Interested in making data trends in higher education reachable to the public, Amy Nigh specializes in socially relevant topics in the humanities and education at the intersection with technology. Amy has published on philosophy in both academic journals and public-facing domains. She has also worked as an educator and an academic advisor in the e-learning industry.
- Education: BA Spanish language and literature, Goucher College; MA philosophy, University of Oregon
Higher education, philosophy, education technology
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