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Karen Hornsby

Author Profile

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Assistant Professor of Philosophy
1601 East Market Street, Gibbs Hall 329
Greensboro, NC 27411 klhornsb@ncat.edu

Phone:336-285-2321

Background Information

Karen Hornsby is a philosophy faculty member at North Carolina A&T State University. She received her PhD from Bowling Green State University in applied ethics and was selected as a 2005-2006 Carnegie Scholar, exploring the development of moral reasoning skills in undergraduate students. Currently, she serves as a Teagle Assessment Scholar and co-directs A&T's Wabash National Study of Liberal Arts Education assessment project. She also co-manages the Wabash/Provost Scholars, a group of undergraduate students who gather and analyze qualitative data about the student learning environment at A&T. Dr. Hornsby conducts workshops on scholarly teaching and has published articles on student learning both nationally and internationally.

Related Pedagogical Projects

Over the past five years, Karen has worked with Wade Maki (University of North Carolina Greensboro) to create numerous digital learning objects including "The Virtual Philosopher" and "The Virtual Executive."