|Present||Professor, University of South Florida St. Petersburg|
|Ph.D., Harvard University ‐ Philosophy of Education|
|M.A., Wayne State University ‐ Philosophy|
|B.A., University of Maryland ‐ Speech Communication|
Office: FCT 204
Peer Reviewed Articles (46)
Access rights and access wrongs: Ethical issues and ethical solutions for service dog use Faculty Publications (2013)
Individuals with a variety of disabilities benefit greatly from the ADA provision of easy public access with their service dogs. However, the growing problem of non-disabled individuals passing off their pets as service dogs both ...
Terrorism, global journalism, and the myth of the nation state. Faculty Publications (2004)
Citizens require independent reporting more than ever in the news coverage of conflict in the 21st century. The traditional role of national governments has been compromised both by terrorism and by technology that makes hard ...
Genetic testing, organ transplantation, and an end to nondirective counseling. Faculty Publications (2000)
Excerpt: “Organ transplantation is heralded as standard or hopeful therapy for a variety of end-stage, life- threatening, or debilitating diseases, including genetic maladies. Here I argue that rather than looking to organ transplantation as a ...
Exploring the edges: Boundaries and breaks. Faculty Publications (1998)
Excerpt: “In this article, we examine conceptual and practical issues pertaining to relationship boundaries within the helping profession. Although our focus is primarily on relationships between mental health professionals and clients, there are considerable implications ...
Evaluating teaching and students' learning of academic research ethics. Faculty Publications (1996)
A team of philosophers and scientists at Dartmouth College worked for three years to create, train faculty and pilot test an adequate and exportable class in research methods for graduate students of science and engineering. ...