Graduate Students

Trevor Adams
Trevor Adams
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LPH 315F
Trevor Adams is a philosophy graduate student and teaching assistant at UNL. Trevor earned his B.A. in Philosophy from Boise State University and his M.A. in philosophy from Oklahoma State University. His interests include epistemology, philosophy of mind, and philosophy of religion. When he is not doing philosophy, Trevor enjoys chess, rock climbing, and disc golf.

Bryant Barnes
Bryant Barnes
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LPH 315S
Bryant Barnes is a philosophy graduate student and teaching assistant at UNL.

Andrew Christmas
Andrew Christmas
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Andrew Christmas is a philosophy graduate student at UNL.

Joseph Dante
Joseph Dante

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Joseph Dante is a philosophy graduate student at UNL.


John del Rosario
John Del Rosario

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LPH 315F

John Del Rosario is a graduate student and teaching assistant at UNL. He is from Manila, Philippines. John's primary interests are Christian theology, Philosophy of Religion, and Process Philosophy.


 Hai Diep
Hai "Mark" Diep

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Hai (Mark) Diep is a philosophy graduate student at UNL.


Bjorn Flanagan
Bjorn Flanagan

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LPH 315S

Bjorn Flanagan is a philosophy graduate student and teaching assistant at UNL.


Guillermo Gonzalez
Guillermo Gonzalez

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LPH 337

Guillermo Gonzalez is a philosophy graduate student and teaching assistant at UNL. Guillermo is primarily interested in logic (especially second and higher order modal logic) and philosophy of language, with secondary areas of interest in the history of analytic philosophy, and metaphysics ( in particular modal metaphysics). Guillermo received his BA in philosophy from the University of Southern California. During his free time, Guillermo enjoys going out for walks with his family, and spending time at family gatherings.


Janelle A. Gormley
Janelle A. Gormley

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LPH 315F

Janelle Gormley is a graduate student and teaching assistant at UNL. She received her B.A. of philosophy at the University of West Florida (2017), and she received her M.A. at the University of Florida (2019). Janelle’s primary interests include Aristotelian virtue ethics and the role friendship plays in making our lives go well, along with philosophical pedagogy. In her free time, Janelle is not only working on her virtues, but she is also playing animal crossing; she is listening and dancing to music; and she enjoys cooking Filipino food for her friends.


Samuel Hobbs
Samuel Hobbs

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LPH 315V

Samuel Hobbs is a philosophy graduate student and teaching assistant at UNL.


Eunhong Lee
Eunhong Lee

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LPH 315S

Eunhong Lee is a philosophy graduate student and teaching assistant at UNL. She received her B.A. and M.A. degrees from Chung-Ang University in South Korea. Eunhong’s philosophical interests include metaphysics, ethics, and philosophy of mind. Her non-philosophic interests include travel, yoga, and writing essays.


John Lee
John Lee

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John Lee is a philosophy graduate student at UNL.


Jason Lemmon
Jason Lemmon

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LPH 337

Jason Lemmon is a philosophy graduate student and teaching assistant at UNL. He has a BA in philosophy from the University of Illinois at Chicago and an MA in philosophy from Northern Illinois University. He also has an MA in history from the University of Oregon, where his focus was intellectual history since Darwin. Currently, his primary focus is the relationship between practical reason and weakness of will.


Talhah Mustafa
Talhah Mustafa

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LPH 315V

Talhah Mustafa is a philosophy graduate student and teaching assistant at UNL. He received his undergraduate degree in philosophy with a mathematics minor from Baruch College. Talhah's main philosophical interest lies in epistemology, specifically regarding a priori and a posteriori knowledge. He's interested in how these two types of knowledge are intertwined, and how their connections affect the justification of knowledge we hold.


Kevin Patton
Kevin Patton

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Kevin Patton is a philosophy graduate student at UNL. He received his BA degree from the University of Nebraska-Omaha in 2013. Kevin's philosophical interests are wide-ranging and include in metaphysics, epistemology, logic, and ethics. His non-philosophic interests include powerlifting, computer repair, video games, cigars, and anything do-it-yourself.


Mark Selzer
Mark Selzer

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LPH 315W

Mark Selzer is a philosophy graduate student and teaching assistant at UNL. He earned a BA in philosophy from California State University, East Bay and an MA in philosophy from San Francisco State University. He is primarily interested in normativity, reasons, and agency. He is working on a version of reasons internalism that does not rely on the Humean theory of motivation.


Christopher Stratman
Christopher Stratman

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LPH 315S

Christopher Stratman is a philosophy graduate student and teaching assistant at UNL. He received his B.G.S. and M.A. degrees at the University of Kansas. His primary philosophical interests are in philosophy of mind, especially the relationship between intentionality and consciousness, but he also works in metaphysics and bioethics. Christopher’s dissertation defends a version of the Phenomenal Intentionality Theory that focuses on the temporal structure of conscious experience. Additionally, he has increasingly become interested in philosophical problems related to the alleged non-epistemic values in medicine and science. His non-philosophical interests include, but are not limited to, photography, history of fine arts, playing guitar, traveling, and spending time with his family. You can find out more about Christopher’s philosophical interest at cstratman.com.


Lauren Sweetland
Lauren Sweetland

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Lauren is a philosophy graduate student at UNL. Lauren received her BA in philosophy from Arizona State University and her MA degree in philosophy from ASU as well. Lauren’s research interests are primarily social and political philosophy, metaethics, ethics, and epistemology. She is also interested in philosophy of science and applied ethics. Lauren enjoys reading, listening to black metal, and makeup artistry.


Cheng Chang Tu
Cheng Chang Tu

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Cheng Chang (Alfred) Tu is a philosophy graduate student at UNL. He received both his BA and MA in philosophy from National Chung Cheng University, Taiwan. His primary research interests are metaphysics and epistemology.


Ryan Turner
Ryan Turner

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LPH 315S

Ryan is a philosophy graduate student and teaching assistant at UNL. They earned a BA degree in philosophy from Arizona State University in 2016. Ryan's research interests include normative ethics, feminist philosophy, metaphysics of gender and race, and continental philosophy. Outside philosophy, they enjoy retro gaming, walking with a good audiobook, voting theory, and spending time with friends.


Zachariah Wrublewski
Zachariah Wrublewski

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LPH 315W

Zachariah Wrublewski is a philosophy graduate student and teaching assistant at UNL. His primary philosophical interests are in metaethics, epistemology (with a special interest in modal epistemology), normative ethics, and philosophical pedagogy.


Chen Xia
Chen Xia

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LPH 315F

Chen Xia is a philosophy graduate student and teaching assistant at UNL.


Seungchul Yang
Seungchul Yang
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LPH 315S
Seungchul Yang is a philosophy graduate student and teaching assistant at UNL. He received his B.A. and M.A. degrees from Soongsil University in South Korea. Seungchul's philosophical interests include morality, normativity, and rationality.

DonJun Yuan
DongJun Yuan

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DongJun (Kiki) Yuan is a philosophy graduate student at UNL.