St. Thomas’ Artika Tyner to Give Keynote at Conflict Resolution Conference at U of M April 29

Dr. Artika Tyner, the new associate vice president of diversity and inclusion at the University of St. Thomas, will give the keynote address later this month at the annual conference of Conflict Resolution Minnesota.

Tyner will discuss “A Call to Leadership: Strategies for Building Restorative Communities” on Friday, April 29,  at 9 a.m. at the University of Minnesota’s Continuing Education Conference Center, 1890 Buford Ave., St. Paul.

That afternoon, Tyner will lead a conference session on “Leadership for Social Justice,” and Dr. Michael Klein, an assistant professor of justice and peace studies at St. Thomas, will lead a session on “Conflict in Democratizing Leadership.”

The conference is open to the public and fees vary. For more information visit Conflict Resolution Minnesota’s website or call (952) 858-8875.