Here’s a list of some of the courses I’ve taught as instructor of record (recent syllabi linked):
- Bioethics, University of Nevada, Reno (Spring 2021)
- Philosophy of Law, University of Nevada, Reno (Fall 2022)
- Political Philosophy, University of Nevada, Reno (Fall 2020)
- Introduction to Moral Theory, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (Spring 2020)
- Advanced Topics in Political Philosophy, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (Spring 2020)
- Morality, Law, and Justice: Issues in Legal Philosophy, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (Fall, 2019)
- Introduction to Social Ethics and Political Thought, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (Fall, 2019)
- Human Nature, University of Texas at Austin (Spring, 2018)
- Introduction to Political Philosophy, University of Texas at Austin (Fall, 2017)
- Philosophy and Ethics, Huston-Tillotson University (taught seven times over two years, 2016-2017)
In 2022, I was honored to receive the Alan Bible Excellence in Teaching Award, which is awarded to one recipient annually across UNR’s Colleges of Liberal Arts and Sciences.
I’ve also engaged in pedagogical activities beyond the traditional classroom. At UNC, I convened a weekly undergraduate reading group on Arendt’s Crises of the Republic, in the backroom of a Chinese restaurant. At UT, I helped to run a year-long conference course on Hegel’s Phenomenology for a group of interested undergraduates, and I served as a volunteer mentor to individual undergraduate students, through UT’s pre-graduate school mentorship program.
I also volunteered as an instructor at Eastside Memorial High School in Austin, Texas, through the Corrupt the Youth philosophy outreach program. You can learn more about the program here.
I started a college ethics bowl program at UNR, and have been working to establish a regional high school competition in Nevada as well.
For a detailed teaching portfolio, including course evaluations, click here.