I am prepared to teach courses in applied and normative ethics, epistemology, ancient/medieval philosophy, modern philosophy, philosophy of religion, philosophy of mind, political philosophy, feminist philosophy and moral psychology. I have experience in teaching both in-person and online courses. Previous to teaching at the undergraduate level, I taught theology and philosophy at the high school level, developing a new curriculum for the school. I am committed to the view that education aims at a wholistic formation of the student. You can read more about my teaching philosophy here.
I have received a certificate in teaching from the Center for Teaching and Learning at Washington University in St. Louis and have participated in various additional pedagogically focused seminars, such as the intensive weeklong workshop, University of Notre Dame Summer Seminar for Science and Religion Educators.
A collection of student comments from course evaluations can be seen here. Numerical course evaluation scores can be seen here.
Courses taught at University College at Washington University in St. Louis
- Biomedical Ethics (Fall 2018, Spring 2020)
- Business Ethics (Summer 2020)
Pre-college exploratory course taught at Washington University in St. Louis
- What Should I Believe and Why? (Summer 2022)
Courses taught at Assumption High School
- Social Ethics and Moral Reasoning (Fall 2014, Fall 2015)
- Value Debate (Fall 2015)
- Our Personality Patterns (Winter 2015)
- Christian Apologetics (Fall 2014)