Teaching

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Teaching Awards

2018     A.W. Mellon Fellow in Technology-Enhanced Learning at Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA

2016     AU Core Distance Education Course Development grant

2014    Writing in the Disciplines Seminar Fellowship, University of Pittsburgh-wide award

2014    Speaking in the Disciplines Seminar Fellowship, University of Pittsburgh-wide award

2013    TA/TF Mentor on behalf of the HPS department, University of Pittsburgh

2013    Elizabeth Baranger Excellence in Teaching Award, University of Pittsburgh-wide award

Teaching Experience

Auburn University

2018 (Spring) “Ethical and Conceptual Foundations of Science” (2 sections)
2017 (Summer) “Business Ethics”
2017 (Spring) “Philosophy of Physics”
2017 (Spring) “Introduction to Philosophy” (2 sections)
2016 (Spring) “Philosophy of Science”
2016 (Spring) “Introduction to Philosophy” (2 sections)
2015 (Fall) “Introduction to Philosophy” (2 sections)

University of Pittsburgh – Instructor

2014 (Fall)             “Magic, Medicine and Science” (Intro. to Phil. of Science)
2014 (Spring)        “Einstein for Everyone”(Intro. to Phil. of Physics)
2013 (Fall)             “Morality and Medicine” (Intro. to Biomedical Ethics)
2013 (Fall)             “Mind and Medicine” (Intro. to Phil. of Mind, Cog. Sci., Psychology, and Medicine)
2013 (Summer)    “Morality and Medicine” (Intro. to Biomedical Ethics)
2013 (Summer)    “Magic, Medicine and Science,” (Intro. to Early Modern/Hist. of Modern Phil.)
2013 (Spring)        “Myth and Science,” (Hist. of Ancient Greek Phil.)
2012 (Fall)             “Magic, Medicine and Science,” (Intro. to Early Modern/Hist. of Modern Phil.)
2011 (Fall)              “Problem Solving: How Science Works,” (Critical Reasoning)

University of Pittsburgh – Teaching Assistant

2014 (Fall)          “Morality and Medicine” (3 sections), Assistant for Peter Machamer.
2012 (Spring)     “Magic, Medicine and Science” (4 sections),  Assistant for Paolo Palmieri.
2009 (Spring)    “Mind and Medicine” (4 sections), Assistant for Peter Machamer.
2008 (Fall)         “Einstein for Everyone” (4 sections), Assistant for John D. Norton and Jeremy Butterfield.