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POSITIONS HELD

2010-           Senior Instructor (Philosophy);  University of British Columbia; Vancouver, BC, Canada
2005-2010  Instructor I (Philosophy);  University of British Columbia;  Vancouver, BC, Canada
2004-2005  Assistant Professor Without Review (Philosophy); University of British Columbia; Vancouver, BC, Canada
2000-2004 Assistant Professor (Philosophy);  University of Wisconsin-Rock County; Janesville, Wisconsin, U.S.A.
1999-2000 Adjunct Instructor (Philosophy);  St. Edward’s University;  Austin, Texas, U.S.A.
1997-2000 Assistant Instructor (Philosophy);  University of Texas at Austin, U.S.A.

EDUCATION

Ph.D., 2000 Philosophy, University of Texas at Austin
Dissertation: “Prophets in Exile:  A Diagnosis of Michel Foucault’s Political Intellectual”
Co-Supervisors:  Dr. Kelly Oliver and Dr. Kathleen Higgins

M.A., 1996 Philosophy, University of Texas at Austin
Master’s Thesis:  “The Politics of Difference and the Role of the Intellectual in Michel Foucault and Julia Kristeva”
Supervisor:  Dr. Kelly Oliver

B.A., 1991 Philosophy and Political Science, University of Idaho, summa cum laude

AREAS OF RESEARCH

Michel Foucault
Scholarship of Teaching and Learning

AREAS OF TEACHING

Moral Theory, Feminist Theory, Introduction to Philosophy, Continental Philosophy

PUBLICATIONS

Edited Book

Language and Liberation:  Feminism, Philosophy and Language, ed. Christina Hendricks and Kelly Oliver (New York: SUNY Press, 1999). The Introduction by Christina Hendricks and Kelly Oliver can be found here: https://circle.ubc.ca/handle/2429/43949

Refereed Articles

“Teaching and learning philosophy in the open.” American Association of Philosophy Teachers, Studies in Pedagogy Vol.1 (2015): 17-32. DOI: 10.5840/aaptstudies20159162 A pre-publication version of this paper can be found here: Teaching & Learning Philosophy in the Open-AAPT

“Foucault’s Kantian Critique: Philosophy and the Present,” Philosophy and Social Criticism Vol. 34, No. 4 (May 2008): 357-382. A pre-publication version of this paper can be found here: Hendricks-FoucaultKantCritique-WebVersion.pdf

“The Author[‘s] Remains: Foucault and the Demise of the ‘Author-Function,’” Philosophy Today Vol. 46, No. 2 (2002):  152-169. A pre-publication version of this article can be found here: MFauthor2002-webversion The journal article itself can be found on the journal website, here.

“Fluidizing the Mirror:  Feminism and Identity Through Kristeva’s Looking Glass,” Philosophy Today 41, Suppl. (1997): 79-89. A pre-publication version of this article can be found here: FluidizingMirror1997 The journal article itself can be found on the journal website, here.

Non-refereed Articles (invited)

“The Philosopher as Anthropologist: Foucault’s Genealogy of our Enlightenment Legacy,” Listening: A Journal of Religion and Culture Vol. 37, No. 2 (Spring 2003): 84-115.

Book Chapters

“Prophecy and Parrêsia: Foucauldian Critique and the Political Role of Intellectuals,” Conceptions of Critique in Modern and Contemporary Philosophy, ed. Ruth Sonderegger and Karin de Boer (Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012).

Conference Proceedings (refereed)

“Core Texts as Critical History: How Studying Works by Dead White Men Can Be Radical.” Substance, Judgment and Evaluation:  Seeking the Worth of a Liberal Arts, Core Text Education; Selected Papers from the Twelfth Annual Conference of the Association for Core Texts and Courses. Ed. Patrick T. Flynn, Jean-Marie Kauth, John Kevin Doyle, and J. Scott Lee (Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 2010). A PDF version of this article is available here: ACTC2006-WebVersion.pdf

“Trust and Suspicion in Critical Thinking as Transcendence,” Philosophy of Education Yearbook  (2006): 295-302. A PDF version of this article is available at The Philosophy of Education Yearbook archives.

