Assistant Professor, Philosophy/Religious Studies/Graduate Ministry (Sustainability and Spirituality)
B.A., West Chester University
M.A., Cleveland State University
Ph.D., California Institute of Integral Studies
Office: 440 449 4406
Courses Taught: Ecojustice, Eco Philosophy, Bioethics, Ecopsychology, Philosophy of Art, and courses in Sustainability
Elizabeth E. Meacham, PhD, is an Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Religious Studies. She teaches courses in environmental philosophy, ecojustice, bioethics, and sustainability. She created and directs the Online Graduate Certificate in Sustainability and Spirituality in the department of Theological and Pastoral Studies. Her research areas include sustainability justice and ethics, sustainability education, contemplative ecology, religious environmental activism, and applied ecospychology. She presents research in her areas of expertise regionally and nationally, and facilitates community ecospiritualty/ecopsychology workshops throughout the NEO region. She also performs in the Cleveland area with her jazz trio, PorchSwing. To learn more about her work, visit her website at: www.elizabethmeacham.com.