Daniel Doviak

Associate Professor, Philosophy & Business
Main Campus > Moyer Hall > 3rd Floor


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  • Ph.D., University of Massachusetts
  • B.A., Rutgers University

Teaching Interests

My teaching is guided by two main goals: to deepen students' intellectual curiosity and to strengthen students' analytical and critical reasoning skills. I strive to build a classroom environment in which students not only explore ideas with passion and creativity, but also appreciate the depth and nuance in whatever we're studying.

Research, Scholarship or Creative/Artistic Interests

My current research interests lie at the intersection of decision analysis and moral philosophy. I'm particularly interested in the extent to which formal methods can help us better understand and address various decision problems, e.g., how to weigh conflicting goals, values or objectives; how to fairly divide scarce resources; and how to manage risk, especially in situations where those affected have very different risk preferences.

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