Instructor of Environmental Studies
Don Dillard is a Distance Education adjunct faculty member at Unity College. He completed his doctoral studies in Philosophy at the University of Tennessee at Knoxville in 2016, and he has received the following degrees: MA in Philosophy from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville, BS in Philosophy (with a minor in creative writing) from Austin Peay State University (Clarksville, TN), AA in Psychology from Jackson State Community College (Jackson, TN), and an AA in Education from Jackson State Community College (Jackson, TN).
In addition to teaching Philosophy to college students since 2012, Don has also taught philosophy to Elementary students (as a volunteer in the “Philosophy for Kids” program) and High School students (as the Director for the TN High School Ethics Bowl program).
As a professional philosopher, Don is an Applied Ethicist with interests in Bioethics and Space Ethics. In addition to teaching for Unity, Don Also teaches for Roane State Community College (Harriman, TN) and Austin Peay State University (Clarksville, TN). Finally, Don is a Veteran of the US Navy and was born in Amersfort, the Netherlands.
MA in Philosophy