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Dr. Philip Day earned his PhD in Philosophy from the University of North Texas in 2014. Dr. Day's graduate work focused on applied ethics, environmental issues, moral motivation, and the history of philosophy, science, and technology. Dr. Day taught at the University level for almost five years, developed curriculum, and was an instructor for Teach North Texas, a STEM-based teacher preparation program.  He also spent time during his graduate career writing grants, leading educational initiatives, and volunteering for several non-profits.  Dr. Day joined the Department of Family and Community Medicine as Faculty Associate (Curriculum Educator) in 2015.


University of North Texas (2008), Philosophy
Graduate School
Boston College (2010), Philosophy
Graduate School
University of North Texas (2014), Philosophy


Featured Publications LegendFeatured Publications

A Call for Ethics Literacy in Environmental Education
Poole, Alexandria, Eugene C. Hargrove, Philip Day, and Alan Berkowitz 2014

Honors & Awards

  • Toulouse Fellow
    Limited and competitive dissertation award from the Toulouse School of Graduate Studies, University of North Texas (2013-2014)

Professional Associations/Affiliations

  • North Texas Bioethics Network (2015)
  • Society of Teachers of Family Medicine (2015)
  • American Philosophical Association (2012)
  • Society for Phenomenology and Existential Philosophy (2010)