Reports

Jhangiani, R.S., Pitt, R., Hendricks, C., Key, J., Lalonde, C. (2016). Exploring faculty use of open educational resources at British Columbia post-secondary institutions. [Report]. BCcampus. Retrieved from http://bccampus.ca/files/2016/01/BCFacultyUseOfOER_final.pdf

Book Reviews

Review Philosophy in Schools: An Introduction for Philosophers and Teachers, ed. Sara Goering, Nicholas J. Shudak, and Thomas E. Wartenberg, for Teaching Philosophy, 38(3), 339-343.

Review of Gender: Key Concepts, by Harriet Bradley (Cambridge, UK: Polity, 2013), for Hypatia Reviews Online, Fall 2013. Open access, online: http://hypatiaphilosophy.org/HRO/content/gender

Review of Philosophical Inquiries into Pregnancy, Childbirth, and Mothering: Maternal Subjects, ed. Sheila Lintott and Maureen Sander-Staudt. New York and London: Routledge, 2012. Review published in Women’s Studies 42:3 (2013).
— A preprint version of this article is available here: Pregnancy, Childbirth, Mothering Review (preprint)
— The final published version of the article is available on the journal website: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/00497878.2013.764266

Review of Foucault on Freedom, by Johanna Oksala (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2005), in The Journal of Speculative Philosophy 22:4 (2008): 310-312.

Review of Love is a Sweet Chain: Desire, Autonomy, and Friendship in Liberal Political Theory, by James R. Martel (New York and London: Routledge, 2001), in The Journal of Speculative Philosophy 20:3 (2006): 245-247.

Review of What is Philosophy?, ed. C.P. Ragland and Sarah Heidt (New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2001), in Teaching Philosophy 27:4 (December 2004): 384-388.

Review of The Feminine and the Sacred, by Catherine Clément and Julia Kristeva, trans. Jane Marie Todd (New York: Columbia University Press, 2001), in The Journal of Speculative Philosophy 18:2 (2004): 161-164.

Review of Socratic Citizenship, by Dana Villa (Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2001), in Teaching Philosophy 26:4 (December 2003): 402-406.

Review of The Enlightenment: A Brief History with Documents, by Margaret C. Jacob (Boston: Bedford/St. Martin’s, 2001), in Teaching Philosophy 26:2 (June 2003): 179-181.

Review of Exotic Parodies:  Subjectivity in Adorno, Said, and Spivak, by Asha Varadharajan (Minneapolis:  University of Minnesota Press, 1995), in Monatshefte 94:1 (Spring 2002): 128-129.

CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

Co-presenter, with Rajiv Jhangiani, Beck Pitt and Clint Lalonde, “Faculty Attitudes Towards OER and Open Textbooks in British Columbia and Beyond,” Open Education 2015 conference, Vancouver, BC, November 18-20, 2015. Slides from this presentation can be seen here.

Co-presenter, with Daniel Munro, Jenna Omassi and Brady Yano, “Faculty and Student Collaboration for OER and Open Textbook Advocacy,” Open Education 2015 conference, Vancouver, BC, November 18-20, 2015. Slides from this presentation can be seen here.

“Tracking a Dose-Response Curve for Peer Feedback on Writing,” SoTL Symposium on the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, sponsored by The Institute for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning at Mt. Royal University. Banff, Alberta, Canada, November 12-14, 2015. Slides from this presentation can be seen here.

Co-presenter, with Maha Bali and Andrea Rehn, “From MOOCs to MOOGs: Teaching with Open Online Games,” a presentation on using the open online game #TvsZ in teaching in higher education. Digital Learning Research Network 2015 Conference (#dlrn15), Stanford, California, October 16-17, 2015 (I attended and presented virtually). Slides from this presentation can be seen here.

