Adriana Sanford

Profesor Derecho UC, Hernán Salinas

Human Rights Watch Director, José Miguel Vivanco

Director del Centro de Estudios Internacionales UC, ​Jorge Sahd



A Global Perspective

GEORGETOWN UNIVERSITY                                       
     Dean’s Visiting Scholar                                                                                             
     Georgetown University Law Center 

     2016 - present                                                          


UNIVERSIDAD DE TALCA

     Visiting Professor                                                                                     
     Facultad de Economía y Negocios
     2017 - present


     Visiting Research Professor                                                                                     
     Facultad de Economía y Negocios

     2016 - 2017


ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY                                                             
     Clinical Associate Professor                                                                                     
     W.P. Carey School of Business                     
     2013 - present


     Honors Faculty                                                                                         
     Barrett, The Honors College
     2013 - 2017


     Lincoln Professor of Global Corporate Compliance                         
     Lincoln Center of Applied Ethics
     2014 - 2015


     Residential Faculty Fellow                                                                                        
     College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
     2014 - 2015
 
     Clinical Assistant Professor                                                                                      
     W.P. Carey School of Business

     2012 - 2013

TEACHING / CONTENT DEVELOPMENT

United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean

ECLAC’s 2017 Summer School

Debate on Globalization and its Impact on the Region’s Economic Structures and Sociopolitical Conflicts

 Graduate MBA and MiM Programs: Ethics Courses
• Ethical Issues for Managers (LES 582)
• Ethical Leadership (MGT 591)

 
Undergraduate Program: Law/ International / Ethics Courses     
• Law and Ethics for Managers (LES 305)
• Principles of International Management (MGT 302)
• Global Supply Chain Ethics (SCM 394)




Legal, Ethical and Regulatory Issues For Managers (LES 305)
Developed: new course structure and all media content
(MP3s, MP4s, and slides)
 40 multimedia videos with professional audio
(over 3,200 slides)


Principles of International Management (MGT 302)
Developed: new course structure and all media content
(15 multimedia videos with professional audio)


Ethical Issues For Managers (LES 582), MiM Full-Time
(created previously non-existing course)
Developed: all media content, including podcasts, videos, slides


Ethical Leadership: Creating Vision and Strategic Direction (MGT 591) 

Developed: new course structure and all media content
 22 multimedia videos with professional audio


Global Supply Chain Ethics (SCM 394)

(created previously non-existing course)





ASU 5-YEAR TEACHING LOAD



ACADEMIC YEAR 2016-2017
GRADUATE AND UNDERGRADUATE LOAD


Law and Ethics for Managers (LES 305), Online and Hybrids


Fall 2016: • BlackBoard iCollege; class size 571 students
• Accelerated iCollege; class size 273 students
• Hybrid (face-to-face/ iCollege); class size 94 students


Spring 2017: • BlackBoard iCollege; class size 285 students
• Accelerated iCollege; class size 285 students
• Hybrid (face-to-face/ iCollege); class size 100 students


Summer 2017: • BlackBoard iCollege; class size 200 students


Barrett Honors Enrichment Program
(Honors Contracts in Money Laundering, Tax Evasion, Cybercrime, Product Counterfeiting)
Fall 2016: • Face-to-face class; class size 2 students



ACADEMIC YEAR 2015-2016
GRADUATE AND UNDERGRADUATE LOAD: 1485 students (2 TAs)


Law and Ethics for Managers (LES 305), Online and Hybrids


Fall 2015: • BlackBoard iCollege; class size 270 students
• Accelerated iCollege; class size 248 students
• Hybrid (face-to-face/ iCollege); class size 90 students


Spring 2016: • BlackBoard iCollege; class size 281 students
• Accelerated iCollege; class size 260 students
• Hybrid (face-to-face/ iCollege); class size 93 students


Summer 2016: • BlackBoard iCollege; class size 200 students


Ethical Issues for Managers (LES 582), Masters of Science in Management (MIM)


Spring 2016: • Face-to-face; class size 43 students




ACADEMIC YEAR 2014-2015

GRADUATE AND UNDERGRADUATE LOAD: 1137 students (2 TAs)


Law and Ethics For Managers (LES 305), Online and Hybrids


Fall 2014: • BlackBoard iCollege; class size 273 students
• Accelerated iCollege; class size 126 students
• Hybrid (face-to-face/ iCollege); class size 56 students


Spring 2015: • BlackBoard iCollege; class size 274 students
• Hybrid (face-to-face/ iCollege); class size 90 students


Summer 2015: • BlackBoard iCollege; class size 244 students



Ethical Leadership: Creating Vision and Strategic Direction (MGT 591), MBA


Spring 2015: • BlackBoard iCollege; class size 29 students


Ethical Issues for Managers (LES 582), Program: Masters of Science in Management


Spring 2015: • Face-to-face; class size 41 students




ACADEMIC YEAR 2014-2013
GRADUATE AND UNDERGRADUATE LOAD: 1813 students (1 TA)


