Faculty


  • Jennifer Johnson
    BA Hons. (UBC); MA (UBC); PhD. (University of California, Berkeley)
    Instructor - Philosophy

    Jennifer received her PhD. from the University of California, Berkeley and her Masters of Arts from the University of British Columbia.  She took her  ... [more]


    Kirstie Laird
    BA (hons) University of London; B.Phil, Oxford; D.Phil, Oxford
    Instructor - Philosophy

    Kirstie received her D.Phil  from Oxford, a B.Phil from Oxford, and a BA in Philosophy from the University of London.  She held a Teaching Fellowship  ... [more]


    Martin GodwynMartin Godwyn
    Southampton University BA(Hons.), Cambridge University (MA Philosophy), UBC (Ph.D.)
    Instructor - Philosophy

    Martin received his Ph.D. from UBC in 2005 having acquired his M.Phil. from Cambridge University and a BA (Hons.) from Southampton University. His mai ... [more]


    Fleming 2016 FallMichael Fleming
    University of Waikato, New Zealand (M. Soc. Sci), UBC (Ph.D.)
    Instructor - Philosophy

    Michael received his Ph.D. from UBC and his M.Soc.Sci. degree in philosophy from the University of Waikato in New Zealand. His principal areas of inte ... [more]


    Dr. Susan GardnerSusan Gardner
    BA (Hons.)(McGill), B. Phil. (Oxford), PhD (Concordia)
    Instructor - Humanities/Philosophy

    Sue is a graduate of Oxford University in England, as well as Concordia University in Montreal. She taught in the Arts I program at UBC before coming  ... [more]


    WestWell-RoperYolande Westwell-Roper
    MA, Ed.D. (UBC), D.Phil. (Oxford)
    Instructor - Humanities/Philosophy

    Yolande has a doctorate in moral philosophy from Oxford University, and three degrees from UBC including a doctorate in philosophy of education.  She  ... [more]

  • "The worst thing that intellectuals can do - the cardinal sin - is to try to set themselves up as great prophets vis-à-vis their fellow men and to impress them with puzzling philosophies. Anyone who can not speak clearly and simply should say nothing and continue to work until he can do so."

    ~ Karl Popper