Philosophy Graduate Students
ADAMS, Dennis PHIL 262 (2-3276)
I received my B.A. in Mathematics from Texas Tech University. My areas of interest are epistemology, logic, and political philosophy.
CHAPA, Jaime PHIL 263 (2-3277)
I have a B.A. in Psychology from Texas A&M University-Kingsville. My philosophical interests lie in and at the intersection of the philosophy of language, science, mind, and bioethics.
I received my B.A. in Philosophy from Renmin University of China. My areas of interest are Ethics and Experimental Philosophy. I have always been fascinated by the moral phenomena of human society and the influences of culture on people's intuitions. I hope to become a professor of philosophy in the future.
CORONADO, Erik PHIL 263 (2-3277)
I received my B.S. in Biology and my B.A. in Philosophy from the University of the Incarnate Word. My areas of interest are Ethics and Moral Philosophy. I serve as the Community Chair for Texas Tech's Minorities and Philosophy (MAP) chapter and as Secretary for the Philosophy Graduate Student Association (PGSA).
I received my BA from California State University, Bakersfield. My areas of interest are Philosophy of Language, Logic, and practical/normative issues. I participate in our department's MAP and PGSA student organizations, and I also tutor Logic.
FAZELI, Mona PHIL 263 (2-3277)
I received my M.A. in Philosophy of Art from Tehran University of Art. My areas of interest are Philosophy of Mind, Philosophy of Psychology, and Epistemology. I participate in the Philosophy Department's chapter of Minorities and Philosophy (MAP).
GOGGANS, Karson PHIL 262 (2-3276)
I received my B.A. in Philosophy and Sociology with a concentration in Criminal Justice from Texas Tech University. My areas of interest include the intersection of epistemology, ethics, and feminist philosophy. I participate in Texas Tech's Minorities and Philosophy (MAP) chapter and am the Media and Communications Director for a local nonprofit organization called Healing In The Arts.
I received my B.A. in Philosophy from Texas Tech University. My interests are on Epistemology, Metaphysics and Ethics.
HANNA, Shelby PHIL 263 (2-3277)
I received my BA in Philosophy & BA in Politics from Hampden-Sydney College. My main areas of interest are in ethics, political philosophy, and moral epistemology.
HYMER, Joseph PHIL 263 (2-3277)
I received my B.A. in Philosophy from California State University, San Bernardino in 2020. I have interests that lie within Epistemology, Philosophy of Religion, Metaphysics, and the intersections between these disciplines. Particular interest lies on the question of whether or not religious belief can be justified.
Before I got into philosophy, I had spent four years in studying logistics. Then I received my MA of philosophy from Renmin University of China. My areas of interests are political philosophy, moral philosophy and philosophy of law.
MASCARI, Jordan PHIL 263 (2-3277)
I received my B.A. in Philosophy from Texas A&M University in 2018. My philosophical interests are in Phil. Religion and Social and Political Philosophy. Lately I have been thinking about attempts to "explain away" religious belief.
I hold a BA from TTU in English, an MA from ULL, and a PhD in English Literature from UNL. I am interested in Aesthetics, Ancient Philosophy, and consciousness. I currently teach at New Mexico Military Institute.
NAVARRO, Raymond PHIL 263 (2-3277)
OUDANONH, Edward PHIL 262 (2-3276)
I received my BA in philosophy from University of Washington. My main area of interest is in moral philosophy.
WINBERY, Stephen (Luke) PHIL 263 (2-3277)
I completed my undergraduate studies at the University of Memphis, where I double majored in history and philosophy. My current philosophical interests include social and political philosophy, philosophy of law, ethics, and aesthetics.
WOODLAND, Michelle PHIL 262 (2-3276)
I received baccalaureate degrees from New Mexico State University in Philosophy and Criminal Justice. My main philosophical interest lies in epistemology, specifically skepticism, Gettier puzzles, and the intersection of philosophy of science and epistemology. I am also interested in social/political philosophy, philosophy of death, philosophy of science, philosophy of language, ethics, and informal logic.