Alongside Thomas Melville, Campus Administrator, I administer the daily operations of the UVU Wasatch Campus in Heber City. If you have any questions about the Wasatch Campus or the services provided in Heber, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please also visit our website at www.uvu.edu/wasatch.
I am also an Adjunct Instructor for the Philosophy and History departments.
Summer Semester 2014:
PHIL 205G: Ethics and Values: "Challenges students to (1) explore and clarify their values; (2) critically read works of philosophy, literature, religion, and history toward understanding the basis of their ethical views; and (3) read, study, research, discuss, and write about difficult ethical issues. Focuses on issues of good vs. evil, justice vs. injustice, equality vs. inequality, and the necessity of defining and examining happiness and values. Engages students in serious reflection on issues of ethics and values as they relate to the students’ own lives."
HIST 1500: World History to 1500: "Serves As An Introduction To Pre-modern World Civilization. Surveys Cultural, Economic, Intellectual, And Social History Up To The Year 1500, With Special Attention To The Rise Of World Religions."
HIST 151G: World History from 1500 to the Present: "Serves as an introduction to modern world civilization. Surveys cultural, economic, intellectual, and social developments from 1500 to the present. Emphasizes global, comparative, and intercultural issues."
Master of Arts in History, Brigham Young University, 2011
Bachelor of Arts in History (Minor in International Studies), BYU-Idaho, 2005