Directory » NANCE ALGERT
Department
Education
Ph.D., Educational Psychology, Texas A&M University (1998)
M.Ed., Educational Psychology, Texas A&M University (1992)
B.S., Physical Education, Texas A&M University (1987)
NANCE ALGERT
Clinical Professor
BIOGRAPHY
Nance T Algert is President of The Center for Change and Conflict Resolution (CCCR), a Professor of Practice in the College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences and a Clinical Professor in the Department of Educational Administration and Human Resource Development, both at Texas A&M University. She is a Licensed Professional Counselor, Licensed Mediator, TMCA Distinguished Mediator, and Fellow of the American Psychotherapy Association. As President of the CCCR, she provides counseling, consulting, and conflict management services. She works with individuals and organizations in higher education on building capacity for effective communication, conflict management and diversity, change management, and organizational development. She has held a variety of leadership roles including assistant dean for organization development and diversity initiatives in the College of Education and Human Development and director for climate assessment and diversity initiatives in the Office for Diversity. She consults nationally and internationally on capacity building, diversity, and conflict management, and is the author of numerous publications. She teaches undergraduate and graduate courses on conflict management and dialogue, and is a former member of the Board of Directors for the Difficult Dialogues National Resource Center. Her overarching professional and research interests include supporting individuals and organizations in honing their power to accomplish their personal and professional goals.
COURSES TAUGHT
CDED617. Trans Fr School To Wrk
2004C
EHRD408.
2005A
EHRD408. Diversity Issues In HRD
2008C,2007C,2007A,2004C
EHRD413. CONFLICT MGMT & DIALOGUE
2016A
EHRD489. SPECIAL TOPICS IN
2015A
EHRD619. CONFLICT MGMT AND DIALOGUE
2020C,2020A,2019C,2019A,2018C
EHRD689. SPECIAL TOPICS IN
2016C,2015C
INST310. Understand Special Popul
2008A,2007C
INST310.
2008C,2007A
SPED622.
2005A


SELECTED PUBLICATIONS
Books and Monographs
Watson, N., Watson, K.L., & Stanley, C.A. (2nd. Ed). (2017). Conflict management and dialogue in higher education: A global perspective. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
Watson, N., Watson, K.L., & Stanley, C.A. (2016). Conflict management and dialogue in higher education: A global perspective. Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing
Journal Articles
Algert, N.E., & Stanley, C.A. (2007, September). Conflict management. Effective Practices for Academic Leaders, Vol. 2(9),1-16.
Stanley, C.A. & Algert, N.E. (2007). An exploratory study of the conflict management styles of department heads in a research university setting. Innovative Higher Education, (32), 1,49-65.
Stanley, C.A., Waston, K.L., & Algert, N.E. (2005, November). A faculty development model for mediating diversity conflicts in the university setting. The Journal of Faculty Development, 20(3), 129-142.
Book Chapters
Watson, N.T., & Stanley, C.A. (2018). Conflict management in higher education: International perspectives and practices. In N.T. Watson, X. Lei, & M. Etchells (Eds.), An international perspective on conflict management in higher education (pp. 1-15). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing. Charlotte, NC: Information Ag
Xie, L., Watson, N. T. & Etchells, M. (2018). Conflict management in higher education: Conclusion. In N.T. Watson, Xie, L., & M. Etchells, (Eds). An international perspective on conflict management in higher education (pp. 171-183). Book series Editors F. Nafukho and B. Irby. Charlotte, N
Algert, N. & Parrish, L. (2000). Cultural perspectives on behavioral disorders. In C.R. Reynolds & Fletcher-Janzen, E. (Eds.) Encyclopedia of Special Education 2nd edition. Pp.517-520. New York, NY: Wiley and Sons.

RESEARCH PROJECTS
Event Sponsorship: Dialogue on Climate, Inclusion, and Respect
PI. Oak Ridge Associated Universities (Private)
2014-10-07 — 2015-05-30