Co-presenter, with Sunaina Assanand, Joanne Fox, Catherine Rawn and Allen Sens, “Taking Your Teaching Beyond Your Classroom: Teaching Practice and Educational Leadership,” a panel presentation and discussion on what “educational leadership” can mean, how various people are fulfilling the role of an educational leader, and how participants might themselves work towards being educational leaders at their institution. Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education 2015 conference, Vancouver, BC, June 2015.

Co-presenter, with Rajiv Jhangiani, “Enhancing pedagogy with open textbooks and other open educational resources,” a presentation and discussion about the pedagogical value of using and creating open educational resources. Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education 2015 conference, Vancouver, BC, June 2015.

Co-presenter, with Will Engle, Cindy Underhill and Lucas Wright, “The Medium and The Message: cMOOC as Open Professional Development,” about an open, online course we are running in June 2015 on Teaching with Word Press. Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education 2015 conference, Vancouver, BC, June 2015. Slides for this presentation can be seen here. See the website for this course here: http://blogs.ubc.ca/teachwordpress

“Peer feedback on writing: is more better?”, poster presentation on peer feedback on writing in Arts One,  Society for Teaching and Learning in Higher Education 2015 conference, Vancouver, BC, June 2015. You can see a slide of this poster on Slideshare, here (need to download it to see detail).

Co-presenter, with Rajiv Jhangiani and Jessie Key, “Faculty Attitudes Towards and Experiences With OER and Open Textbooks,” presentation on the results of a survey of faculty in BC and beyond. BCcampus Open Textbook Summit, Vancouver, BC, May 2015. Slides from this presentation can be seen here.

Co-presenter, with Jessie Key, “Reviewing and Adapting Open Textbooks: Practical and Pedagogical Considerations.” BCcampus Open Textbook Summit, Vancouver, BC, May 2015.

Co-presenter, with Maha Bali, JR Dingwall, Pete Rorabaugh, Andrea Rehn, “Perforate Your Classroom: Collaboratively Hack the Open Online Game #TvsZ 6.0.” A workshop in which participants play and hack the #TvsZ game described in 9(a), above, “educational leadership.” Emerging Technologies for Online Learning International Symposium 2015, Dallas, Texas, April 2015. The abstract for this session can be found here: http://blogs.ubc.ca/chendricks/2015/04/15/upcoming-tvsz-game-and-presentations-at-et4online/

Co-presenter, with with Maha Bali, JR Dingwall, Pete Rorabaugh, Andrea Rehn, “Perforating the Classroom: How Hacking the Online Game #TvsZ 6.0 Brings Together Faculty, Students and Community Members.” This is a short presentation describing how we hacked an earlier version of #TvsZ by collaborating across the world without ever having met in person. The abstract for this session can be found here: http://blogs.ubc.ca/chendricks/2015/04/15/upcoming-tvsz-game-and-presentations-at-et4online/

“Tracking a Dose-Response Curve in Peer Feedback on Writing: A Work in Progress.” BCcampus Symposium on Scholarly Inquiry into Teaching and Learning, Vancouver, BC, November, 2014. Slides from this presentation can be found here: http://www.slideshare.net/clhendricksbc/bc-campus-sotlsymposiumnov2014

“How Not to Encourage Open Sharing of Teaching Materials at a University,” a presentation at the Open Education Conference, Washington, DC, November 2014. Slides from this presentation can be found here: http://www.slideshare.net/clhendricksbc/how-not-to-promote-open-sharing-of-teaching-materials-at-a-university-ubcs-policy-81

“Doing Philosophy in the Open: Why/Not?”, a presentation on open education–what it is, benefits and drawbacks–at the biannual meeting of the American Association of Philosophy Teachers, Collegeville, Minnesota, July 2014. Slides from this presentation can be found here: http://blogs.ubc.ca/chendricks/2014/08/08/open-ed-aapt/

“Difficulties Evaluating connectivist MOOCs: Negotiating Autonomy and Participation,” presented at the annual Open Education Conference, Park City, Utah, November 2013. A videorecording of this presentation can be found on my blog: http://blogs.ubc.ca/chendricks/2013/11/08/open-ed-2013/  The slides from this presentation can be found here: http://www.slideshare.net/clhendricksbc/difficulties-evaluating-cmoocs-open-education-c

“Reaching Out to the Wider Disciplinary Audience,” meeting of the International Society for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, Raleigh, North Carolina, Oct. 2013. I was part of a panel for this presentation on talking to our disciplinary colleagues about SoTL research.

