I served on the programming committee for the Pitt-CMU Graduate Philosophy Conference, one of the most competitive and long-standing graduate philosophy conferences in the United States, from 2008-2011, chairing the committee in 2011. More information on the conference can be found at the conference website.
Photos from previous conferences can be found here.
I was the History and Philosophy of Science Department Graduate Representative to the Arts and Sciences Graduate Student Organization from 2008-2011. I have served on a number of internal and external committees, including the Graduate Teaching Award Committee, the Arts and Sciences Planning and Budget Committee, and the Arts and Sciences Graduate Council. I acted as a judge at the GSO's 2010 Graduate Student Research Expo, and I have worked for the University's Graduate and Professional Student Assembly. I have been the History and Philosophy of Science Graduate Student Representative to the Faculty since 2012.