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Teaching Assistantships

Teaching Assistantships are reserved for juniors and seniors who have demonstrated strong skills in Philosophy or Religion. Students involved in such assistantships lead activities such as study groups, do advising and tutoring, hold conference hours, and under the guidance of the professor, present a lecture to the class.

 

Recent Teaching Assistantships include:

 

MacKenzie Nekton, Fall 2019

Philosophical Problems of Law and Justice

Teaching Assistant for Professor Delmas

 

Gabe García, Fall 2019

Goddesses, Witches, Saints, and Sinners: Women in Western Religions

Teaching Assistant for Professor Goodwin

 

Will Whitworth, Fall 2019

Introduction to Economic Justice

Teaching Assistant for Professor Parekh

 

Kaleem Ahmind, Fall 2019

Business Ethics– Teaching Assistant for Professor Illingworth

Debating Ethical Controversies– Teaching Assistant for Professor Shorey

 

Emma Andrews, Fall 2019

Contemporary Political Thought

Teaching Assistant for Professor Delmas

 

Jackson Reimer, Spring 2019

Democracy and Social Choice Group

Teaching Assistant for Professor Smead

 

Samantha Hirshland, Spring 2019

Rossetti Research Group

Teaching Assistant for Professor Smead

 

Devin Lane, Fall 2017

Social and Political Philosophy

Teaching Assistant for Professor Delmas.

 

Aja Watkins, Fall 2014, Fall 2015, Fall 2016, Fall 2017

Introduction to Logic

Teaching Assistant for Professor Smead.

 

Mahmoud Jalloh, Fall 2015

Ethics of Emerging Technology

Teaching Assistant for Professor Basl.

 

Kelcy Dolan, Fall 2017-Spring 2018

Apocalypticism and Film, Science Fiction and Film

Grading Assistant for Professor Winborne.

 

Masound Ghorbaninejad, Fall 2017

Apocalypticism and Film, Science Fiction and Film

Grading Assistant for Professor Winborne.

 

Christopher Rogers, Fall 2017-Spring 2018

Apocalypticism and Film, Science Fiction and Film

Grading Assistant for Professor Winborne.

 

Natalie Gallego, Fall 2017

Introduction to World Religions

Teaching Assistant for Professor Setta.

 

Ava Sasani, January 2017-present

Technology and Human Values, Contemporary Moral Issues, and Introduction to Philosophy

Class manager for Professor Yelle.

 

Natalie Fachada, Fall 2017

Business Ethics

Class manager for Professor Illingworth.