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Faculty from all disciplines at ASU pursue scholarship that advances our ability to create the world in which we want to live and teach students how to explore and act on the ethical challenges of their fields of study. If you are interested in joining the Lincoln Center faculty community, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or fill out this form.
Manninen teaches and researches in philosophy, with an emphasis on applied ethics, medical ethics, philosophy of religion, and philosophy and film. She also has interests in social and political philosophy.
McGregor’s current research interests are focused on a number of questions in moral and legal philosophy, in particular she is now working on a multi-year project on food justice.
Neal is the director of the Clinical and Legal Judgment Lab and founding faculty member of ASU's Program on Law and Behavioral Science.
Newhauser has a doctorate in English, with an emphasis on Medieval studies. His areas of research interest include the moral tradition in intellectual history and sensory studies (sensology).
O'Donnell is the author of two books, Elizabeth Seton: American Saint (2018) and Men of Letters in the Early Republic (2008). She writes and teaches about American history, the Atlantic World, and Catholicism.
John Parker's research focuses on social dimensions of scientific collaborations, scientific work life, scientific and intellectual social movements, scientific elites, scientific careers, and emotions and creativity.
Pinillos' research interests lie in the areas of philosophy of language, cognitive science, epistemology and experimental philosophy.
Price teaches nonprofit management, community development, leadership, ethics and public policy courses.
Rittmann is director of the Biodesign Swette Center for Environmental Biotechnology. He is an international leader in the use of microbial communities to provide services to society.