As a graduate student and adjunct instructor at the University of Arizona, I had extensive opportunities to gain experience teaching a wide variety of courses in philosophy. Over the span of eleven years, I had the opportunity to teach or assist in 64 courses, enrolling 13,923 students.
Mind, Matter & God
An introduction to the history of philosophy, structured around philosophical concepts in the philosophy of mind, metaphysics, and the philosophy of religion.
- 33 courses — Fall 2007 through Summer 2016
- Total Enrollment: 9,551
An introduction to business ethics. Covered topics include whistleblowing, advertising, bribery, kickbacks, insider trading, and regulation.
- 11 courses — Fall 2012 through Summer 2016
- Total Enrollment: 2,288
An introduction to environmental ethics. Covered topics include animal rights, population, and pollution.
- 6 courses — Spring 2014 through Summer 2016
- Total Enrollment: 836
An upper-division survey course of topics in medical ethics. Covered topics include doctor-patient relationships, organ transplantation, and end of life care.
- 4 courses — Fall 2007, Summer 2010, Spring 2011, Summer 2015
- Total Enrollment: 145
Ethics & Economics of Wealth Creation
A survey course of topics at the intersection of ethics and economics.
- 3 courses — Spring 2013 through Fall 2014
- Total Enrollment: 500
Justice and Virtue
An introduction to moral philosophy, focused by historical figures and modern issues in applied ethics.
- 2 courses — Fall 2006, Fall 2008
- Total Enrollment: 172
Philosophical Perspectives on the Individual
An introduction to philosophy, focusing on topics of mind, identity, freedom, religion and epistemology.
- 2 courses — Spring 2006, Fall 2007
- Total Enrollment: 168
An exploration of the history of ethical thought, connecting philosophical thinkers with modern issues in applied ethics. Historical figures presented include Plato, Aristotle, Hobbes, Locke, Mill, and Kant.
- 1 course — Fall 2008
- Total Enrollment: 91
Introduction to Ancient Philosophy
A survey course of ancient philosophy, organized topically around issues in ethics, moral psychology, and metaphysics.
- 1 course — Spring 2007
- Total Enrollment: 86
Science and Inquiry
A survey course in the philosophy of science.
- 1 course — Fall 2005
- Total Enrollment: 86
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