Teaching


During my PhD studies from 2007-2013, I TA-ed and taught philosophy classes in the philosophy department at Stanford. From 2013 to 2016, I was a Thinking Matters post-doctoral teaching fellow at Stanford. This fellowship taught me a lot about pedagogy and allowed me to teach many undergraduate philosophy and philosophy-related courses. In 2014, I spent the summer in Seoul, South Korea, were I taught at the Sookmyung Women's University. Since 2016, I have been on an ethics fellowship at the Stanford Center for Biomedical Ethics (SCBE), where I co-teach with medical professionals and bioethicists.

Courses I've taught

  • Spring ’16 - PHIL 71Q: Sophomore Seminar—Emerging Issues in Neuroethics
  • Autumn ’15 - THINK24: Evil
  • Winter ’14, ’15, ‘16 - THINK 11: Bioethics of New Technology
  • Autumn ’14 - ESF 8: Recognizing the Self and Its Possibilities
  • Summer ’14 - Introduction to Epistemology (at Sookmyung University)
  • Spring ’14 - THINK 41: The Conscious Mind
  • Autumn ’13 - THINK 8: Sustainability and Collapse
  • Winter ’13- PHIL 90S: Philosophical Dimensions of Cognitive Science
  • Spring ’10 - PHIL 23N: Neuroscience and the Self
  • Winter ’09 - PHIL 42: Philosophy through Theater

Courses I've TA-ed

  • Summer ’11 - Honors College: Ethics in Society, Philosophy, and Religion
  • Winter ’09 - PHIL 20: Introduction to Moral Philosophy
  • Autumn ’09 - PHIL 80: Mind, Matter, and Meaning
  • Spring ’09 - PHIL 80: Mind, Matter, andMeaning: Consciousness Edition
  • Winter ’08 - PHIL 10: God, Self, and World: An Introduction to Philosophy
  • Autumn ’07 - PHIL 180: Metaphysics


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