Karen L. Hornsby


DepartmentLiberal Studies




OfficeGeneral Classroom Building
Room: 405

1601 East Market Street
Greensboro, NC 27411

Karen L. Hornsby


Ph D: Philosophy, Bowling Green State University, 2003

MA: Philosophy, Bowling Green State University, 1999

BA: Philosophy, California State University, Sacramento, 1997

Research Interests

Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, applied ethics, undergraduate research

Recent Publications

Hornsby, Karen  Franklin, Tawanna  (2016).  Enriching the Fabric of Learning Through Co-Inquiry with Students.   Teaching & Learning Inquiry.

Werder, Carmen  Thibou, Shevell  Simkins, Scott  Hornsby, Karen  Legg, Kali  Franklin, Tawanna  (2016).  Co-Inquiry with Students: When Shared Questions Lead the Way.  (2,  4,  pp. 1–15).  Teaching & Learning Inquiry.

Hornsby, Karen  (2016).  The Pedagogical Imperative: Achieving Areté in Philosophy Graduate Programs.  In Michael Cholbi  (1,  39,  pp. 51-68).  Teaching Philosophy.

Hornsby, Karen  Maki, Wade  (2015).  A Short History of Experiential Learning and Its Application to Business Ethics.  In Julinna Oxley and Ramona Ilea,  Experiential Learning in Philosophy   Routledge.