“Does Teaching the Philosophy of Happiness Make One’s Students Happier?” Joint presentation with Dr. Jennifer Mulnix of the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, at the group meeting of the American Association of Philosophy Teachers, Pacific Division meeting of the American Philosophical Association, San Diego, California, April 2011.

“A Philosophy of One’s Own,” workshop for the biannual meeting of the American Association for Philosophy Teachers, Conway/Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, July 2010.

“Authority and Autonomy in Descartes’ Discourse on Method,” Annual meeting of the Association for Core Texts and Courses, New Brunswick, New Jersey, April 2010. A copy of this presentation can be found here: ACTC2010-WebVersion.pdf

“Doing Philosophy in Public:  The Political Role of Philosophers,” Work-in-Progress Topical Conversation, Annual Meeting of the Philosophy of Education Society, Montreal, March 2009.

“Trust and Suspicion in Critical Thinking as Transcendence,” Philosophy of Education Society, Puerto Vallarta, Mexico, April 2006.

“Core Texts as Critical History: How Studying Works by Old, Dead, White Guys can be Radical,” Association for Core Texts and Courses, Chicago, April 2006. A copy of this presentation can be found here:ACTC2006-WebVersion.pdf

“Foucault’s Kantian Critique: Philosophy and the Present,” Pacific Division of the American Philosophical Association, San Francisco, 2005. A version of this presentation can be found here: APAPac05-WebVersion.pdf

“Critical Thinking and Transcendence,” Association for Informal Logic and Critical Thinking, meeting in conjunction with the Central Division of the American Philosophical Association, Chicago, April 2004. A version of this presentation can be found here: AILACT-CentralAPA2004-WebVersion.pdf

“Foucault, A Kantian? Aesthetic Creation of Self and Anthropological Sleep,” International Association for Philosophy and Literature, University of Leeds (UK), May 2003.

“Foucault’s Prophecy: The Intellectual as Exile,” International Association for Philosophy and Literature, SUNY Stony Brook, May 2000. This presentation can be found here: IAPL2000-WebVersion.pdf

“Heretics and Exiles:  ‘Women’ and Political Dissidence According to Julia Kristeva,” Philosophy and ‘The Feminine’:  A Conference on Feminist Philosophy, Vanderbilt University, January 1999.

“Through Kristeva’s Looking Glass:  A Cosmopolitan Feminism,” Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy, University of Kentucky, October 1997.

“Through Identity’s Looking Glass:  Kristeva’s Cosmopolitan Wonderland,” University of Texas Graduate Conference, March 1997.

CONFERENCE AND PANEL ORGANIZATION

Organized and facilitated a panel on Open Online Courses in Philosophy for the American Philosophical Association’s Committee on Teaching Philosophy, at the APA Pacific Division meeting, April 2014 (San Diego, CA).

Organized and facilitated a panel on the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Philosophy for the American Philosophical Association’s Committee on Teaching Philosophy, at the APA Pacific Division meeting, April 2012 (Seattle, WA).

Women’s Studies Undergraduate Conference Planning Committee, Women’s Studies Program, University of British Columbia, Fall 2004-Spring 2005.

Co-director, University of Texas Graduate Student Philosophy Conference, Spring 1997.

EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP

Co-presented on Engaging Students with Open Educational Resources,” with Farnaz Badiee, Will Engle, Shawnna Parlongo, Daniel Munro, Jenna Omassi and Shawnna Parlongo. CTLT Fall Institute, August 2015. Description of this presentation:

  • Open educational resources are educational materials (text, video, audio, and more) that are licensed to allow others to reuse, revise, remix, redistribute, and retain them free of cost. In this session we will discuss various kinds of open educational resources, including open textbooks, how to find OER for your courses, and the pedagogical benefits of creating and using OER in your teaching.

Co-presented on “Increasing Student Engagement Through Open Educational Resources,” with Will Engle and Jon Festinger, at the CTLT Spring Institute at UBC, May 2015. Slides and a wiki page for this presentation can be seen here: http://blogs.ubc.ca/chendricks/2015/06/13/engaging-students-with-oer/

Co-facilitated a six-week blended workshop (partly face-to-face, partly online) on “Teaching in a Blended Learning Environment” at UBC, February-March 2015.

Served as a Faculty Fellow with the BCcampus Open Textbook Project from 2014-2015. Please see this article for more information: http://bccampus.ca/2014/10/09/improving-adoption-of-open-textbooks-through-faculty-advocates/

Gave a presentation on open leadership for an open, online course for educators in Alberta. More information about this presentation, and the slides I used, can be found here: http://blogs.ubc.ca/chendricks/2014/11/01/presentation-on-open-leadership-for-oclmooc/

Participated in a debate about the value of MOOCs for higher education during Open Access Week at UBC, Oct. 29, 2014. Slides from this presentation, and a description of the event, can be found here: http://blogs.ubc.ca/chendricks/2014/11/03/the-open-in-moocs/

Co-organized and co-facilitated an open online course on openness called “Why Open?” at Peer 2 Peer University, August 2013 and August 2014. This course introduced the topic of “open,” including open education, open data, open access publishing, and more, and engaged participants in discussions of the benefits and drawbacks of working in the open. See the following website: https://p2pu.org/en/courses/588/why-open/

Planned and facilitated a workshop on open education at the Centre for Teaching, Learning and Technology’s Summer Institute, May 2014. The wiki for this workshop can be found here: http://wiki.ubc.ca/Sandbox:Teaching_and_Learning_in_the_Open

Spoke as part of a panel talking about DIY video at the Centre for Teaching, Learning and Technology’s Summer Institute, May 2014. I spoke about my experience learning on my own how to shoot and edit video. The workshop was designed for people who want to create videos for their courses.

Conducted a workshop for graduate Teaching Assistants in Philosophy on providing effective feedback on writing in November, 2013. I presented the results of some research on effective feedback and we engaged in a discussion on how to implement these ideas in our own practice of writing comments on essays. The slides from this workshop can be found here: http://www.slideshare.net/clhendricksbc/feedback-gradworkshop-nov2013

Presented at a workshop sponsored by CTLT (Centre for Teaching, Learning and Technology) at UBC called “How Learning Works,” during Celebrate Learning Week, October 2013. In this workshop, three UBC faculty members presented a difficulty they are struggling or have struggled with in teaching and learning, relating it to one of the principles in a book called How Learning Works, by Michele DiPietro. Workshop participants used the principles from the book to suggest ways to address the difficulties, and then faculty members explained afterwards what we had done ourselves to address them.

Gave a presentation entitled “Open Education: From Connectivist MOOCs to UBC” during UBC’s Open Education Week, October 2013. In this presentation I spoke briefly about open education and connectivist MOOCs, and focused on two ways I was involved in open education at UBC: participating in “Arts One Open,” an online extension of Arts One, and putting all my course materials on the open web, as well as having students blog publicly, in my Philosophy 102 course. Slides from this presentation are available here: http://www.slideshare.net/clhendricksbc/open-education-from-cmoocs-to

Co-facilitated a workshop on using audio in teaching at “Soundcamp” at Thompson Rivers University in Kamloops, BC, August 2013. Information about this workshop can be found at the following website: http://trusoundcamp.net/

