Judy Rashid

Judy Rashid

Dr. Judy  Rashid has been involved in education for over 40 years as a former teacher, school principal, and university administrator.  After serving NC A&T State University for 25 years, she retired as the Associate Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs / Dean of Students.  Presently she serves as Adjunct Faculty at NC A&T State University in the Department of Leadership Studies and Adult Education. 

Her research interests include law and higher education, conflict management and resolution, college personnel administration, organizational development, and international collaborative dialogue.

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Articles and Video:

Change Power is in the Process (02/11/22)
This article examines leading in a time of social justice unrest.

Racial Justice Conflict: How “Historical” Racial Symbols Shape Perception, Practices, and Policy (09/03/20)
As the world continues to grapple with racial injustice and unrest as masses of people from all ethnicities protest in the streets, this article examines the subliminal influence of historical racial symbols and practices namely, statues and monuments, slave plantation sites and tours, market houses where slaves were sold, and street names that bear the scars of slavery.

Change Power is in the Process: When Listening is Not Enough (07/17/20)
Since the untimely and senseless killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis on May 25, 2020, the response from many organizations, places of work, and corporations have been to hold listening sessions specifically for African Americans to “share their story” with their peers.

Teaching Social Justice on Campus for Self Awareness, Community Sustainability, and Systems Change (03/02/18)
This article addresses the relevance of teaching social justice on campus - in the classroom and in student affairs - and the challenge of maintaining a balanced and reasoned approach.

The Use of Student Organizations as a Means of Conflict Resolution Education (04/14/14)
Student organizations offer many opportunities for students, including the chance to develop meaningful relationships, to pursue special interests, to clarify a sense of purpose and identity, and to develop interpersonal, leadership, organization, and social skills. Peaceful Approaches to Conflict through Education (P.A.C.E.), a training organization in conflict resolution education for student volunteers, was founded in 1997 by Dr. Judy Rashid at NC A&T State University. The organization seeks to promote, practice, and provide training and skill development in conflict /crisis management.

Conflict Resolution Education: An Examination of Student Learning Outcomes (10/25/10)
Learning should be a transformative activity that integrates academic learning and student development. Often students are expected to know how to handle conflict without being taught the skills; thus, student conduct could be affected. This paper describes quantitative student learning assessment results from an undergraduate course in Conflict Resolution. Results indicate changes in students attitude and learning toward conflict resolution and self-perception.

The Influence Of Culture On Negotiations In South Africa: An Attempt To Promote International Collaborative Dialogue And Research (06/16/08)
In August 2007, two faculty persons traveled to South Africa to establish collaboration in the development of AIDS Online International (AOI), developed by Dr. Jenkins for college students in AIDS education, prevention, and behavioral research. This article describes the project and how culture influenced the negotiating practices and styles of the participants.

From Judy Rashid (08/30/07)
Mediate.com is the most recognized source for easy access to scholarly articles in the field of conflict resolution .

Leadership Development: Conflict Management for College Student Leaders (09/06/05)
Conflict is a pervasive part of group and organizational culture. Therefore, the goal of a group is not to necessarily avoid conflict, but to use conflict as a means of creating a more positive group atmosphere. Also, as conflict increases there is a demand for effective leader skills to increase in managing conflict. This study examined the influence of conflict management training on conflict management style.