I'm an associate professor of philosophy at my undergraduate alma mater, Western Washington University. My scholarly work is primarily on moral psychology and free will, but I also regularly teach classes on critical thinking, ethics, metaphysics, and philosophy of science. (My CV has the details.)

Before moving back to the Pacific Northwest in 2014, I spent six years at UC Riverside earning my PhD, and five years as an assistant professor at The College of William & Mary.

Outside of the ivory tower, I’m a beer judge, amateur photographer, and father.

You can contact me at neal.tognazzini@wwu.edu.