Student Evaluations
I will provide copies of my official student evaluations here. I give only the numeric summary of my evaluations for all courses taught each semester, without student comments. As you might imagine, the numbers vary depending on the particular course; as a general rule, my evaluations tend to be higher in classes with higher course numbers.

Spring 2015: Phil 2 (Introduction to Ethics, 118 students), Phil 26 (History of Philosophy), Phil 131 (Philosophy of Religion), and Phil 145A (Chinese Philosophy). 232 students total
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Fall 2015: Phil 2 (Introduction to Ethics, 118 students), Phil 26 (History of Philosophy), Phil 127 (History of Ancient Philosophy), and Phil 145B (Philosophies of India). 212 students total.
Fall_2015-Profile

Spring 2016: Phil 2 (Introduction to Ethics, 124 students), Phil 26 (History of Philosophy), Phil 127 (History of Ancient Philosophy), Phil 145A (Chinese Philosophy); 223 students total
Spring_2016-Profile

Fall 2016: Phil 2 (Introduction to Ethics), Phil 26 (History of Philosophy), Phil 127 (History of Ancient Philosophy), Phil 145B (Philosophies of India)
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Spring 2017: Phil 2 (Introduction to Ethics), 118 students; Phil 127 (History of Ancient Philosophy); Phil 145A (Chinese Philosophy) online
Spring_2017-Profile

Fall 2017: Phil 26 (History of Philosophy), online megasection; Phil 145A (Chinese Philosophy), online; Phil 145B (Philosophies of India); Phil 192T (Seminar in the Theory of Action); 201 students total
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