MGT 302 mentorship: conveyed teaching skills to professor-level faculty colleague


Law and Ethics For Managers (LES 305), Online and Hybrids


Fall 2013: • BlackBoard iCollege; class size 246 students
• Accelerated iCollege; class size 236 students

Summer 2014: • BlackBoard iCollege; class size 107 students


Spring 2014: • BlackBoard iCollege; class size 253 students

• Accelerated iCollege; class size 248 students
• Hybrid (face-to-face/ iCollege); class size 83 students



Barrett Honors Enrichment Program
(Honors Contracts in Money Laundering, Tax Evasion, Cybercrime, Product Counterfeiting)
Fall 2013: • Face-to-face class; class size 5 students



Ethical Leadership: Creating Vision and Strategic Direction (MGT 591), MBA Online


Spring 2014: • BlackBoard iCollege; class size 31 students
Developed: new course structure and all media content
 22 multimedia videos with professional audio



Principles of International Management (MGT 302), Online


Fall 2013: • BlackBoard iCollege; class size 267 students
• Pearson eCollege; class size 8 students


Spring 2014: • BlackBoard iCollege; class size 258 students
• Pearson eCollege; class size 26 students
Developed: new course structure and all media content
(15 multimedia videos with professional audio)



Ethical Issues For Managers (LES 582), MiM Full-Time
(created previously non-existing course)


Fall 2013: • Face-to-face class; class sizes 28 students
• Face-to-face class; class sizes 30 students
Developed: all media content, including podcasts, videos, slides



ACADEMIC YEAR 2012-2013
UNDERGRADUATE LOAD: 510 students (2 TAs)


Legal, Ethical and Regulatory Issues For Managers (LES 305), Online


Fall 2012: • BlackBoard iCollege; class size 230 students
Developed: new course structure and all media content
(MP3s, MP4s, and slides)
 40 multimedia videos with professional audio
 over 3,200 slides


Spring 2013: • Accelerated iCollege; class size 193 students


Summer 2013: • BlackBoard iCollege; class size 87 students



Barrett Honors Enrichment Program

(Honors Contracts in Money Laundering, Tax Evasion, Cybercrime, Product Counterfeiting)


Fall 2012: Face-to-face class; class size 6 students



ACADEMIC YEAR 2011-2012
UNDERGRADUATE LOAD: 95 students 


Co-taught course with Professor Lora Koretz


Legal, Ethical and Regulatory Issues For Managers (LES 305), Online
 Summer 2012: • BlackBoard iCollege; class size 95 students

UC Asesor de Internacionalización y de Postdoctorado Jorge Rojas

Profesora Visitante de UTALCA Adriana Sanford


UC Asesor de Internacionalización y de Postdoctorado Jorge Rojas

Profesora Visitante de UTALCA Adriana Sanford

Ex-Presidente del Senado de Chile, Sergio Romero Pizarro 

​​Universidad Católica

Centro de Estudios Internacionales

Santiago, Chile​

COURSES OFFERED

ASU 5-Year

Service Recognition Pin

​​​​​​​Provided face-to-face, hybrid, and online instruction to over 1,800 students on a yearly basis 


5 - YEAR  COURSE LOAD AND CONTENT DEVELOPMENT   (2012 - 2017)



80 alumnos de carreras de pregrado y profesora visitante de la UTALCA Adriana Sanford


5-YEAR TEACHING LOAD

GRADUATE/UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS PER ACADEMIC YEAR


Grad/Undergrad Students                            Academic Year
   

        1,901                                                                   2016 - 2017    

    1,485                                                                   2015 - 2016
        1,137                                                                   2014 - 2015    
    1,813                                                                   2013 - 2014
        510                                                                      2012 - 2013    
        95                                                                        2011 - 2012    

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                                   6,941  ASU university students                                                                                   




 

 

Universidad de Talca

Facultad de Economía y Negocios

 pregrado y posgrado ​cursos sobre liderazgo ético

Talca, Chile

​2017

Se realizó en la Facultad de Derecho UC el Punto de Encuentro: Crisis en Venezuela, que contó con la participación del Director de la División de las Américas de Human Rights Watch, José Miguel Vivanco.

La actividad fue organizada por el Centro de Estudios Internacionales de la Universidad Católica, con el apoyo del profesor Derecho UC, Hernán Salinas, y el consejero del CEIUC, Sergio Romero. Entre los asistentes, destacaron académicos de distintas universidades, miembros del cuerpo diplomático y personeros de América Latina. En el encuentro, Vivanco desarrolló un extenso análisis sobre la situación venezolana, en el que manifestó una dura crítica al gobierno de Venezuela. "Cuesta entender que un régimen por razones ideológicas no reconozca la profunda crisis humanitaria que vive su país. Y aún más, que tampoco pida, ni permita, la ayuda internacional para paliar tal crisis".