index Regan's Teaching

 

Alumni often talk of how Tom Regan’s classes and their study of philosophy provided a major turning point in their lives. In Regan’s classes, many young people started to examine their own lives and think about the most basic human truths. His inspired teaching earned him numerous teaching awards. Regan was inducted into the NC State Academy of Outstanding Teachers in 1969 and was an Alumni Distinguished Professor from 1977 to 1981. He was a Visiting Distinguished Scholar at the University of Calgary in the spring of 1977 and at Brooklyn College in 1982, as well as a Fellow at the National Humanities Center from 1984 to 1985.

Outstanding Teaching Award Alumni Distinguished Professor Letter from a student Teaching Syllabus letter from Regan's students Chass Teaching Award

 

He received the Gandhi Award in 1986, and the Joseph Wood Krutch Medal from the Humane Society of the U.S. in 1987. He is a member of the American Philosophical Association, the N.C. Philosophical Society, the Virginia Philosophical Society, the American Society for Values Inquiry, the Society of Ethics and Animals, the Society for Business Ethics, and was cofounder of the Moore Society. Regan was awarded the Holladay Medal in 2000, which is the highest honor bestowed by the trustees of the university on a faculty member, based on the awardee’s teaching, research, and service. Regan taught a variety of philosophy classes, many focusing on ethics and morality, including "Philosophy 275–Ethics."

 

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