University Service

“Modernity and its Discontents: Remarks on the Recent Work of Jürgen Habermas and Michel Foucault,” Faculty Colloquium, University of North Florida, April 1988.

Chair, UNF Foreign Culture Committee, 1988-1992

“The Current Dispute among German Historians over the Nazi Past.” Presentation to UNF Chapter of Phi Alpha Theta, Spring 1989.

Author, UNF Center for the Humanities Annual Report, 1989-90, submitted to original funding source, the Riverbranch Foundation.  Report was critical in obtaining final $23,000 grant installment.

“Censorship and the Arts,” Inaugural Meeting of the UNF Philosophy Club, November 1990.

Director, UNF Humanities Council, 1991-95

“The UNF Center for the Humanities,” presentation to the newly formed Humanities Community Advisory Board, President’s Conference Room, December 1991.

Coordinator/Moderator, “Teach-In on Toni Morrison,” November 1993, Humanities Council symposium on the occasion of Ms. Morrison’s receipt of the Nobel prize in literature.

Member Pre-Law Advisory Board, 1997 to present

Director, UNF Center for Ethics, Public Policy, and the Professions, 1999-2003.

Advisory Committee Member, COH Spirituality and Health Initiative, 2000-01.

Coordinator, COAS Interdisciplinary Seminar and Lecture Series, with Robert Pippin, Department of Philosophy and Chair, Committee on Social Thought, University of Chicago, Spring 2001.

Coordinator & Moderator, 9/11 and its Aftermath: Perspectives from Religion and Philosophy, Philosophy Department/Ethics Center Symposium October 2001.

Member of University Fulbright Alumni Committee, 2002-present

“The Relationship of Religion and Politics: A Hegelian Perspective,” Faculty Seminar Presentation, December 2004.

Chair, COAS Interim Dean Search Committee, Spring/Summer 2006

Insight & Inquiry Lecture Series Board Member, 2007-2011.

Graduate Council Member, 2008-14

Arranged 2012-13 COAS Prelaw Lecture Series for NYU and Oxford University Professor Jeremy Waldron