I am a Rotman Institute of Philosophy Postdoctoral Associate at the Western University (London, ON). And I recently joined the philosophy faculty at Bowling Green State University; where I am developing ethics components for BGSU’s new Data Science PhD program. Before all that, I trained as a PhD fellow in the National Science Foundation’s Ecosystem Restoration through Interdisciplinary Exchange (ERIE-IGERT) program and taught an array of philosophy, applied ethics, science studies, and sustainability courses as a Service-learning Faculty Fellow.
I have published work in peer-reviewed journals including: Philosophical Studies, Studies in History & Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences, Ethics & the Environment, Science & Engineering Ethics, and Ethics, Policy & Environment and have won awards for my research and teaching both.
I received my PhD in September 2015, have upwards of ten peer-reviewed publications, and I've taught over fifty individual courses.
I am also an editorial board member for Studies in History & Philosophy of Biology & Biomedical Sciences, a reviewer for numerous journals, and a recipient and writer of several grants (including NSF, SSHRC, and NSERC grants).
On this site, you can find many details about my research, teaching, and outreach work.
*The photo in the background is of fireflies at dusk. The photo in the foreground is of me.