Research Interests Wildlife ecology, GIS, Statistical modelling Education Ph.D., University of Idaho, Wildlife Sciences 1999 M.S., University of Idaho, Statistics, 2003 M.S., University of Tennessee, Wildlife Science 1990 B.S., Eastern Washington University, Biology, 1985 B.A., Eastern Washington University, Journalism, 1984
Office Hours SPRING 2017 Mondays 9:00-11:00 TR 12:30-1:30 *and by appointment
Education: B.A.,summa cum laude, Seattle University (1998); M.A., Fordham University (2001); M.Phil., Fordham University (2002); Ph.D., Fordham University (2003)
Professor Henning's scholarship and teaching focus on the interconnections among ethics, metaphysics, and aesthetics. His books include The Ethics of Creativity (2005), Beyond Metaphysics? Explorations in Alfred North Whitehead's Late Thought (2010), Genesis, Evolution, and the Search for a Reasoned Faith (2011), Beyond Mechanism (2013), Being in America (2014), Thinking With Whitehead and the American Pragmatists (2014) and Riders in the Storm: Ethics in an Age of Climate Change (2015). (See his website for complete scholarship listing and curriculum vitae.)
He teaches courses on ethics, philosophy of human nature, environmental ethics, ethics of global climate change, and Alfred North Whitehead.
Dr. Henning joined the faculty at Gonzaga in 2008.
Professor, Political Science and Environmental Studies
502 East Boone AD Box 052 Spokane, WA 99258
Phone: (509) 313-5951
Office Location CG 419
Jonathan Isacoff joined the Political Science Department in 2004. Professor Isacoff’s teaching and research areas are on Middle Eastern politics, environmental politics, international security, and philosophical pragmatism. Professor Isacoff’s book, Writing the Arab-Israeli Conflict: Pragmatism and Historical Inquiry, was published in 2006. His articles have appeared in Perspectives on Politics; Millennium: Journal of International Studies; International Relations; Perspectives on Political Science; and Journal of Political Science Education.