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Raúl Fernández-Calienes

Visiting Associate Professor of Legal Writing Skills and Executive Assistant to the Dean

B.A., University of Miami
M.Div., Princeton Theological Seminary
M.A.R., Iliff School of Theology
Ph.D., University of Sydney, Australia
Grad.Cert.Ecum., University of Geneva, Switzerland
Grad.Cert.Publ.Mgt., St. Thomas University
C.P.E., Jackson-Memorial University of Miami Medical Center
C.P.E., Presbyterian-University of Pennsylvania Medical Center

The Rev. Raúl Fernández-Calienes, Ph.D., has been active in education, ministry, and service with minority and indigenous peoples for most of his life. He served on the staff of ecumenical and ecclesial organizations for almost a decade. He also was on the staff of the St. Thomas University Human Rights Institute and has been a consultant with grassroots, church, and educational organizations in the U.S. and overseas. He has won many research and practicum awards, from such organizations as the Lilly Foundation, the Consortium on Rights Development, and the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation. He is a sought-after researcher, writer, and editor, and he has done editorial and production work on many books published in the Americas, Europe, and Asia. At St. Thomas, he was the adjunct faculty member with the Graduate Writing Program, as well as the technical editor for the University’s Self-Study Report 2003 (for 10-year accreditation from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools), and for the law school’s Self Study Report 2005 (for the American Bar Association and the American Association of Law Schools). In 2006, he was an Assistant Editor of the Journal of the Legal Writing Institute; currently, he is Deputy Editor of the Journal of Multidisciplinary Research.