INP hosts a number of courses for graduate and undergraduate students.
Below is a sampling of courses taught by INP faculty.
This highly interactive course aims to improve students' skill in resolving conflicts, and draws on a variety of learning methodologies, including lecture, case simulations, self-reflection exercises, and application of negotiation frameworks to conflicts depicted in movies.read more
Taught by Daniel Shapiro. This course offers a powerful framework to help lawyers deal with the emotional dimension of negotiation. Participants will learn prescriptive strategies to change perceived roles from adversaries to colleagues facing a joint problem.read more
Taught by Marshall Ganz. If we understand leadership as accepting responsibility for enabling others to achieve purpose in the face of uncertainty, what makes it "moral?"read more
Taught by Marshall Ganz. Organizing can revitalize existing democratic institutions and create new ones. Students learn how to view social, economic, and political problems from an organizing perspective as well as how to act on them. Practices common to community, electoral, union, and issue organizing are emphasized.read more
Taught by Arthur Kleinman. Compares deep ways of knowing the person, his/her cultural, political, economic and, most especially, moral context. Reads strong examples from each field to learn about individual and collective experience under uncertainty and danger.read more
Taught by Diego Pizzagalli. Provides an introduction to the study of psychopathology from a neurobiological perspective. The course will include sections on neuroanatomy, psychopharmacology, genetics, and emerging trends in a neuroimaging research of psychiatric disorders.read more