Co-organized an open online course in educational technology for teachers called “Open Online Experience 2013-2014.” This course ran from Sept. 2013 to May 2014, and covered topics such as connected learning, digital literacy, digital storytelling, and open education. I helped organize the whole course as well as specifically the month on openness and open education. See the following website: http://www.ooe13.org

Co-organized and co-facilitated an open online course on openness called “Why Open?” at Peer 2 Peer University, August 2013. This course introduced the topic of “open,” including open education, open data, open access publishing, and more, and engaged participants in discussions of the benefits and drawbacks of working in the open. See the following website: https://p2pu.org/en/courses/588/why-open/

Gave a presentation on “Open Education and Connectivist MOOCs” at the CTLT Institute at UBC in May, 2013. I spoke about what open education is and explained what a “connectivist” Massive Open Online Course is. The slides from this workshop can be found here: http://www.slideshare.net/clhendricksbc/c-moo-csetmoocctltinstitute2013

Helped to plan and was a co-presenter for a workshop at the Centre for Teaching, Learning and Technology at UBC called “Mixing it Up: Collaborating Across the Disciplines” in May, 2012. In this workshop numerous people involved in interdisciplinary teaching at UBC spoke about their experiences, and we invited participants to discuss how they might also incorporate more interdisciplinarity in their teaching.

Served as a contributing author and reviewer for Global Citizenship Workbook to help instructors design courses to better foster global citizenship, sponsored by Teaching and Academic Growth (TAG) at the University of British Columbia, Fall 2006-Fall 2008.

AWARDS AND GRANTS

BCcampus Faculty Fellowship, Open Textbook Program, 2015-2016
UBC Teaching and Learning Enhancement Fund grant (co-investigator), 2015-2016
UBC Centre for Teaching, Learning and Technology, SoTL Seed Grant, 2014-2015
UBC Centre for Teaching, Learning and Technology, Research Grant as part of participation in the Faculty Certificate Program in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, UBC, 2011-2012
UW Colleges Philosophy Department Summer Research Grant, Summer 2003
UW-Madison/UW Colleges Summer Research Grant, Summer 2002
Department of Philosophy Teaching Award, University of Texas, 1998, 1997
Tuition Fellowship, University of Texas, 1997
P.E.O. Scholar Award, University of Texas, 1996

GRADUATE STUDENT COMMITTEES

PhD Thesis Committees

Jill Fellows, Spring 2010-Summer 2011 (Alan Richardson, Supervisor)

PhD Prospectus Committees

Jill Fellows, Spring 2009

PhD Comprehensive Exam Committees

Jill Fellows, Fall 2008

UNDERGRADUATE TEACHING

Instructor, University of British Columbia (2004-present)

Arts One – first year multidisciplinary, team-taught course
Continental Philosophy Seminar
Introduction to Moral Theory
Introduction to Philosophy
Introduction to Women’s Studies
Power and Oppression
Sex, Gender and Philosophy
Social and Political Philosophy

Assistant Professor, University of Wisconsin – Rock County (2000-2004)

Introduction to Philosophy
Ethics (Theoretical and Applied)
Logic (introductory-level informal and symbolic)
Social and Political Philosophy
Philosophy of the Arts (interdisciplinary course)
Human Nature, Religion and Society
First-Year Seminar

Adjunct Instructor, St. Edward’s University (1999-2000)

Ethical Analysis (Theoretical Ethics)
Business Ethics

Assistant Instructor, University of Texas at Austin (1997-2000)
(independent teaching responsibility for these courses)

Introduction to Philosophy
Contemporary Moral Problems
Business Ethics
Introduction to the Philosophy of the Arts

Teaching Assistant, University of Texas at Austin (1993-1997)
(the following lists only courses different from the above)

Critical Thinking
Existentialism
Philosophy of Law

 

PROFESSIONAL PEDAGOGICAL DEVELOPMENT

SoTL Leadership Program: Faculty Certificate on Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, University of British Columbia, Fall 2011-Spring 2012.

