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.

Director of Research and Program Evaluation and Assistant Professor

Gina Baral Abrams, Dr.P.H., has been working to develop healthy communities as a public health practitioner and macro social...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...