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Spring 2014

  1. Phil 80-246: Moral Psychology

  2. Students: you can access course readings, announcements, and assignments by logging on to the course Blackboard site

  3. Office hours: M/W 2:00-3:00 and by appointment

  4. Office: Baker Hall 161B


Courses taught at the University of Arizona

  1. Business Ethics (online) (Summer 2012, Summer 2013)

  2. The Moral Mind (online) (Fall 2012)

  3. Introduction to Moral and Social Philosophy (online) (Summer 2011, Fall 2011, Spring 2013)

  4. Medical Ethics (Spring 2009, Fall 2010)

  5. Philosophical Perspectives on the Individual (Fall 2010)

  6. Introduction to Philosophy (online) (Summer 2010)

  7. Existential Problems: Death and the Meaning of Life (Spring 2008)


Course Development

  1. Developed the instructor and student online resources for Oxford University Press for Philosophy: Traditional and Experimental Readings (Ed. by Fritz Allhoff, Ron Mallon, & Shaun Nichols) (Fall 2011- Spring 2012)

  2. Developed the online version of “Introduction to Moral and Social Philosophy” for the department’s Online Certificate in Applied Ethics program as part of a grant sponsored by the UA Initiative for Development of Online Programs (Spring 2011)

  3. Instructional trainer for online course development (Spring 2011)