Education and Experience


Education and Experience

Publications and Talks

Courses taught


PhD., Philosophy, awarded May 2000,
        Dissertation: "The Nature of Moral Virtue," directed by Fred Feldman

M.A., Philosophy, awarded February 1998,
University of Massachusetts, Amherst

B.A., Philosophy, awarded June 1994,
Lawrence University, Appleton, Wisconsin

Areas of Specialization
Ethics (moral psychology, meta-ethics, Aristotle)
Philosophy of Religion

Areas of Competence
Philosophy of Mind

Academic Work Experience
Professor, DePauw University, fall 2013-present

Associate Professor, DePauw University, fall 2005- spring 2013

Assistant Professor, DePauw University, spring 2000-spring 2005

Instructor, DePauw University, fall 1999-spring 2000

Teaching Associate, UMass-Amherst, September 1996-May 1998

Teaching Assistant, UMass-Amherst, January 1995-May 1996

Honors and Awards
Johnson Family University Professor (for “sustained excellence in teaching effectiveness, professional activity and service”), 2010-2014

DePauw Faculty Fellowship (for research), 2009-2012

DePauw Summer Stipends (for research), 2004, 2006, 2013

Visiting Graduate Student Fellow, Center for Philosophy of Religion, University of Notre Dame, 1998-99

Certificate of Appreciation for Excellence in Teaching, University of Massachusetts, Introduction to Ethics, Summer 1997

The Hooker Prize (co-winner), University of Massachusetts, Spring 1997

John Herbert and Mamie E. Farley Prize Scholarship in Philosophy (co-winner), Lawrence University, 1994