UT Project on Conflict Resolution
- Get Peer Mediators to help if you're having problems with someone - Services Free on Campus
- High School Summer Symposium June 19-July 2
- See pictures from The Conflict Conference 2016 or plan for 2017
- Join the student facilitators for a structured dialogue: "Is it on us? What is a Student's Responsibility toward Refugees?" 3-5 April 22
- See pictures from UT Meets Homelessness: A Facilitation
The mission of the University of Texas Project on Conflict Resolution (UTPCR) is to change the way people think about and handle conflict in order to positively affect individuals, our communities, our nation and our world. Communication is fundamental to our approach. Communication can be the source of conflict or the path through conflict.
The UTPCR programs place a special emphasis on contemporary culture and its many aspects of everyday living—the arts, business, race, healthcare, education, journalism, religion, sports, music, family and personal relationships. We invite you to be part of the conversation and help transform today's conflict into tomorrow's calm.
Since its launch in 1998, the University of Texas Project on Conflict Resolution has been an innovator in addressing interpersonal, organizational, and societal conflict through communication that enhances collaboration and relationships. The UTPCR draws upon the expertise of the entire University of Texas system to provide services, events, academic and research opportunities, and public impact and participation programs.