Antonella Regueiro

Assistant professor, Dialogues of Self and Society Tutor

Office location:

Trinity Residence Hall


Phone: +1 561-237-7613

Professional profile

Antonella Regueiro is currently pursuing her Ph.D. in Conflict Analysis and Resolution at Nova Southeastern University. She obtained her M.S. from the same institution and in the same field. Her undergraduate degree was obtained at Florida International University, where she received a B.A. in International Relations with a second major in Religious Studies. She was hired at Lynn University as an Adjunct Professor at the beginning of the 2014-2015 academic year, and was later retained as full-time faculty in the rank of Instructor for the 2015-2016 academic year.

Prior to teaching, she worked as a Graduate Assistant in the Department of Conflict Analysis and Resolution of Nova Southeastern University, and as a tutor for the Institute of Achievement and Learning at Lynn University. She was inducted into the National Society of Collegiate Scholars during her undergrad and to Delta Epsilon Iota Honor Society during her Master's Degree.


B.A., Florida International University
M.S., Nova Southeastern University

Teaching philosophy

Antonella Regueiro believes that teaching is a process in which both students and teachers learn. She is a firm believer in the Socratic method of teaching, as it entices students to do more than just read, memorize and recall information it encourages conversation, learning and mutual understanding. She believes that aiding students in learning how to find information in the vast and sometimes intimidating world of knowledge, is more important than assessing their ability to memorize dates for tests which they will forget as soon as they walk out of the classroom.

She expects students in her classes to interact and learn from each other while she guides them by facilitating their discussions and allowing for subject exploration within the boundaries of the field. She is passionate about the fact that the power of knowledge lies in the hands of a community of scholars, and not solely on her own and that there is no growth in a class where instructors simply sit and lecture what students have already learned from their readings. The point of teaching is to teach students to question what they know, what they think they know and what they might not know. Her wish is to introduce to students a path towards higher education in a way that will encourage students to continue trotting it, rather than deter them from it.

Teaching specialties

Conflict analysis and resolution
Genocide studies
International relations

Awards and honors

  • Delta Epsilon Iota
  • Theta Alpha Kappa
  • National Society of Collegiate Scholars
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