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This capstone course includes an initial two-day residency, where each MSL student presents a proposal for completion of a project of direct relevance to their current work-place. Research action projects will utilize standardized approaches used in a student’s chosen field such as development of an environmental assessment, creation of a legal compliance program, design of a workplace dispute system, or preparation of a conflict resolution curriculum. Research action projects are expected to be professional in their presentation, but need not adhere to the formal thesis guidelines typically utilized by seminar teachers.
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