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Faculty Biography

Faculty Biography | Robert Nash

Robert Nash

Robert NashProfessor

Contact Information:
Mann Hall
802-656 3356

Robert J. Nash has been a professor in the College of Education and Social Services, University of Vermont, Burlington, for 44 years. specializes in philosophy of education, applied ethics, higher education, and religion, spirituality, and education. He holds graduate degrees in English, Theology/Religious Studies, Applied Ethics and Liberal Studies, and Educational Philosophy. He holds faculty appointments in teacher education, higher education administration, and interdisciplinary studies in education. He administers the Interdisciplinary Master’s Program, and he teaches applied ethics, religion, higher education, and philosophy of education courses, as well as scholarly personal narrative writing seminars (a genre of writing that he created), across four graduate programs in the college.


Selected Publications

  • Nash, R.J. & Bishop, P. (2006). "Teaching adolescents about religious pluralism in a post 9-11 world." Journal of Religion and Education, 33(1). 26-48.