Dr. Ron Fisher "is Professor of International Relations in the Division of International Peace and Conflict Resolution in the School of International Service at American University. He was the Founding Coordinator of the Applied Social Psychology Graduate Program at the University of Saskatchewan, Canada, and has taught at a number of universities in Canada, the United States, and Europe in peace studies and conflict resolution. Dr. Fisher's primary interest focuses on interactive conflict resolution, which involves informal, third party interventions in protracted and violent ethno-political conflict. He has worked on the longstanding dispute in Cyprus and similar conflicts in other parts of the world."  CV
- Staff Member, School of International Service: International Peace & Conflict Resolution
- Editorial Board, Journal of Peace and Conflict Studies 
Conflict Resolution Training
- Austrian Study Center for Peace and Conflict Resolution, Stadtschlaining.
- Canadian International Institute of Applied Negotiation, Ottawa, ON.
- Center for Global Peace, American University, Washington, DC.
- Conflict Management Group, Cambridge, MA.
- Council of Europe, Strasbourg, France.
- Institute for Multi-Track Diplomacy, Washington, DC.
- Institute for World Affairs, Washington, DC.
- United Nations Institute for Training and Research, Geneva.
Current Professional Involvements
- United States Institute of Peace, Washington, DC.
- Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars, Washington, DC.
- Beyond Intractibility
- Alliance for Peacebuilding