Craig Merow is a doctoral student studying bioethics and philosophy at MSU. The University Distinguished Fellowship made it possible for him to relocate from his home in Pennsylvania to East Lansing.

Craig Merow is a doctoral student studying bioethics and philosophy at MSU. The University Distinguished Fellowship made it possible for him to relocate from his home in Pennsylvania to East Lansing. He hopes that his background in teaching and his philosophy studies will enable him to serve as a bridge between the two communities, encouraging the teaching of philosophy to secondary students to help them develop critical thinking skills and other beneficial life skills.

Fellowship: University Distinguished Fellowship

Department: Philosophy

Area of focus: Bioethics

Major professor: Fred Gifford, PhD

Education: BA, Temple University, (1973) Geology; MEd, Temple University, (1975) Science Education; EdD, (Honoris Causa) (1990) Universidad Nacional Federico Villarreal (Lima, Peru); BA, University of Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, (2006) Philosophy; MBE (Master of Bioethics), University of Pennsylvania, (2009) Bioethics


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