Cami Koepke

Course Title: The Philosophy of Addiction and Responsibility

Cami is a doctoral candidate in UC San Diego's Philosophy Department, who has a wide and varied background. She was the Director of Education and Community at Immanuel Lutheran Church for four years and as a baker at the Great Harvest Bread Company for three years. She has served as a committee member of the City of Boise Housing and Community Development Department - Charitable Assistance to the Community's Homeless (CATCH) Project for four years. She was also an Education Ranger for the City of Boise Ridge to Rivers Trails Program for two years.

  • BA in Philosophy, Northwest Nazarene University
  • M.Div. in Religion, Emory University
  • MA in Philosophy, Georgia State University
  • PhD student in Philosophy, University of California, San Diego

Cami was the Assistant Director of the Summer Program for Women in Philosophy at UC San Diego. She has taught numerous undergrad courses at UC San Diego, Georgia State University and Northwest Nazarene University. Cami has also taught at the Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth (CTY). She has also served as a TA for multiple UC San Diego undergraduate courses.

  • "Libertarian Paternalism and the Authority of the Autonomous Person," at the Pacific Division Meeting of the American Philosophical Association; San Diego, CA. April 16-20, 2014.
  • “How to Write and Edit a Philosophy Paper,” for Georgia State University Writing Studio, October 30th, 2012, presented to English Department Writing Tutors and Composition Instructors.
  • “Richard Hooker’s Use of Reason in Of The Laws of Ecclesiastical Polity,” Keble College, Oxford University, U.K. April, 16th 2002.