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SARAH PIKE CABRAL [email protected]

49 DEERING STREET • READING, MA • 01867

(401) 965-0717 EDUCATION

Loyola University of Chicago Chicago, IL Doctor of Philosophy, May 2009

2004-2009

Recipient of Teaching Assistantship and Fourth Year Fellowhsip

Boston College Chestnut Hill, MA Master of Business Administration, May 2013

2011-2013

With Distinction

University of Chicago Chicago, IL Master of Humanities, Concentration in Philosophy, June 2003

2002-2003

Oxford University Oxford, England Year Abroad at Wycliffe Hall, Oxford University Gordon College Wenham, MA Bachelor of Arts, Philosophy and English, May 2002

2001-2002 1998-2001

Summa Cum Laude TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Boston College Chestnut Hill, MA 2009-present Senior Lecturer • Taught “Portico” in the Carroll School of Management • Designed assignments, exams, and projects with a faculty team • Emphasized the significance of ethical decision making in the world of work Stonehill College Easton, MA 2008-2009 Philosophy Teaching Fellow • Taught “Introduction to Philosophy” at a liberal arts college • •

Designed syllabi, course readings, exams, and projects with an emphasis on critical thinking Paticipated in “New Faculty Seminars” and “Teaching Squares,” in order to develop pedagogical skills

Johnson and Wales University Providence, RI Spring 2007 Lecturer • Taught “Business Ethics” at a professional college • Designed syllabi, course readings, exams, and projects with an emphasis on applying the course material to students’ employment • Aimed and succeeded at involving students who did not have a natural interest in the course subject

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Loyola University of Chicago Chicago, IL 2004-2006 Lecturer and Teacher’s Assistant for Philosophy Department • Received annual tuition scholarship and living stipend to assist two professors every term with teaching and grading •

Co-taught an upper level Philosophy course, “Philosophical Perspectives on Women,” for a professor on maternity leave



Assisted in teaching and grading “Ethics and Medicine” over four terms and for 320 students

Salem State College Salem, MA 2003-2004 Lecturer • Taught two sections of “Introduction to Philosophy” and “Business Ethics” at a diverse state college •

Designed syllabi, course readings, exams, and projects with an emphasis on student discussion and participation

• Graded the essays, quizzes, and exams of 120 students Gordon College Wenham, MA Lecturer

2003-2004



Taught two sections of “Great Ideas,” “Philosophy of Religion,” and a freshman seminar course with a writing emphasis at a small liberal arts college



Designed syllabi, course readings, exams, and projects with an emphasis on student discussion and participation



Aimed and succeeded at having students interact with the course material to promote critical thinking

COURSES TAUGHT

Business Ethics Ethics in Medicine (co-taught) Philosophical Perspectives on Women (co-taught) Introduction to Philosophy (Ethics emphasis) Philosophy of Religion Great Ideas: Antiquity Great Ideas: Modernity PUBLICATIONS



Published “Portico: An Introduction to Business as an Ethical Practice” with Joseph Cioni, Jeremy Evans, Amy LaCombe and Michael Smith in Volume 8 of Journal of Jesuit Business Education, edited by Stephen Porth, Paul Buller, and Joan Lee, 2017, pp. 43-62



Published, “The Reinstatement of Artie T. Demoulas, CEO of Market Basket: A Love Story,” in Inner Compass Magazine, edited by Tracy Couto, 2016 2

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Published “Gene Outka: Kierkegaard’s Influence on Outka’s Writing on Neighbor Love, Equality, Individuality, and the Ethical” in Volume 10 Kierkegaard’s Influence on Theology, Tome II, Anglophone and Scandanavian Protestant Theology, edited by Jon Stewardt, Aldershot: Ashgate 2012, pp. 157-171



Published “Jacques Ellul: Kierkegaard’s Profound and Seldom Acknowledged Influence on Ellul’s Writing” in Volume 11 Kierkegaard’s Influence on Philosophy, Tome II, Francophone Philosophy, edited by Jon Stewart, Aldershot: Ashgate, 2012, pp. 139-56 Published “Indirect Communication in Kierkegaard” in Proceedings for the International Conference on Arts and Humanities in Honolulu, Hawaii, January 2009



PRESENTATIONS



Presented “Charging the Rich to Feed the Poor” at University of Namur in Belgium for the International Association of Jesuit Business Schools 2017 Annual Forum, July 2017



Presented “Boston College’s Summer Management Catalyst Program” at Creighton University for the Colleagues of Jesuit Business School Conference, July 2017



Presented “Whole Foods: A CSR Case Study” at the 2016 North American Case Research Association’s Annual Meeting in Las Vegas, Nevada, October 2016



Presented “Portico: It’s Evolution and Lessons Learned, 2009-2016” with Amy LaCombe at Le Moyne College for the Colleauges of Jesuit Business Schools Conference, July 2016



Presented “Whole Foods: A CSR Case Study” at Le Moyne College for the Colleauges of Jesuit Business Schools Conference, July 2016



Presented “The Reinstatement of Artie T. Demoulas, CEO of Market Basket: A Love Story,” at the Catholic University of Uruguay for the International Association of Jesuit Business Schools and Colleagues of Jesuit Business Schools 2015 Annual Forum in July 2015 Presented “Rethinking Gene Patents” at Ionian University in Corfu, Greece for the 5th International Conference on Information Law and Ethics in June 2012 Presented “Using Kierkegaard to Teach Business Ethics” at St. Olaf College for the International Kierkegaard Conference in July 2010 Presented “Indirect Communication in Kierkegaard” for the International Conference on Arts and Humanities in Honolulu, Hawaii, January 2009 Presented “The Aesthetic Judge and the Ethical Poet: A Response to C. Stephen Evans’ Reading of Either/Or” for the Kierkegaard Society Meeting at the Eastern American Philosophical Association in Philadelphia, PA, December 28, 2008 Presented “The Dynamics of Love in Lonergan and Kierkegaard” at



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Boston College for the Lonergan Conference in June 2008 Presented “Simone Weil: The Absence and Presence of God in Death” at Stanford University Graduate Student Conference on Religion in April 2008 Presetned “Stoic Tragedy: A Contradiction in Terms?” at Loyola Graduate Student Colloquium on Philosophy and Literature in Fall 2006

AWARDS AND ACTIVITES



Board Member of the Colleagues of Jesuit Business Schools, 2016-present

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Advisory Board Member of the Global Jesuit Case Series, 2016-present Recipient of Teaching Assistantship and Fourth Year Fellowship through Loyola University of Chicago, 2004-2008



Recipient of Summer Fellowship at the Kierkegaard Library at St. Olaf College, Summer 2008



Recipient of Philosophy Teaching Fellowship at Stonehill College, Fall 2008 to Spring 2009



Working knowledge of Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Blackboard, and Excel

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