Summer 2018: Instructor of Record, Phil 1104: Philosophy and Social Ethics | UCONN
Spring 2018: Instructor of Record, Phil 1101: Problems of Philosophy | UCONN (syllabus)
Fall 2017: Instructor of Record, Phil 1104: Philosophy and Social Ethics | UCONN (syllabus)
Spring 2017: Graduate Assistant, Phil 1102: Philosophy and Logic | UCONN
Fall 2015, Spring 2016, and Fall 2016: Graduate Assistant, Phil 1104: Philosophy and Social Ethics | UCONN Fall 2014, Spring 2015: Teaching Assistant, Phil 1101: Philosophy One: The Meaning of Life | TCU
I greatly value my role in training young minds to think critically and to communicate their ideas clearly and effectively. I think philosophy education has a critical role to play in democratic institutions: in particular, an education in philosophy can improve skills in public discourse and critical thought. I strive for inclusivity in my classrooms. I think the integration of diverse perspectives is not only a moral but also an epistemic imperative --- I think the best way to learn is to interact with people who don't think like you. I strive for a teaching pedagogy that enables all different kinds of voices to be found and heard.