I teach philosophy at the University of St. Thomas in St. Paul, Minnesota.

Most of my favorite courses to teach are (no surprise!) ones that relate in obvious ways to ethics, virtue, and character development: for example, Introductory Ethics, The Person and the Good, and Biomedical Ethics. Once in a while, I even get to co-teach (with a psychologist colleague) an honors seminar on moral heroes.

Maybe a little more surprisingly, I find plenty of reasons to talk about virtue and character in my other favorite philosophy courses: medieval philosophy and logic.

To see what I’m currently teaching, take a look at my academic webpage.