Dr. Angela Bolte is Assistant Dean in Lloyd International Honors College. As Assistant Dean, she teaches Honors courses, works with Honors Liaisons to promote Disciplinary Honors and undergraduate research, supervises the Artist in Residence program, and coordinates Honors College events. Before arriving at UNCG she was a Post-Doctoral Fellow in the Department of Philosophy at the University of Nevada – Reno teaching both graduate and undergraduate students in Philosophy and Women’s Studies, assisted in developing and launching the Kansas Academy of Mathematics and Science, Kansas’s only early-entry-to-college program, and owned her own small business. She has published in the areas of philosophy of law, applied ethics, philosophy of the emotions, and feminist philosophy. Her research interests continue to include issues in ethical theory such as autonomy, the connections between ethics and philosophy of mind, philosophy of the emotions, and feminist philosophy. She earned her PhD in Philosophy and Graduate Certificate in Women’s Studies from Washington University in Saint Louis. She also earned a MA in Philosophy from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee and an Honors BA in Philosophy from Kansas State University.