Precision and depth, nothing less. A graduate of Boston College (biology and philosophy, summa cum laude/ Phi Beta Kappa), I work as a teaching assistant at the Katholische Universität, Eichstätt, in the Faculty of Languages and Literatures (2012-2013 school year). I am beginning my PhD in philosophy at the University of California, San Diego, in September 2013. In the top 1% of Elance writers, I have a unique and focused skill set in philosophy that I can bring to bear in helping you communicate your next science humanities assignment lucidly and forcefully.
I have extensive experience as an executive editor for Elements, the undergraduate research journal of Boston College. Recently, I have designed the entire journal for Adobe InDesign CS5. In addition, I am familiar with writing both in the biological sciences and in philosophy, with extensive experience in peer review and copy editing in each discipline.
I am applying for philosophy PhDs for the 2013 school year.
I provide comprehensive writing services that enhance your writing's clarity, helping you craft a persuasive and effective argument. I have experience in editing dissertations, journal article drafts, philosophy articles, and science articles.
I also provide research assistance and tutoring. My areas of specialization are phenomenology, philosophy of science, neuroscience, and philosophy of mind. I also dabble in intellectual history, finance, and classical music.
My senior honors thesis was titled "The Forgotten Mind: An Essay in Biological Ontology."
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University of California, San Diego
Doctor of Philosophy, Philosophy
Bachelor of Science in Biology and Philosophy
2008 - 2012
Katholische Universität, Eichstätt
2012 - Present
Teaching English in the Faculty of Languages and Literatures (located one hour north of Munich).
Connors Family Learning Center, Boston College
2011 - 2012
Tutored chemistry, organic chemistry, biology, and writing to undergraduates at Boston College.