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Philosophy Professor Resume


Desired Industry: Education/Teaching/Training SpiderID: 61786
Desired Job Location: Ottawa, Ontario Date Posted: 6/25/2012
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: Immediately
Desired Wage: 60000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Experienced with over 2 years experience Willing to Travel:
Highest Degree Attained: Doctoral Willing to Relocate: Yes


Objective:
Educator with outstanding ability in
combining innovative and traditional
teaching methods. Strongly accustomed
to implementing interdisciplinary
approaches to enrich students’ learning
experience. Interested in pursuing a
career to effectively utilize knowledge
and skills gained from education and
work experience to enhance students’
critical thinking. Well-versed in
English and Italian languages.

- Demonstrate the application of
philosophy to other disciplines in order
to better understand the meaning and
complexity of the world we live in
- Committed to undertaking
research and publishing, especially in
ethics and philosophy that overlaps with
society, culture, and psychology
- Possess stellar reputation for
developing and implementing engaging
curriculum and courses, setting
educational standards, as well as
establishing policies and procedures to
promote individuality, student growth,
and personal empowerment
- Exemplify keen expertise in
directing and motivating teachers and
other staff to facilitate improvement
plans
- Excel at working with people of
diverse cultures and organizational
background while establishing an
intuitive connection with a wide range
of students to reach their learning
goals and objectives
- Create exceptional classroom
environments for open dialogue and
discussion, allowing students to
directly participate during each lesson


Experience:
WORK HISTORY
Professor
UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA, OTTAWA, ON: 2010–
PRESENT
HERITAGE COLLEGE, HULL, QC: 2007, 2008,
AND 2009
Teaching Assistant
UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA, DEPARTMENT OF
PHILOSOPHY, OTTAWA, ON: 2003; 2004;
2005; 2006; AND 2007
Research Assistant
UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO POLITICAL SCIENCE
DEPARTMENT, TORONTO, ON: 2005
Intern
UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO ALUMNI OFFICE,
TORONTO, ON: 2000–2001; 2002
Educational Assistant
WEST TORONTO COLLEGIATE, TORONTO, ON:
2000–2002


Education:
EDUCATION
Doctor of Philosophy in Philosophy
(2011)
UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA, OTTAWA, ON

Master of Arts in Philosophy (2005)
UNIVERSITY OF OTTAWA, OTTAWA, ON

Honours Bachelor of Arts, Double Major
in Philosophy and Political Science
(2003)
UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO, TORONTO, ON
Received Fr. Robert Madden, C.S.B.
Leadership Award
Graduated with distinction

Coursework in Politics of Global
Governance by Professor John Kirton
(2002)
UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO SUMMER ABROAD
PROGRAM AT THE UNIVERSITY OF SIENA,
SIENA, ITALY


Affiliations:
PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS
University of Ottawa, Department of
Philosophy


Skills:
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Additional Information:
SUMMARY OF EXPERIENCE
Established and maintained
direct communication with students to
provide information in response to
course inquiries, as well as to address
and resolve administrative concerns in a
timely manner
Presented and participated at
several academic conferences, using
knowledge gained to develop new research
and teaching practices
Designed and taught philosophy
lessons and lectures to students of
various academic backgrounds and levels
of learning
Employed multimedia technology—
PowerPoint slides, video, etc.—to
regularly provide students with visual
representations of philosophical
concepts, making them much easier to
grasp and appreciate
Effectively directed and
communicated with TAs to assign duties
and coordinate timely completion of
marking
Consistently received positive
feedback from students’ evaluations
Effectively managed student
medical and other special needs in order
to allow them to successfully
participate in and complete courses, in
accordance with university protocol
Solely authored and successfully
defended PhD thesis on autonomy,
narrative, and moral responsibility,
published online
Designed and taught various
courses at University of Ottawa and
Heritage College, such as:
- Facebook and the Ethics of
Friendship
- Moral Reasoning
- Philosophy’s Hiding Spots:
Intertwining Philosophical Ideas with
Today’s Artistic Styles
- Business Ethics
- Culture and Values
- Philosophy and Rationality
- Worldviews
- Knowledge and its Applications
- Concepts of Humanity
Served as teaching assistant at
the University of Ottawa for five
consecutive years:
- Reasoning and Critical Thinking,
Professor Laura Byrne, Professor Mark
Young, Professor Benoit Castelnerac, and
Professor Tanya DiTommaso
- Bioethics, Professor Stephane
Bastien
- Scientific Thought and Social
Values, Professor Stephanie Bastien
- Philosophy of Culture, Professor
Hilliard Aronovitch
- Political Philosophy, Professor
Hilliard Aronovitch
- Fundamental Philosophical
Questions, Professor Greg Kennedy
- Italian Culture in North
America, Professor Lydia Rende


Reference:
Available upon request.


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