Dan Griffith is Director of Conflict Resolution and Dialogue Programs in the Office of Intercultural Literacy, Capacity and Engagement.  In this capacity, he provides training and consultation on topics and issues related to conflict management and dialogue facilitation for leaders, administrators, employees, and academic and administrative units.  He also directs the IUPUI Intergroup Dialogue Initiative which involves the co-facilitation of in-depth dialogue processes and conversations on race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, class/rank, and other social identities. He also supports faculty in the development of an undergraduate Certificate in Intergroup Dialogue.  Dan partners with the IUPUI Office of Equal Opportunity to facilitate the annual IUPUI Mediation Training program to develop campus peer mediators to address basic conflict situations and communication challenges in work and learning environments. Dan is also associate faculty for the IU School of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, teaching an undergraduate course on diversity.  He previously served other IU schools as associate faculty and has taught graduate and undergraduate courses in human resources management, organizational leadership, mediation, and negotiations and alternative dispute resolution.  A licensed attorney and registered civil mediator, Dan earned his J.D. degree from the IU Robert H. McKinney School of Law.  He also holds certifications as a senior professional in human resource management.