to her work at NSU respect and appreciation for personal and professional cultural differences; a focus on solution-oriented collaboration; and a commitment to community-building across campus and with the larger community. Her numerous publications and conference presentations reflect her strong research interests in identity-based conflict, cross-cultural conflict resolution, collaborative practices in organizational contexts, qualitative research, and student learning. She has conducted research among Cuban, Haitian, and Guatemalan communities in South Florida and research exploring the impact of changing demographics in Broward County, among other projects. Dr. Cooper has been teaching in higher education since 2008, teaching courses in conflict resolution, culture and conflict, social and behavioral sciences, interprofessional leadership, and qualitative research.
Mazen Younis has a diverse background that he embraces. In his endeavors and research, he strives to empower the weak, represent the voiceless, identify, and understand divisive issues to bridge the gap with productive inclusion. Mazen, a veteran of the US military, enlisted shortly after completing high school in Amman, Jordan. Later, he attended Marshall University in Huntington, W.V. and obtained his B.A. and M.A. in Political Science. His view holds that the world's beauty stems from the diverse parts that construct the whole. With that said, the inclusion of diversity has a productive and profound value that he desires to enhance for society, in research, and overall life. As a Ph.D. student in the Conflict Analysis and Resolution program at NSU, and with a desire to walk the talk, he continually endeavors to understand, include, and enhance those functions for all.