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Outreach and Service

Outreach and Public Philosophy

  • Between 2019 and 2021, I led philosophy discussion groups in a local elementary school, high school, and retirement community on a broad range of topics, such as love and friendship, personal identity, conspiracy theories, and our moral duties to reduce carbon footprints.

  • Since 2016, I have served as a judge for the National High School Ethics Bowl; in addition to scoring student performance, I was responsible for asking questions that would help the students think more critically about their views and giving concrete feedback on their presentations.

  • In the academic year 2019-2020, I was selected as a Maynard Adams Fellow for the Public Humanities and discussed the value of the humanities in public education with a cohort of graduate students from different departments.

    • While the project had to be suspended due to the COVID-19 outbreak, another fellow and I also successfully launched an outreach project, in which we collaborated with a local middle school and an arts educator to host a series of workshops on the expression of personal narratives through spoken word.

  • In 2020-2021, I completed both stages of specialized training, run by the Philosophy Foundation, to facilitate philosophical inquiries with children and young adults. 

Minorities and Philosophy

  • In 2018, I founded the Minorities and Philosophy chapter at UNC Chapel Hill with three other graduate students.

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