Instructional Skills Workshop, a 3-day workshop on teaching and learning at the Centre for Teaching, Learning and Technology, University of British Columbia, August 2011.

Ongoing attendance at workshops on teaching and learning, Centre for Teaching, Learning and Techology, University of British Columbia, 2004-present.

Participated in the Focus on Teaching mentoring program for junior faculty in the Faculty of Arts, University of British Columbia, Fall 2004-Spring 2005.

Attended the UW Colleges Workshop on the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, UW-Fond du Lac, August 2003.

Attended two conferences dedicated to developing first year seminars and an overall program for first year students:  the first and second UW Colleges Conference on Engaging Students in the First Year, June 2002 and March 2003.

Attended the American Association for Higher Education’s 2002 National Conference on Higher Education, focused on the theme “Learning in Context,” Chicago, March 2002.

Attended University of Wisconsin System Faculty College (three-day mini-courses devoted to teaching and learning), University of Wisconsin-Richland Center, June 2001.

UNIVERSITY AND DEPARTMENTAL SERVICE

University of British Columbia

Philosophy department

Ad hoc committee on pedagogical initiatives, Fall 2014-present
Curriculum renewal committee, Department of Philosophy, UBC, Fall 2013-Spring 2014
Sessional Hiring Committee, Department of Philosophy, Summer 2011-Summer 2012
Development and Outreach Coordinator, Department of Philosophy, Summer 2010-Summer 2011
Task Force on the Status of Women, Department of Philosophy, Spring 2010
TA Training Program Coordinator, Department of Philosophy, Summer 2009-Summer 2010
Environmental Officer, Department of Philosophy, Summer 2009-Summer 2011
Equity Officer, Department of Philosophy, Summer 2008-Summer 2009
Departmental Reading Room Coordinator, Department of Philosophy, Fall 2007-Fall 2008
Sessional Hiring Committee, Department of Philosophy, Summer 2005-Summer 2007

Arts One Program

Chair, Arts One Program, Summer 2010-Summer 2012
Arts One Advisory Committee, Fall 2008-Summer 2012

University service

Curriculum Committee, Faculty of Arts, Fall 2014-present
Merit Committee, First Year Programs, Spring 2014
Served as a peer reviewer of teaching at UBC, 2013-present
Co-facilitator, CTLT Community of Practice for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, January 2014-present
UBC Instructor Network, member of steering committee, Summer 2010-present
Bargaining Preparation Committee, UBC Faculty Association, February-June 2010; Fall 2011-Spring 2012
Planning Committee for Health Care Team Challenge, College of Health Disciplines, University of British Columbia, Fall 2005-Spring 2010

University of Wisconsin-Rock County

Steering Committee, Fall 2002-Spring 2004 (Chair Fall 2003-Spring 2004)
Annual Campus Theme planning committee, Fall 2003-Spring 2004
UW Colleges Philosophy Department Assessment Committee, Fall 2003-Spring 2004
UW Colleges Philosophy Department Professional Development Committee, Fall 2002-Spring 2003
Master Planning Committee, Fall 2002-Spring 2003
Committee on Engaging Students in the First Year, Fall 2002-Spring 2003
Strategic Planning Committee, Summer-Fall 2002
University of Wisconsin Colleges Committee on the Status of Women, Summer 2001-Fall 2001
Performing Arts Committee, Fall 2000-Spring 2002 (Chair Fall 2001-Spring 2002)

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS AND SERVICE

Member of the American Philosophical Association Committee on Teaching Philosophy, Summer 2011-Summer 2014
Journal Referee for Philosophy and Social Criticism, occasional, 2008-present
Journal Referee for Hypatia: A Journal of Feminist Philosophy, occasional, 2002-present
Member of the Canadian Philosophical Association
Member of the American Philosophical Association
Member of the Canadian Society for Women in Philosophy
Member of the Philosophy of Education Society
Member of the American Association of Philosophy Teachers