Prof. Jaime Francisco Castillo is professor of Software Engineering at Puebla State University (UPAEP), in Puebla, Mexico, where he has been teaching for the past 12 years. He obtained his Bachelor’s in Information Technology in 1989 from the University of Puebla Valley (Puebla, Mexico), where he also obtained his Master’s in Business Administration in 1994. Jaime specializes in software quality assurance and systems development project management. He has directed several educational joint venture projects with San Diego State University and with the University of Central Oklahoma, where he has done postgraduate studies in IT. Jaime is a founding member of the Center for Science and Religion Studies (CECIR) at Puebla State University, and in January 2002, was co-collaborator of the Latin American Workshop of the Science and Religion Course Program and the VI International Encounter of the Centers of Culture.