Scott Wolcott - CV.pdf

AOS - Ethics, Moral Psychology

AOC - Experimental Philosophy, Philosophy of Psychology, Logic, Bioethics, Virtue Theory, Political Philosophy

2013 - Current       Ph.D., Philosophy

                                University at Albany, SUNY

                                Dissertation - Taking Victims Seriously: A New Approach to Moral Responsibility

2013 - 2015           M.A. Philosophy

                                University at Albany, SUNY

2010 - 2013           B.A. Philosophy

                                Calvin College

2016 - Current       Marist College                                                                         Poughkeepsie, NY

                                - Adjunct Professor (2016 -2017, 2017 - 2018, Current)

                                - Visiting Faculty (2018 - 2019, 2019 - 2020)

2016 - Current       University at Albany, SUNY                                                   Albany, NY

                                - Adjunct Professor

2019 - Current       SUNY New Paltz                                                                     New Paltz, NY

                                - Adjunct Professor

2019                       Siena College                                                                           Latham, NY

                                - Adjunct Professor

2017 - 2019           Hartwick College                                                                     Oneonta, NY

                                - Adjunct Professor

2015 - 2018           Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth

                               - Teaching Assistant (2015 - 2016)

                               - Instructor (2017 - 2018)

Spring 2020     Corpus Linguistics at the Graduate Campus Universitat Zurich                                                                                a survey of the most recent developments in moral psychology taught by Dr.                                              Mark Alfano focusing on methods in and analyses of interdisciplinary research

                                   **Canceled due to Covid 19 Pandemic**

Spring 2018      Moral Psychology at the Dutch Research School of Philosophy (OZSW)                                                                   a survey of the most recent developments in moral psychology taught by Dr.                                             Mark Alfano focusing on methods in and analyses of interdisciplinary research

Fall 2015            Latin at University at Albany, SUNY                                                                                                                              supervised reading and translation with Dr. Nathan Powers focusing on

                                    reading and translating philosophical texts.

Summer 2015    Latin at the POLIS Institute of Languages and Humanities                                                                                      a six week intensive language course in advanced Latin focusing on retrieved                                             methods of teaching the language as a spoken language

April 2020            "Implicit Bias"

                              Panel Discussion - Invited Panelist

                              Marist College

                              **Canceled due to Covid-19 Pandemic**

April 2019            "What It Means To Be Lucky"

                              Invited Talk

                              Hartwick College

April 2019            Comments on "Experimental Philosophy and the Problem of Evil"

                              Annual Graduate Conference

                              University at Albany Philosophical Association

February 2019     "A Control-Modal Hybrid Account of Luck"

                               Central Division Meeting

                               American Philosophical Association

September 2018  "A Control-Modal Hybrid Account of Luck"

                               Graduate Student Essay Prize Talk

                               University at Albany Philosophical Association

May 2018              "Blame and Responsibility"

                               Neurons to Norms Conference on Moral Psychology

                               American University of Beirut

 

May 2018               "Implicit Attitudes, Blame, and Moral Responsibility

                                Works in Progress Talk Series

                                University at Albany Philosophy Association

May 2017              "Control, Consciousness, and Moral Responsibility"

                               Works in Progress Talk Series

                               University at Albany Philosophy Association

November 2016    Invited Comments on "Belief in the Divine in an Age of Science"

                               Round Table Discussion

                               Minorities and Philosophy, University at Albany

April 2015             Comments on "Considering Islamic Environmental Ethics"

                               Annual Graduate Conference

                               University at Albany Philosophy Association

March 2015          "Implicit Bias and the Police: Understanding Shooter Bias"

                               Symposium on Implicit Bias

                               Minorities and Philosophy, University at Albany

May 2018 - Current             UAlbany Philosophy Dissertation Writing Group, Coordinator

Jan 2019                              UAlbany Graduate Student Conference, Blind Reviewer

February 2019                     UAlbany Graduate Student Conference, Blind Reviewer

August 2015 - 2017            University at Albany Philosophical Association, Secretary

Aug 2015 - Aug 2016          Minorities and Philosophy (UAlbany Chapter) Graduate Student Advisor

Aug 2014 - Aug 2016          UAlbany Graduate Student Association, Judicial Board Chairman

Mar 2014                              Minorities and Philosophy Symposium on Race and Implicit Bias, Organizer

Feb 2014                               UAlbany Graduate Student Conference, Blind Reviewer

May 2018                             University at Albany - Graduate Student Essay Prize

                                              "A Control-Modal Hybrid Account of Luck"

American Philosophical Association

Society for Philosophy and Psychology