Pamela C. Crosby
Pamela C. Crosby, PhD (firstname.lastname@example.org) is a National Milken Family Foundation Award Educator; Florida State University Profiles of Service Award recipient; Colorado Teacher of the Year finalist; Poudre School District Distinguished Teacher of the Year Award recipient; former vice president on the board of directors of the Institute of American Religious and Philosophical Thought; and past associate editor of the American Journal of Theology and Philosophy. Her research interests include moral and religious education of college students and adults, and philosophy of language and inquiry in early 20th century. She has authored articles and book chapters on these topics. She earned her PhD in social foundations of education and holds master's degrees in English education and philosophy. She has served as an editor of the Journal of College and Character since 2004. Her current research project focuses on the comparison and contrast of the theory of meaning of British Victorian philosopher Lady Victoria Welby with that of the classic American pragmatists.