A JWL liaison acts as a focal point between their university and JWL, exploring and sharing opportunities for engagement in serving students at the margins. This could, for example, take the form of:
Recruiting faculty to teach courses, score essays, conduct interview in the admissions process.
Promoting JWL’s mission through information sessions.
Managing and accrediting JWL Liberal Studies courses (foundation courses which then allow students to progress to a full degree (30 credits), or the Diploma (45 credits).
Offering scholarships to JWL Liberal Studies graduates for Associate’s and/or Bachelor’s degrees.
Participation in research efforts into the root causes of environmental and social degradation with a view to identifying community-based solutions.
For more information, please contact Dr Martha Habash.
Liaison contact details
Gonzaga University: Dr Raymond Reyes firstname.lastname@example.org
Creighton University: Dr Martha Habash email@example.com
John Carroll University: Dr Tina Facca-Miess firstname.lastname@example.org
Marquette University: Terence Miller email@example.com
Regis University: Dr Marie Friedemann firstname.lastname@example.org
Fordham University: Brendan Cahill email@example.com
University of San Francisco: Dr Vivian Faustino-Pulliam firstname.lastname@example.org
Detroit Mercy: Dr Jeffrey Boats email@example.com
Spring Hill College: Daniel Massey firstname.lastname@example.org
Boston College: Marcia Ryan email@example.com
Universitat Oberta de Catalunya in Barcelona: John Okach firstname.lastname@example.org
Comillias Pontifical University: Carlos Ballesteros Garcia email@example.com
Catholic University of Eichstätt-Ingolstadt: Dr Marina Tsoi firstname.lastname@example.org
Ramon Llull University, School of Tourism & Hopitality Management (HTSI):
Dr. Ricard Santomà email@example.com
Hekima University College:
Fr Dr Kifle Wansamo SJ firstname.lastname@example.org
XIM University: Dr S. Peppin email@example.com