For Distinguished Service to expanding knowledge in the field of Conflict Resolution
Presented by The Association for Conflict Resolution’s Education, Research and Training Section
Established in 2007 by the Education Section of the Association of Conflict Resolution (ACR), the William J. Kreidler Award is given to a person who has engaged in education, research, teaching or writing and whose work has advanced the field of conflict resolution.
If you would like to nominate someone who you feel deserves this special acknowledgment, please complete the contact form at http://acreducation.weebly.com/ with your name and email, note The William J. Kreidler Award, the name and contact information of the individual that you wish to nominate, the contribution that they have made along with the reasons for making your nomination.
Eligibility: Educators, trainers, researchers, authors, and scholars in the field of conflict resolution. Awards may go to an individual or a partnership team (see award details).
Contribution: By contribution, we mean "a form of education, training, research, teaching, or writing that results in individual ability, group capacity, or public knowledge of conflict resolution."
1. The contribution benefits the knowledge, skills, or aptitude of individuals, schools, communities, society and/or association for conflict resolution;
2. The contribution is created and sustained through use by practitioners, schools, associations, and communities;
3. The contribution is communicated through publication, academic presentation, community presentation and/or public use; and
4. The contribution creates, applies, or studies conflict resolution methods or processes and their impacts.
Number of Awards: One
Application Opens: April 4, 2018
Nomination Due: August 4, 2018
Announcement Date: September 4, 2018
Presentation Date: October 3, 2018 at the President's Luncheon
The 2018 ACR Annual Conference will be held at the Doubletree by Hilton Pittsburgh-Green Tree, Pittsburgh, PA October 3-5, 2018. This year's conference theme is "ACR, Next Gen: Boldly Leading Conflict Engagement into the Future" reflecting the vision of leading conflict engagement by honoring the past and influencing the future.
For more information, please download the Award Outline in the link below. To submit a nomination or if you have any questions, complete the contact form found on this page.
The ACR Education, Research and Training Section