At the moment, I am working (in an utterly mad fashion) toward a M.S. in Clinical Psychology at Eastern Kentucky University.
I graduated from the University of Kentucky in December of 2010 with a B.A. in Political Science and a minor in Philosophy.
While the University of Kentucky doesn’t officially reflect sub-fields of study, in pursuit of my Political Science major I selected classes in an effort to focus on Political Theory, and Political and Economic ramifications of technology and new media. My particular interests were in the growing role of intellectual property as western political and economic systems become more information oriented.
In earning my minor in Philosophy I completed the University of Kentucky’s undergraduate and graduate level courses in formal logic. Outside of logic I focused on ethics and morality, competing in 2009 and 2010 with the University team in the Intercollegiate Regional Ethics Bowl, qualifying for national competition in 2009.
During my team at UK I was a managing web-editor for the student literary publication “The Cat’s Figment”, participated in the BB&T Learning Laboratory on Capitalism Book Club, and attended events sponsored by the UK Students for Liberty.
Outside of Political Science and Philosophy I tended to fill my schedule with classes in Astronomy and Economics.