Prof. Thomas Gibbons
Dean, School of Professional Studies at Northwestern University
Thomas F. Gibbons is Dean of Northwestern University School of Professional Studies, and a Senior Lecturer with Northwestern's School of Law. Gibbons, a former labor attorney with more than 20 years of experience in negotiations, mediation and arbitration, regularly teaches courses in the field of mediation, arbitration and conflict resolution on the undergraduate and graduate levels at Northwestern University. Gibbons was recently awarded Julius M. Nolte Award for Extraordinary Leadership, from UPCEA the association for leaders in professional, continuing and online education. The award is given to an individual in recognition of unusual and extraordinary contributions to the cause of continuing education on the regional, national and/or international level.
He has taught mediation training at the School of Professional Studies for the past 10 years. Gibbons is a labor arbitrator for the American Arbitration Association, Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service, Illinois Labor Department and Illinois Public Employees Arbitration Roster. He also serves as an employment mediator for the American Arbitration Association and Illinois Public Employees Mediation Roster, as well as a conciliator for the Archdiocese of Chicago's Office of Conciliation.
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