The Ethics and Society blog is delighted to welcome the following candidates to Fordham University’s Master of Arts in Ethics and Society:
Kelly Collins graduated in 2011 with a BS in Philosophy and Political Science from Florida State University. After moving to New York City shortly after graduation, she began working as a legal assistant in a well-known international law firm. While pursuing her MA in Ethics and Society, Kelly hopes to utilize real-world skills to analyze and reflect upon today’s moral dilemmas.
Tim Colvin is currently a senior at Fordham University from Kings Park, New York. He is a dual major in Political Science and Classical Civilization with a minor in Philosophy. Tim is interested in attending law school and hopes to apply a background in ethics in practice after completing the MA in Ethics and Society.
Margaret Desmond completed her BA in Anthropology and Philosophy at Fordham University. She has worked at Catholic Charities Refugee Resettlement Office, the Museum of Jewish Heritage, and the Bronx Oncology Living Daily Program during her time in New York. Margaret joined the Center for Ethics Education as a graduate assistant this fall and will also be completing her MA in Ethics and Society. With her interest in medicine and background in archaeology, Margaret hopes to explore the ethical issues of these different disciplines while in the program.
Yohan Garcia is a Fordham University student from Puebla, Mexico. He earned an Associate’s Degree from the Borough of Manhattan Community College in Business Management, and a BA in Political Science from Hunter College.
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