Faculty Associate Teaching at the University of Wisconsin – Madison

Since 1987, Jeanan Yasiri has taught several courses including “Entrepreneurship in Society.” Yasiri also teaches:

Consumer Mediation

  • The Need for Mediation
  • Consumers' Perceptions of Problems
  • Alternative Dispute Resolutions
  • Consumer Rage / Implications
  • How Business Says No
  • Elements of Getting Satisfaction
  • Service Recovery
  • The Bottom Line Benefits of the Consumer Affairs Function
  • The Art of Active Listening
  • Handling Public / Media Needs for Information

Community Collaboratives

  • The Power of Collaboration: Why We Need It Now
  • Understanding Service Learning
  • Essential Concepts in Collaboration
  • Stewardship
  • Corporate Social Responsibility / Corporate Citizenship
  • Understanding The Economic Value of Developing Collaborative Relationships
  • Changing Demographics in the U.S.: Our Need to Focus on Multiculturalism
  • A Framework for Collaboration
  • Reviewing Community Based Collaboratives in Action – The Dane County Coalition for Neighborhood Child Health and Madison Area Community Interpretive Service Model
  • Immigrant Populations and Collaboration
  • “Good to Great and the Social Sectors”
  • Exploring Resource and Policy Issues: Water Supplies and Global Warming: Community Based Solutions

Health Care Issues for Individuals, Families and Society

  • Benchmark Developments in Health Care
  • The Complexity of Health Care in the United States
  • The Patient Experience
  • Providers of Care: Hospitals and Ambulatory Care Systems
  • At-Risk Populations: Cultural and Linguistic Barriers
  • The Nursing Shortage
  • Health Care Financing
  • Current Health Issues In Government
  • The Uninsured
  • Health Literacy
  • Palliative Care
  • Patient Complaints and Communicating with Your Health Care Provider