Lecturer, Liberal Arts (2018). BS 2011, North Carolina State; MA 2017, SUNY; MA 2019, Northwestern; PhD (expected 2021), Northwestern. Publications: "Coronavirus Ontology" (2020), Scientific Data; "Infectious Disease in 2020: (2020), OSF; "Organ Transplants" (2019), AJOB; "Diversity at End of Life" (2020), AJOB; "Careful What You Wish" 2017, Philosophia; "Judgments of Moral Responsibility in Tissue Donation Scenarios", 2017, Bioethics; "The Ties that Undermine" 2016, Bioethics.
I work largely in the intersection of social epistemology, applied logic, and ethics. I'm interested in analyses of attitudes such as believing, hoping, desiring, wishing, loving, etc., and the responsibilities associated with these attitudes as they play out in our lives. With respect to teaching, I incorporate a problem-solving-heavy approach, where students are encouraged in class to work together to solve problems carefully constructed to target learning outcomes. I am also focused on guiding students to develop and hone useful thinking habits in the classroom.
Judgements of Moral Responsibility in Tissue Donation Cases
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