Interim Director of the Werner Institute will Teach in Spain
OMAHA, NE (February 28, 2012): Jacqueline Font-Guzmán, Ph.D., interim director and associate professor at the Creighton University School of Law’s Werner Institute, has been honored with a fellowship from the United States Government’s Fulbright Program. Designed to promote mutual understanding between the American people and those in other countries, the Fulbright is the government’s flagship international educational exchange program.
For her fellowship, Font-Guzmán will travel to Madrid, Spain, to serve as Fulbright Senior Lecturer at the Carlos III University Law School from March 1 through May 31 of this year. She will teach basic negotiation theory and practice, the mediation process, and dialogue and conflict engagement to students in the university’s law programs. In addition, she will prepare two presentations for Carlos III University faculty members on issues inherent to establishing and teaching online programs, drawing on her experiences teaching in Creighton’s online Master’s and Certificate in Negotiation and Dispute Resolution programs. READ MORE.