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http://sherriconklin.com
Job Title
Per Diem Lecturer
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Walailak University, Tha Sala, Thailand
What are your interests and areas of expertise in international relations?
Education, Environment, Ethics, Human Rights, Youth
Tell everyone a little about yourself and what you hope to gain from the Global Ethics Network.
I have an MSc by Research in Philosophy from the University of Edinburgh, Scotland. My specific area of interests are Moral Worth, Moral Responsibility, and Moral Psychology.

I have a dual undergraduate background in Philosophy and Psychology. My Psychology background includes training in Cognitive Science, Developmental Psychology, and Clinical Psychology.

My non-academic interests include advocacy for youth from disadvantaged backgrounds, improving the quality of education and long-term educational outcomes for youth from diverse backgrounds, sexual health, sexual violence and abuse, human trafficking and the commercial sexual exploitation of children, child abuse, [international] human rights, and advocacy for personal growth and well-being.


I have two blogs.

Cutting Knots: A blog about survivng child abuse, coping with trauma, and learning how to be a [healthy] person.

Moral Worth: A Philosophy blog on making judgments about Praiseworthiness and Blameworthiness.

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If you give a gal a sensor pod: Ethical issues for US resource sharing in the ASEAN community

Posted on April 30, 2013 at 10:30am 0 Comments

Sirilak Chumkiew studies computational biology for her PhD program at Walailak University in Nakhon Si Thammarat, Thailand. Recently, she has been performing water quality research in Bandon Bay, the Gulf of Thailand. If she collects enough water quality data to establish a pattern, she aims at developing a flood detection system to help local aquaculture farmers prevent loss of crops during severe flooding.

Researchers typically use various forms of sensors to gather information…

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