Public Education

Public Education

Presentations

  • Changing the climate of our Climate Conversations,” Village Square / Living Room Conversation, Salt Lake City, UT, 2/23/17, M. Straube moderator.
  • “Coloring Inside the Lines: Exploring the Boundaries of Ethics in Negotiation,” Law of the Colorado River Continuing Legal Education Seminar (presentation), Las Vegas, NV, 2/5/16, M. Straube.
  • “Taking the Leap to an Alternative Legal Career,” American Bar Association Environmental, Mass Torts & Products Liability Litigation Committees’ Joint Continuing Legal Education Seminar (presentation), Park City, UT, 1/22/16, M. Straube.
  • “Best Practices for Communicating about Risk and Vulnerability and Engaging the Community in Planning,” Cape Coastal Conference (presentation), Hyannis, MA, 12/10/2015. Rumore.
  • “Collaboration with Other Stakeholders,” UT Forum on Collaboration, (presentation), 11/19/15, M. Straube.
  • “Shared Framework and Language of Collaboration,” UT Forum on Collaboration (presentation), 11/19/15, M. Straube.
  • “Water Diplomacy,” University of Utah Global Change and Sustainability Center mixer (presentation), 11/11/2015, D. Rumore.
  • “Serious Games, Serious Learning: An Evaluation of the Effectiveness of Role-Play Simulations as a Public Education and Engagement Tool for Science-Intensive Planning Issues,” Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning (presentation), Houston, TX, 10/24/2015, D. Rumore.
  • “Using Devising Seminars to Advance Collaborative Problem Solving in Complicated Public Policy Disputes,” Accord 3.0 Network (webinar), 10/11/2015, D.
  • “Negotiation and Dispute Resolution for Planners,” Utah American Planning Association Chapter Conference (presentation), Lehi, UT, 10/02/2015, D. Rumore.
  • “The Art of Negotiation and Consensus-Building,” Utah Women in Higher Education Network (UWHEN) Fall Workshop (presentation), Salt Lake City, UT, 10/2/15, M. Straube.
  • “Ready or Not: Helping Communities Prepare for and Manage Climate Change Risks,” University of Utah College of Law faculty seminar, 9/23/15, D. Rumore.
  • “Role-Play Simulations: A Tool for Building Capacity for Adaptation”, Association of Conflict Resolution Environment and Public Policy Section Conference (presentation), Denver, CO, 06/3/2015. Rumore.
  • EDR Program Poster, University Network for Collaborative Governance annual conference, Denver, CO, 6/2/15, D. Rumore and M. Straube.
  • “Cross-Watershed Network,” University Network for Collaborative Governance annual conference (presentation), Denver, CO, 6/1/15, M. Straube.
  • “Conflict and Collaboration on Public Lands Issues,” Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation Natural Resources Law Teachers Institute (presentation), Salt Lake City, UT, 5/29/15, M. Straube.
  • “The Persistent Problem of Air Pollution: Air Quality and Public Health,” (panel moderator), Salt Lake City, UT, 3/5/15, M. Straube.
  • “Iterative and Collaborative NEPA,” ABA-SEER ADR Committee (webinar), 2/23/15, M. Straube.“Air Quality in Utah: Science for Solutions,” co-sponsored by Utah Division of Air Quality and U of U Program for Air Quality, Health and Society (panel moderator), Salt Lake City, UT, 1/13/15, M. Straube.
  • “Helping Communities Adapt to Climate Change Through Collaborative Action Research,” Global Change and Sustainability Center Seminar (presentation), Salt Lake City, UT, 09/08/2015.
  • More presentations »

Publications

  • Susskind, L., D. Rumore, T. Schenk (January 2016) Enhancing Communities’ Readiness to Adapt to Climate Change Through Role-Play Simulations, submitted for publication in Nature Climate Change.
  • Schenk, T., E. Czaika, M. Russo, and D. Rumore (publication date forthcoming) Joint Fact Finding: An Approach for Advancing Interactive Governance When Scientific and Technical Information Is in Question, chapter in Edelenbos and van Meerkert (eds.) Critical Reflections on Interactive Governance, Edward Elgar Publishing.
  • Susskind, L. and D. Rumore (2015) Using Devising Seminars to Advance Collaborative Problem Solving in Complicated Public Policy Disputes, Negotiation Journal, 31(3): 223-235.
  • Susskind, L., D. Rumore, C. Hulet, and P. Field (eds.) (2015) Managing Climate Change Risks in Coastal Communities: Strategies for Engagement, Readiness and Adaptation, London, UK: Anthem Press.
  • Susskind, L., D. Rumore (2015) Using Devising Seminars to Advance Collaborative Problem Solving in Complicated Public Policy Disputes, Negotiation Journal, 31(3): 223-235.
  • iNEPA is the iPhone of Environmental Impact Review: Strategies to Make NEPA More User-Friendly, co-authored with Jessica Clement (Wyoming Ruckelshaus Center), American Bar Association Natural Resources & Environment Journal, Vol. 30. No. 1, Summer, 2015.
  • More publications »

Blogs and Podcasts

Workshops/Training

  • Forum on Collaboration. Utah Program on Collaboration, November 19, 2015, Salt Lake City, UT (co-sponsored with The Langdon Group)
  • International Sage Grouse Forum: Conservation through Science, Management and Local Community Involvement, November 2014 (2 days). Western Association of Fish & Wildlife Agencies workshop, Salt Lake City, UT (co-sponsored with Utah State University and others)
  • Cross-Watershed Network (XWN) Peer-to-Peer Sharing Workshop, October 2014 (2 days). Second annual XWN workshop, Escalante, UT (co-sponsored with Escalante River Watershed Partnership).
  • “Improving Collaborative Decision Making Through Iterative NEPA,” February 2014 (2 days).  US Forest Service national workshop, Salt Lake City, UT (co-sponsored with University of Wyoming Ruckelshaus Institute and Utah State University)
  • Utah Sage-grouse Summit, February 2014 (2 days). (co-sponsored with Utah State University and others)
  • “Collaborative Problem-Solving Training,” November 2012 (2 days).  US Forest Service Intermountain Region Ranger Meeting, Ogden, UT.

Law School Green Team
The S.J. Quinney College of Law Green Team is a collaboration between faculty, staff, students, alumni, and interested community members, working together to identify and implement programs to encourage sustainable behaviors that complement the green features of the new law building.