Assistant Professor and Co-Director of First Year Experiencee firstname.lastname@example.org
PhD, University of Iowa, 2003
BS, Philosophy, Northwestern University, 1988
Prior to joining Regis College in 2010, Dr. Jackson taught at Bloomsburg University, Washington and Lee University, Hobart and William Smith Colleges, Ithaca College, SUNY Cortland, University of Iowa, and Grinnell College.
Jackson, Bernard, Hoop Dreams, Blacktop Realities: Basketball’s Role in the Social Construction of Black Manhood," Basketball and Philosophy (2007).
Jackson, Bernard, "Wake Up!: A Pragmatism for a New Age”, Philosophy of Pragmatism: Salient Inquiries (2008).
Participation in NEH seminar for college teachers on the Topic, “American Constitutionalism in Comparative Perspective.”
Recipient of a research grant coordinated through the SUNY Research Foundation to conduct research relating to philosophical discussions with clients about the meaning of work and the motivational effect of the discussions on the individual.
Awarded a grant to develop an online/asynchronous course using WebCT offered during Winter Session 2002 at SUNY Cortland (Introduction to Philosophy).
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