On this page you will find a link to my teaching statement, past teaching experience, and links to the syllabus of proposed courses.

Teaching Statement link

Teaching Experience

   Post Doctoral Fellow

DePauw University
Introduction to Philosophy Fall 2016 Syllabus
Native American Philosophy Spring 2017 Syllabus
Feminism and Science Spring 2017  Syllabus
Ethical Issues in Indian Country Spring 2017  Syllabus

   Contingent/Adjunct Faculty

       University of Washington
       Practical Reasoning Spring 2018 Syllabus

       Bellevue College
       Contemporary Moral Problems Winter 2018 Syllabus
       Introduction to Philosophy Winter 2018  Syllabus

Seattle University
Introduction to Philosophy  Spring 2016 Syllabus

Green River College
Critical Thinking  Winter 2016 Syllabus
Introduction to Philosophy (Hybrid)  Winter 2016 Syllabus

Pacific Lutheran University
Women and Philosophy  Fall 2015 Syllabus

   Solo Instructor, University of Washington-Tacoma

Introduction to Philosophy   Summer 2014 (Term A) Syllabus
Practical Reasoning   Winter 2014 Syllabus, Spring 2014 Syllabus

   Solo Instructor, University of Washington

Contemporary Moral Problems   Summer 2013  Syllabus
Practical Reasoning   Spring 2011   Syllabus

UW Robinson Center for Young Scholars
Summer Challenge for 5th and 6th grade:
“The Meaning of Life” Introduction to Philosophy   Summer 2006   Syllabus

Guest Lecturer 

“Misled by Metaphor: Ingrained Analogies and Science”, Wabash College, April 20, 2017

“Metaphor Guided Research and the Need for Robust Critique”: Metaphors in Use, Lehigh University Third Annual Conference, October 8-9, 2015.

“Social and Ethical Issues in Nanotechnology” The Nanotech User Facility at the request of Dr. Alec Pakhomov, The University of Washington, April 2011.

“Ethical Reasoning and Science”  Ethics in Nanotechnology Course at the request of Dr. Marjorie Olmstead, October 5, 2010

Proposed Syllabi

Intro to the Philosophy of Science

Philosophy of Biology