Teaching Experience

This Spring (2019) I am an Assistant Instructor teaching Contemporary Moral Problems, an introductory course in applied ethics. I have full control over the syllabus and content of the course; topics we cover include: the ethics of artificial intelligence, animal ethics, free speech, mass incarceration, and genetic engineering. I also currently mentor an undergraduate philosophy student through UT's Intellectual Entrepreneurship program, which is a program meant to prepare students for graduate school.

I have worked as an Adjunct Instructor in the Adult Degree Program at Huston-Tillotson University, teaching Ethics and Philosophy. I have taught philosophy to high school students at Eastside Memorial High as part of Corrupt the Youth. In college I was an educator at the children's garden in the New York Botanical Gardens (did you know ginger is a rhizome, not a root?).

Teaching CV

Primary Instructor

Contemporary Moral Problems

University of Texas (Spring 2019)

Introduction to Logic

University of Texas (Fall 2018)

Ethics and Philosophy

Huston-Tillotson University (Spring 2018, Summer 2018, Fall 2018)

Teaching Assistant (Lead Discussion Sections)

Human Nature

University of Texas (Fall 2017)

Mind and Body

University of Texas (Spring 2017)

Logic and Scientific Reasoning

University of Texas (Fall 2016)

Problems of Knowledge and Valuation

University of Texas (Spring 2016)

Guest Lectures

"On Referring"

Philosophy of Language, University of Texas (Spring 2019)

"Logic and Conversation"

Philosophy of Language, University of Texas (Fall 2017)

"An Argument for the Identity Theory"

Problems of Knowledge and Valuation, University of Texas (Spring 2016)
Some student art.