Anthony (Tony) Givhan, Lecturer I


Candidate: Doctor of Philosophy, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI.

Dissertation Area: Philosophy of Science
Dissertation Topic: The Role of Values in Theory Choice
Areas of Competence: Philosophy of Science, Philosophy of Religion, Logic

Master of Arts, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI

Major: Philosophy
Thesis: “David Hume and the Design Argument: A Critical Examination”

Master of Religious Education, Grand Rapids Theological Seminary, Grand Rapids, MI

Major: Religious Education

Bachelor of Science, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, MI

Major: Political Science
Minor: Economics

Teaching Experience

University of Michigan, Flint (2008)

  • Critical Thinking

Washtenaw Community College (2007, 2008)

  • Introduction to Philosophy

Michigan State University (2007)

  • Logic and Reasoning

Jackson Community College (2005 –2007)

  • Introduction to Philosophy
  • Logic
  • Great World Religions