Teaching

I teach courses in philosophy. I am currently appointed as Lecturer in the Dept. of Philosophy at the University of Colorado, Boulder. On this page, you can find information on the courses I teach, recent recognition I've received for my teaching, and student evaluations of my teaching.

Courses

I teach, have taught, or look forward to teaching classes on (click on underlined courses for sample course syllabi):

Introduction to Philosophy
Introduction to Ethics
Introduction to Practical Ethics
Epistemology
Existentialism
Kant
The Meaning of Life
Metaethics
Phenomenology
Philosophy of Religion
Philosophy of Science
Symbolic Logic

Recognition

Sometimes I win awards for my teaching. Most recently, I was the recipient of the 2016 Marinus Smith Award For Making a Significant Impact on the Lives of CU-Boulder Undergraduate Students, awarded by the CU Parents Association at the University of Colorado, Boulder, and of the inaugural Morriston Teaching Award for Most Outstanding Graduate Instructor for the Academic Year, awarded by the University of Colorado, Boulder Dept. of Philosophy (2015).

Student Evaluations

Click here to view information on student evaluations of my teaching.