My main research interests lie at the intersection of social epistemology and ethics. Lately, I’ve been studying intellectual virtues, epistemic injustice, and the epistemology of disagreement.

I’m currently writing on intellectual humility and love, through a grant from the Craighton T. and Linda G. Hippenhammer Faculty Scholarship at Olivet Nazarene University.

You can sample some of my academic articles and papers on this site, on PhilPapers, at Olivet Digital Commons, and Academia.edu.

I’m also active in the open-source software community, where I advocate for ethical web development practices. Olivet’s Walker School of Engineering invited me to create a course on the subject.

You can sample some of my projects on this site as well as on GitLab and GitHub.