Professor Eric Boos joined the UW-Fond du Lac faculty in 2008. He has an extensive range of teaching experience at a variety of colleges and universities and is a licensed attorney with experience in litigation and international law.
UW-Fond du Lac students awarded Professor Boos the Teaching Excellence Award in 2010 and 2011.
Professor Boos taught law courses in Africa and Lithuania, was named a Fulbright Scholar for 2003-04 at Sokoine University in Tanzania, was awarded the State Bar Award for Academic Excellence in 2001 and was an FLAS Fellow at UW-Madison for 2001-02.
Boos is a 20-year volunteer instructor for the American Red Cross and has served in Haiti and Tanzania as a Catholic lay missionary working in inner-city hospitals, AIDS clinics, leprosy clinics, schools, shelters and half-way houses.
He has skied the American Birkebeiner ten years in a row and currently operates an organic farm.
B.S. Philosophy, St. Joseph's College, 1986 M.A. Applied Philosophy, Bowling Green State University, 1988 Ph.D. Philosophy, Marquette University, 1996 J.D. Law, University of Wisconsin, 2002 LL.M. International Law, University of Wisconsin, 2003
Graduate work in Theology, Education, African Studies