School of Prof & Extd Studies
Additional Positions at AUAssistant Dean for Faculty Affairs
- Jason Fabrikant is the Assistant Dean for Faculty Affairs in the School of Professional and Extended Studies (SPExS). He manages faculty affairs including appointments and reappointments in SPExS. He is also an Assistant Professor and teaches Criminal Justice in the Justice & Law Seminar of the Washington Semester Program. He also has instructed "Politics in the U.S." in the Washington Mentorship Program, and has instructed "Applied U.S. Politics" in the Graduate Gateway Program. He has also taught two courses online and face-to-face: "D.C. and Voting Rights," and "The Supreme Court, the Death Penalty, and International Law." Professor Fabrikant has also instructed "American Legal Culture" in the Justice, Law, and Criminology Department, and "Constitutional Law II, Civil Rights and Civil Liberties" in the Department of Government. Professor Fabrikant is a native Washingtonian and attended DC Public Schools for primary and secondary education. He is a member of the DC, NM, & Supreme Court Bar, and enjoys attending oral arguments.
DegreesJD, Washington College of Law
BA, University of Pennsylvania
Favorite Spot on Campus:Quad
Favorite Place in Washington DC:C & O Canal
Book Currently Reading:Capitol Punishment
Languages Spoken:Spanish, Proficient
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Welcome New Students! I am already excited for the spring 2012 semester. It is best to reach me by email before the start of the semester. I will be abroad until January 15th, 2012.