Weekends in the morning
Saturday in the afternoon
Tues/Thurs in the evening
Education2012, PhD, Boston College
2009, Department of Classics, University of Chicago
2004, Institute of Philosophy, K.U. Leuven, Belgium
2002, Intensive French, The University of Western Ontario, Québec
2002, Bachelor of Humanities, Honours, Carleton University, Canada. GPA 3.92
ExperienceA recent PhD graduate from Boston College, I am a scholar working in the areas of Philosophy of Science, Technology, Classics, Ethics, and Philosophy of Mind. I thrive on intellectual engagement, which means I devote myself to connecting with my pupils individually. Using clear, immediate examples to bring students to understand universal principles thoroughly, I challenge them to think for themselves, and to achieve beyond what they believe they can achieve. I enjoy the satisfaction my students express upon mastery of a subject, and most of all the love of learning I can cultivate in them, which will help them live a better, richer life.
I have been teaching individually and in groups for over 12 years, and have taught at the university level since 2005 at Boston College, Boston University, and DePaul University in Chicago. I have lectured in five countries, and edited a literary journal and a scholarly book on Language.
HobbiesI am an exhibited photographer and have been involved in amateur and professional theater and film. I also play soccer, telemark ski, canoe, bike, and for my writing was awarded the Lillian I. Found award for poetry.
Philosophy, Classics, Logic and Critical Reading and Writing, Essay Writing or Creative Writing, Political Philosophy, English or English as a Second Language, French, Ancient Greek. I can also teach Business Ethics, Introduction to Science, to Physics, to world history, or to economics.
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