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The University of California - Irvine
Irvine, California
Master of Arts in Philosophy

The University of Alabama
Tuscaloosa, Alabama
Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy, Cum Laude

Activities and Awards (see separate page)

Long Beach City College, June 2001 - Present
Long Beach, California Philosophy Instructor
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Riverside Community College, February 2001 - Present
Riverside, California Philosophy Instructor
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Substitute Instructor
Substituted on several occasions for Introduction to Philosophy, Critical Thinking, Ethics in Contemporary Life, and Introduction to Symbolic Logic.

The Princeton Review, June 1997 - Present
Irvine and Riverside, California

Graduate Instructor
I primarily teach LSAT preparation courses.  I also taught GRE Analytic, GMAT Verbal, and MCAT Verbal Accelerator.  In the summer of 2002, I taught a new LSAT Honors course of my own design, which was several years in the making.

The University of California - Irvine, April 1997 - December 1999
Irvine, California Teaching Assistant in Philosophy
Coures included: Contemporary Moral Problems, History of Ancient Philosophy, Symbolic Logic I and II, Indian Philosophy, and Introduction to Philosophy.

Teaching Assistant Consultant for Philosophy, June 1999 - June 2000
Duties included: Training new Philosophy Teaching Assistants, preparing lesson plans, leading teaching workshops, video consultations, and teaching a graduate course for new Philosophy Teaching Assistants on Teaching Philosophy.


Terence Parsons, Ph.D, Professor of Philosophy, UCLA (310) 825-4641
Matt Lawrence, Ph.D, Professor of Philosophy, Long Beach City College (562) 938-4805
Alan Nelson, Ph.D., Professor of Philosophy, UC Irvine (949) 824-8520
Paul Kanarek, President, The Princeton Review (949) 553-9411

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