Faculty

Our faculty are pioneering the emerging social science of restorative practices and continue to work as skilled practitioners sharing both practical skills and powerful ideas to the classroom.

Provost / Associate Professor

Craig Adamson, Ph.D., Provost and Associate Professor, is a veteran restorative practitioner with more than 20 years of experience delivering counseling and educational services to delinquent,

President / Associate Professor

John W. Bailie, Ph.D., is President of the International Institute for Restorative Practices (IIRP). Dr. Bailie is a frequent presenter at national and international conferences on...

Lecturer

Borbála Fellegi, Ph.D., brings her work as a researcher, mediator and conference and peacemaking-circle facilitator to the IIRP. As founder and executive director of the Foresee Research Group, she...

Lecturer

Mary Jo Hebling brings to the IIRP extensive hands-on experience in restorative practices in education. Her work has helped hundreds of schools across the U.S. — urban to rural...

Librarian

Zeau Modig has been involved with public service librarianship for almost 30 years, with experience in special and public libraries. She has worked in sci-tech publishing, working with and...

Associate Professor

Frida Rundell, Ph.D., is a founding IIRP faculty member. A committed practitioner, she brings extensive experience in Narrative and Solution-Focused Therapies, Life-Space Crisis Intervention and the Circle of...

Lecturer

Elizabeth Smull is a skilled restorative practitioner who has provided direct services to struggling youth and their families. A facilitator of Family Group Decision Making (FGDM), she brings extended...