Community Resolution Services (CRS) in NSU’s School of Humanities and Social Sciences (SHSS) participated in NSU’s CommunityFest on Saturday, Feb. 8th. The CRS booth provided two activities for community members.
One activity focused on fun facts related to NSU and the 25th Anniversary of SHSS. Participants were invited to spin a wheel and relate the facts to NSU and SHSS. The second activity invited participants to learn how to create origami pieces and instructions and origami papers were provided. The students who worked on the CRS booth came from all three departments in SHSS: Conflict Analysis and Resolution (DCAR), Family Therapy (DFT) and Multidisciplinary Studies (DMS). The students included Naz Ozaki, CRS Coordinator and Nekeisha Bascombe, Suzette Henry Campbell, and Edwina Ward.
CRS is a practicum site for graduate students from the Department of Conflict Analysis and Resolution (DCAR) and students in the Master of Arts Program in Cross-Disciplinary Studies (MACS) in the Department of Multidisciplinary Studies (DMS). CRS offers trainings and workshops, and other services to individuals, families, groups, and organizations. For more information about CRS, please contact Naz Ozaki, CRS Coordinator at 954-262-4237 or at firstname.lastname@example.org, or contact CRS Director Judith McKay, J.D., Ph.D, at 954-262-3060 or at email@example.com.