Recent Courses Taught
- PHIL 201 – Introduction to Philosophy
- PHIL 311 – Professional Ethics
- STS 101 – The Values of Science & Technology
- STS 301 – Humans vs. Nature
- SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Teaching (2015)
- Humanities New York Public Scholar (2015-18)
- Gretchen Hoadley Burke ’81 Endowed Chair for Regional Studies, Colgate University (2014-15)
- 2017 “Technology, Responsibility, and Meat”, Philosophy, Technology, and the Environment, Philip Brey & David M. Kaplan, eds. MIT Press: 229-42.
- 2014 (December) “Technology as Responsibility: Failure, Food Animals, and Lab-grown Meat”, Journal of Agricultural and Environmental Ethics 27 (6): 931-948.
- 2011 (September) “Toxic Transformations: Constructing Audiences for Environmental Justice” w/ Jason Delborne, in Engineers, Scientists, and Environmental Justice: Expert Cultures in a Grassroots Movement, Gwen Ottinger & Benjamin R. Cohen, eds.
- 2010 (March) “Playing Chicken: Technologies of Food, Domestication, and Self”, special issue of Science as Culture 19(1), 15-35.
- 2010 (March) co-editor (with Benjamin R. Cohen), Special Issue, Science as Culture, “Embodying STS: Identity, Narrative, and the Interdisciplinary Body”.
Selected College Service
- Co-Chair, Division of General Education (2019-present)
- Interim Associate Dean, School of Liberal Arts (2019)
- Department Chair, Humanities Department (2015-2018)
- Coordinator, STS Program (2007-present)
- PhD, Science & Technology Studies, Virginia Tech (2004)
- M.A., Philosophy, University of North Texas (1997)
- B.S., Psychology, Texas A&M University (1993)