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David R. Keller

Director of the Center for the Study of Ethics

Utah Valley State College

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Utah Valley State College

800 West University Parkway

Orem, Utah,84058

United States

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humanistsofutah.org

Thanks also to Dr. David Keller of Utah Valley State College for representing H of U. Both gentlemen served as articulate and thoughtful spokespersons for the various "sides" they represent.
The Board would like to than Professor David Keller for his thoughtful and aggressive defense of freethinking.


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This seminar will draw on three readings: Tornados and the Sublime: Discourse on the Human Place in Nature by David R. Keller; Being Prey by Val Plumwood (both available online); and A Florida Swamp: In with the Ixia by Bill Belleville (available by email from dorindad@uga.edu).
David R. Keller is Professor of Philosophy and Director of the Center for the Study of Ethics at Utah Valley University (UVU). After receiving a double-major baccalaureate degree in English and Philosophy from Franklin & Marshall College and a masters degree in Philosophy from Boston College, Keller earned a doctorate in Philosophy at the University of Georgia. David R. Keller is Director of the Center for the Study of Ethics at Utah Valley State College (UVSC), Associate Professor of Philosophy, and Chair of the Environmental Studies Program. After receiving a double-major baccalaureate degree in English and Philosophy from Franklin and Marshall College and a masters degree in Philosophy from Boston College, David earned a doctorate in Philosophy at the University of Georgia. Dr. Keller is presenting this seminar in memory of the late Frank Golley.


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Cutline is David Keller, Director of the Center for the Study of Ethics at Utah Valley University.
Courtesy davidkeller.us Utah Valley University professor David Keller had a knack for teaching philosophy in an accessible way and communicating with people across the ideological spectrum. Keller, the 51-year-old director of the UVU Center for Ethics, died Saturday of a fast-moving cancer brought on by radiation therapy used to treat Hodgkin's disease 30 years ago, according to his self-penned obituary. He started his studies at the University of Utah while he was still recovering and went on to Franklin and Marshall College followed by Boston College for a master's degree and the University of Georgia for a doctorate. Tweet Photos Cutline is David Keller, Director of the Center for the Study of Ethics at Utah Valley University. Courtesy davidkeller.us After a childhood spent hiking and camping in the red rock country of Utah, Keller focused his academic career on environmental ethics. In his work, David Keller advocated for philosophers, scientists and policymakers to work together for environmental stewardship, said Brian Birch, associate vice-president for academic affairs at UVU. "David was a public intellectual," Birch said, participating in debates like "Is God necessary for ethics? In his 18 years at UVU, David Keller brought lofty ideas down to earth, said philosophy professor Elaine Englehardt. As director at the Center for Ethics, David Keller attracted speakers ranging from Ralph Nader to Sen. "I just feel like David created one of the stellar programs in the country," Englehardt said. Keller also founded a chapter of the American Association of University Professors union - one that now bears his name - advocating for professors and bringing attention to the issue of low-paid adjuncts while maintaining a good relationship with the UVU administration. "They respected David and his analysis of a situation. "When David made a friend, he kept that friend. He really had good ideas." Keller is survived by his wife, Anina Merrill, brother Peter Keller and sister Christene Keller-Ensign.


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Utah Valley University professor David Keller had a knack for teaching philosophy in an accessible way and communicating with people across the ideological spectrum.
Keller, the 51-year-old director of the UVU Center for Ethics, died ...


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David R. Keller is a professor of philosophy at Utah Valley University.


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