All posts by Andrea Schneider

The President’s Negotiation Skills…

In advance of the meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin, colleague Marty Latz published this column in Politico this week:  Why Trump’s Aggressive Tactics Make Him a Less Effective Negotiator.  Marty argues, after studying his entire career, that while Trump touts his negotiation skills and thinks that this meeting with Putin will be his easiest, he … Continue reading The President’s Negotiation Skills…

DR Faculty Seminar in Israel–Identity & Education

We’ve been back for a few days from Israel and today I woke up thinking about how the next generation of kids in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict could ever be reconciled.  We heard repeatedly how this conflict is identity based and how children on each side no longer have any exposure to the “other.” Observers of … Continue reading DR Faculty Seminar in Israel–Identity & Education

Smart & Savvy: Negotiation Strategies in Academia

I am delighted to announce that my new book is now available. Smart & Savvy: Negotiation Strategies for Academia is based on my experience training scientists and doctors in negotiation. My father and co-author, David Kupfer, is distinguished professor emeritus at the University of Pittsburgh, was chair of their Department of Psychiatry for over 25 … Continue reading Smart & Savvy: Negotiation Strategies in Academia

Carrie Menkel-Meadow Wins American Bar Foundation Outstanding Scholar Award

The Fellows of the Amerian Bar Foundation have selected FOI Carrie Menkel-Meadow (UC-Irvine) as the 2018 recipient of the ABF Outstanding Scholar Award.  According to the ABF’s Executive Director Ajay K. Mehrota: The award recognizes your decades-long work in creating, building, shaping, and internationalizing what has become the field of alternative dispute resolution, and your … Continue reading Carrie Menkel-Meadow Wins American Bar Foundation Outstanding Scholar Award