C.V.

Education
University of Pennsylvania, PhD, Philosophy (2015-present)
University of Pennsylvania, Post-Bacc. Program in Classical Studies (2015)
University of Oxford, Blackfriars Hall, Visiting Student in Classics & Philosophy (2013)
Villanova University, B.A., summa cum laude, Philosophy, Humanities (2014)

Awards & Honors
George W. M. Bacon Fellow (Penn, 2016-2017)
Collegium Institute Graduate Fellow (2015-present)
Benjamin Franklin Fellowship (Penn, 2015-2020)
Robert Russell, O.S.A. Medallion for Academic Excellence in Philosophy (Villanova, 2014)
Karol Wojtyla Medallion for Academic Excellence in Humanities (Villanova, 2014)
Political Studies Summer Fellow (Hudson Institute, 2014)
Phi Beta Kappa Society (2013)
Villanova Summer Research Grant, “Re-discovering Ancient Conceptions of Causality” (2013)

Presentations:
*“Cum officio selectio: A Proposal for Stoic Practical Reasoning,” Hellenistic Philosophy Society panel on Stoic ethics at APA Pacific Division Meeting (April 2019)
*“Conditional Intrinsic Value and Stoic Axiology,” Princeton Classical Philosophy WIP Workshop (December 2018)
“Is there a Moral Duty to Adopt?,” Graduate Philosophy Colloquium, University of Pennsylvania (April 2018)
“The Normative Hippocratic Doctor: Moral Motivation in Ancient Medical Ethics,” 35th annual meeting of The Society for Ancient Greek Philosophy, Fordham University (October 2017)
Quo Warranto? Real Definition and the Euthyphro Argument,” 34th annual meeting of The Society for Ancient Greek Philosophy, Fordham University (October 2016)

* = upcoming

Teaching Experience:
Philosophy of Education: Teaching philosophy in Middle Schools (Fall 2018)
Introduction to Philosophy (Online, Summer 2018)
History of Modern Philosophy (Spring 2018)
The Social Contract (Fall 2017)
Logic & Formal Reasoning (Spring 2017)
History of Ancient Philosophy (funded by SAIL grant) (Fall 2016)
Plato and his Predecessors (Online, Summer 2016)
Aristotle and his Successors (Online, Summer 2016)

Service and Professional Activities:
Assistant Organizer, Penn Reasons and Foundations of Epistemology Conference (PeRFECt4) on the Epistemology of the Normative (November 2018)
Philosophy Graduate Representative to the Faculty, 2018-2019
Graduate Philosophy Listserv Manager, 2017-Present
Research Fellow, “Philosophy & Well-Being: A Meeting of the Humanities and Human Flourishing Project” (Penn Positive Psychology, Summer 2018)
Editing for Virtue, Happiness, and Knowledge: Themes from the Work of Gail Fine and Terence Irwin, ed. D. Brink, S. Meyer, and C. Shields (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 2018)
Editing for Plato: Laws 1 and 2, Susan Sauvé Meyer (translation and commentary), Oxford University Press, 2015 
Co-organizer, Fourth Annual Penn Ancient Workshop: Lucretius’ De rerum natura (April 2016)
Facilitator, Philadelphia Futures After-School Philosophy Club (2016-2017)
Facilitator, Comegys Elementary Philosophy the Young Series (2017-Present)
Co-organizer, Penn Philosophy Ancient Greek Reading Group (2015-Present)
Co-organizer, Koine Greek Weekly Workshop (2015-2017)
Member of the Penn Normative Philosophy Group (2018-Present)