Grace Campbell

Lecturer in Philosophy, Humanities & WGSS (On Leave Spring 2019)
241 Whitesides Hall, CPO 2830

Office Hours

  • Mon: 

    • 4 - 5 p.m.
  • Tue: 

    • 4 - 5 p.m.
  • Wed: 

    • 4 - 5 p.m.
Or by appt.

Grace G. Campbell has been a faculty member in the UNC Asheville Humanities Program since 1998.  She teaches all four courses in UNC-A’s required Humanities core and serves as faculty Coordinator for the required Integrative Liberal Studies senior capstone course, LA 478:Cultivating Global Citizenship. She will earn a PhD (2016) in Philosophy from University of Tennessee, and holds a Master of Liberal Arts (1998) and a Bachelor of Arts (1989) in Political Science from University of Colorado, Boulder. She holds the rank of Lecturer and regularly teaches Environmental Ethics and has taught in the Philosophy Department. Prior to her academic career, she worked in corporate environmental management consulting at Environmental Communication Associates, Inc. in Denver, Colorado designing and facilitating crisis communication workshops for major national industry associations.


MLA, UNC Asheville, Liberal Arts/Sci Gen Studies

Courses Taught

  • ENVR 324 Environmental Ethics
  • HON 479 Lib Studies Intro Colloquium
  • HUM 414 The Individual in the Contemporary World
  • LS 478 Lib Studies Sr Colloquium
  • PHIL 303 Philosophy of Religion
  • RELS 303 Philosophy of Religion