University of North Texas
Adam Briggle graduated with a PhD in Environmental Studies from the University of Colorado, Boulder. His dissertation research was on the President’s Council on Bioethics.
Adam's research is interdisciplinary in nature, exploring the connections between science, technology, and society. He is particularly interested in bridging the worlds of academia, public policy, and public culture. Adam is currently working on the Vici project “Evaluating the Cultural Quality of New Media.” Within this overall project, his research focuses on the quality of computer-mediated relationships and the meaning of a good life in a high-tech world.
Adam has accepted a tenure track assistant professor position at the University of North Texas in the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies, which is one of the leading places for environmental philosophy work.
Please visit Adam's homepage at the University of North Texas.