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Teaching Experience

At Rutgers and Virginia Tech I taught courses in epistemology, logic and formal reasoning, and I worked as a TA for introductory ethics and applied ethics. At Wash U., I teach courses in cognitive science, philosophy of mind, and philosophy of language. I can also teach courses on philosophy of science, decision theory,  and ethics.

As Instructor

  • Phil 4061: Topics in Philosophy of Language (Washington University in St. Louis, Fall 2019)

  • PNP/Phil 315: Philosophy of Mind (Washington University in St. Louis, Fall 2019)

  • PNP/Phil 496: Seminar on Representation (Washington University in St. Louis, Spring 2019)

  • PNP 200: Introduction to Cognitive Science (Washington University in St. Louis, Fall 2018)

  • PHIL 109: Formal Reasoning and Decision (Rutgers, Summer 2018)

  • PHIL 109: Formal Reasoning and Decision (Rutgers, Fall 2017)

  • PHIL 220: Theory of Knowledge (Rutgers, Spring 2017)

  • PHIL 109: Formal Reasoning and Decision (Rutgers, Fall 2016)

  • PHIL 201: Introduction to Symbolic Logic (Rutgers, Summer 2012)

  • PHIL 1504: Logic, Reasoning, and Persuasion (Virginia Tech, Summer 2011)

As TA

  • PHIL/COGS 253: Human Nature and Human Diversity (Rutgers, Spring 2018)

  • PHIL 252: Eating Right: The Ethics of Food (Rutgers, Fall 2013)

  • PHIL 252: Eating Right: The Ethics of Food (Rutgers, Fall 2011)

  • PHIL 1504: Logic, Reasoning, and Persuasion (Virginia Tech, Spring 2011)

  • PHIL 1304: Morality and Justice (Virginia Tech, Spring 2010)

  • PHIL 1304:Morality and Justice (Virginia Tech, Fall 2009)

Mentoring Experience

  • Rutgers Summer Institute for Diversity in Philosophy (Summers 2014—2018)

  • Rutgers Philosophy Undergraduate Mentoring Program (2014—2016)