Programme-at-a-Glance

GNS program at a glance

Friday, June 23

9:00-10:00         Registration

10:00-10:30       Opening Ceremony*

10:30-12:30       JUEMUN Forum*

12:30-14:30       Lunch (self serve)

14:30-15:25       Plenary Speaker: Lori Zenuk-Nishide (Kobe City U of Foreign Studies)

What is JUEMUN?

16:00-17:55       Workshop 1a: Andrea Paul (Monash University, Faculty of Medicine)

Negotiation in Practice

18:15-20:15       Networking Party*

Saturday, June 24

9:00-10:25         Workshop 1b: Andrea Paul (Monash University, Faculty of Medicine)

Negotiation in Practice

10:30-11:55       Key Note Workshop: Michiko Kuroda (Mercy College, New York)

Successful Negotiation for Cooperation

12:00-13:55       Poster Sessions in the Foyer & Lunch (self serve)

14:00-14:55       Workshop 2: Jay Klaphake (Kyoto University of Foreign Studies)

Ten Lessons for Being a Better Negotiator

15:00-15:30       Networking Break

15:30-15:55       Session Paper: Barley Mak (The Chinese University of Hong Kong)

Developing Negotiation and Writing Skills through Wikis in Hong Kong

16:00-16:25       Session Paper: Robert Joel Deacon (Nagoya University)

The Evolving Argument: Academic Confrontation and Negotiation

16:30-17:15       Networking Break

17:15-18:00       Webinar: Letizia Cinganotto (Italian Research Institute for Innovation,    Documentation and Educational Research)

Debate in the “Avanguardie Educative” Project

Sunday, June 25

9:00-10:00         Coffee and Networking

10:00-10:25       Session Paper: Noriko Nakanishi, et al. (Kobe Gakuin University)

The challenges to overcoming the “inward tendencies” of Japanese through study abroad programs

10:30-10:55       Session Paper: Donna Tatsuki (Kobe City University of Foreign Studies)
Negotiating in ELF: The Case for Native-Speaker Training

11:00-11:55       Workshop 3: J. Barrie Roberts (Chapman University Fowler School of Law)

Getting to “Yes” as a Second Language 

12:00-13:00       Lunch (self serve)

13:00-13:55       Workshop 4: David Kluge (Nanzan University)

Non-confrontational Debate: Debate Skills for Collaborative Communication

14:00-14:25       Session Paper: Tsuyoshi Kida (Tsukuba University)

From Global Negotiation Skill to Earth Literacy

14:30-14:55       Session Paper: Craig Smith (Kyoto University of Foreign Studies)

Community Engagement Projects: Negotiating Staff-Student-Faculty Consensus

15:15-16:15       Final Panel: Moderator, David Kluge (all workshop plenarists)

Round up session and closing remarks

16:30-17:00       Closing Ceremony*