Educational Technology

January 31, 2019

Law school offers new fellowship to expand online courses

Filed under: Educational Technology — admin @ 12:32 am

By Alec Rich, GW Hatchet
The law school debuted a new fellowship this month focusing on the law behind government contracts. The fellow, who will be a visiting associate professor of law, will help expand the government procurement law program’s online offerings. Officials are hoping to fill the position this spring to help develop new online courses and engage in research and writing, law school officials said. Karen Thornton, the director of the government procurement law program, said the law school administration is funding the fellowship and will recommend the final candidate to the University. The fellow will receive an annual stipend of $55,000 plus benefits, according to a law school release.

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