Classes
Education

Fall 2020

Section 1488 of PHIL5
Critical Thinking/Writing -- : Aug 17 - Dec 11 2020
This class is offered fully online. There are mandatory class meetings once a week on Monday from 9:00-10:30am. After registering for this class, sign-in to Canvas for additional details.

Section 1491 of PHIL7
Contemporary Moral Issues -- : Aug 18 - Dec 11 2020
This class is offered fully online. There are mandatory class meetings once a week on Tuesday from 9:00-10:30am. After registering for this class, sign-in to Canvas for additional details.

Section 1493 of PHIL5
Critical Thinking/Writing -- : Aug 19 - Dec 11 2020
This class is offered fully online. There are mandatory class meetings once a week on Wednesday from 9:00-10:30am. After registering for this class, sign-in to Canvas for additional details.

Section 2215 of PHIL7
Contemporary Moral Issues -- : Aug 20 - Dec 11 2020
This class is offered fully online. There are mandatory class meetings once a week on Thursday from 9:00-10:30am. After registering for this class, sign-in to Canvas for additional details.

Summer 2020

Section 8466 of PHIL6
Introduction to Philosophy -- : Jun 15 - Jul 26 2020
After registering for this class, click on the section number to find any available online course material.

Spring 2020

Section 5494 of PHIL5
Critical Thinking/Writing -- : Jan 14 - May 14 2020
The above section has a required web component.

Section 5504 of PHIL5
Critical Thinking/Writing -- : Jan 14 - May 14 2020
The above section has a required web component.

Section 5506 of PHIL6
Introduction to Philosophy -- : Jan 13 - May 13 2020

Section 6969 of PHIL6
Introduction to Philosophy -- : Jan 13 - May 13 2020

B.A. Philosophy and Psychology, University of Arizona,  2009

PhD Philosophy, University of Miami, 2016

Academic Experience: 

I've taught philosophy at the college level since 2011, first at the University of Miami as a graduate student and later a visiting lecturer, and now at Santa Rosa Junior College. It's my continuing pleasure and privilege to guide students through philosophical dialogue towards the goals of critical thinking, self-development, and wisdom.