Larisa received her BA in philosophy and psychology from Simmons College, an MA in philosophy from Tufts, a PhD in philosophy from UNC-Chapel Hill, and she was a postdoctoral scholar at OSU. Larisa was recently a Lecturer in the Brandeis University Philosophy Department. She is currently working on a book project about responsibility and forgiveness after traumatic wrongdoing.
Liz has been a professor at Harvard College (English) and Bates College (Theater and Dance). She holds a PhD and MA in English from Harvard University and a BA in English and Dramatic Art from UNC (summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa).
Rasheca was a Robertson scholar who attended Duke University and also had the opportunity to simultaneously major at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill. At Duke, Rasheca majored in Public Policy and at UNC Rasheca majored in Nutrition. She graduated in 2020 summa cum laude, with distinction, and as a member of Phi Beta Kappa. She is currently pursuing a medical degree at Harvard Medical School.
Seth graduated UNC Chapel Hill Phi Beta Kappa, earning a BS in Biology. He next attended the UNC School of Medicine, completing three years of medical school before declaring a leave of absence to attend the Harvard Graduate School of Education. After graduating with his EdM from Harvard in May, Seth will return to UNC to finish his MD and apply to a joint residency in Internal Medicine-Pediatrics.
Christopher holds a BA in History and a minor in Chinese (Mandarin) from Chapel Hill, an MA in Security Studies from Kansas State University, and an MA and PhD in History from UVA. At UVA, he won the Class of 1985 Fellowship for Creative Teaching.
At UNC Chapel Hill, Justin majored in Peace, War, & Defense and Economics. He worked as a paralegal at Ropes & Gray and interned at the Departments of Justice and Defense. He attends Yale Law School.
Daphne holds a BA in Government and Political Philosophy (Belmont Abbey), and an MA in Latin and Classical Humanities (UMass Boston). She was also a Fellow at the American School of Classical Studies.
Alex is a Physics PhD student at MIT. He attended UNC Chapel Hill for his Bachelor's, where he received the chancellor's award for most talented physicist, and graduated Phi Beta Kappa with a BS in Mathematics and Physics.