Problems We Help You Solve
Faith-based colleges and universities share many similar values, but this doesn't make them immune from conflict. Disagreement is inevitable on a college campus, but when ignored, conflict can become dangerous. Approaching challenges with careful and healthy processes enhances student learning, reinforces campus community, and ensures that institutions will survive for generations to come.
Conflicts in curriculum between faculty and the administration; oversight of communication; strategic planning; capital projects; navigating probationary accreditation status
Campus security policies; disagreements about campus-based documents; regional and conditional use permits between colleges and the community
Emotionally Charged Issues
Diversity, equity, inclusion policies and practices; campus conflicts over race, gender, sexuality, and politics; "town and gown" mistrust; contentious issues like immigration or gun control.
Teaching and Learning
Equipping faculty to foster healthy conflicts in their classrooms; values-based teaching and course design; community-engaged learning projects
There is power in dialogue, and the more we can access that power, the stronger our communities will be.