Catherine Ludlum Foos
Associate Professor, Philosophy
Tom Raper 238
- Ph.D., Philosophy, Northwestern University, 1993
- M. A., Philosophy, Northwestern University, 1985
- B.A. Philosophy, Boston College, 1982
Current Research Interests
Ethics, Plato, Levinas, Service-Learning
- Ludlum Foos, C. (2004). Hatred and objectivity: “I’m not prejudiced, but . . .” Humanity and Society,28:1, 83-101.
- Ludlum Foos, C. (1998). The “different voice” of service. Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 5, 14-21.
- Ludlum Foos, C. & Hatcher, J. A. (Eds). (1999). Service learning workshop curriculum guide. Indianapolis: Indiana Campus Compact.
Selected Previous Employment Positions
- Visiting Assistant Professor, John Carroll University, University Heights, OH (1991-93)
- Instructor, Moorhead State University, Moorhead, MN (1988-91)
Selected Offices Held in National/International Professional Organizations
- Steering Committee, Educators for Community Engagement
Selected Academic Awards/Recognitions
- Thomas Ehrlich Award for Service Learning, 2001 (Indiana University)
- Brian Douglas Hiltunen Faculty Award for Outstanding Contribution to the Scholarship of Engagement, 2000 (Indiana Campus Compact)