Program: History and Philosophy of Science
Education: B.A. in Mathematics and Music (double major) in 2004 from SUNY Potsdam. She received her M.Ed. from Roberts Wesleyan College and her MA(TS) from St. Bernard's School of Theology and Ministry
Year of Matriculation: 2014
Her primary research interests address the question: What happens to self-identity when, through neuro-degenerative memory loss (such as Alzheimer's Disease), a person forgets God? She is using a historically and philosophically informed approach to develop a theological anthropology that dialogues with the sciences of the mind, in order to investigate the problem of memory loss and what it means to be a 'self' from individual, relational, and communal perspectives.
Areas of Interest: History and Philosophy of the Mind Sciences, Theology and Science Dialogue