The CRC is a partnership
The School of Graduate Studies (SGS), the Graduate Students’ Union (UTSGU) and Student Life partnered to create the CRC – a tri-campus resource for best practices in conflict resolution and dispute prevention.
The G2G Peer Advisors are good listeners
The G2G (grad-to-grad) Peer Advisors are master’s and doctoral students trained in conflict resolution coaching. Grad students can talk confidentially with a G2G about any academic issue. A G2G will not “take sides”, advocate or intervene on your behalf; a G2G will help you to explore what your options are (pros and cons), what policies apply and what resources are available, and can help you prepare for a difficult conversation.
The Manager of the CRC is Heather McGhee Peggs
I am excited to be a part of this unique program and to share my experiences in many forms of dispute resolution: ombuds processes, mediation, negotiation and litigation. I consult with all members of the graduate community on best practices in dispute prevention and alternative dispute resolution (ADR). Please email me if you would like to learn more about how the CRC can support you or to request a copy of the January-June 2016 CRC Pilot Review Report.
The CRC Program Assistant is Jesse Adigwe
Jesse provides part-time support to the G2G Peer Advisor team and helps to keep things running smoothly at the CRC! Jesse is a U of T alumnus (and current RU graduate student) – if you have questions, chances are he can find you the answers! Email Jesse or find him in person most Fridays at the front desk of Koffler Student Life Rm. 307.