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Terrell Ward Bynum

Terrell BynumOccupation: Distinguished Connecticut State University Professor
Born: Pennsylvania

Education:
PhD in Philosophy, City University of New York, New York City, NY (1986)
MPhil, City University of New York, New York City, NY (1984)
MA in Philosophy, Princeton University, NJ (1966)
BA in Philosophy, with honors and distinction, University of Delaware, Newark, DE (1963)
BS in Chemistry, with honors and distinction, University of Delaware, Newark, DE (1963)

Career:
Distinguished CSU Professor, Southern Connecticut State University (2016-Present)
Professor of Philosophy, Southern Connecticut State University, New Haven, CT (1989-2016)
Associate Professor of Philosophy, Southern Connecticut State University, New Haven, CT (1987-1989)
Associate Professor of Philosophy, Dutchess College of State University of New York (1978-1987)
Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Dutchess College of State University of New York, Poughkeepsie, NY (1975-1978)
Assistant Professor of Philosophy, Ramapo College, Mahwah, NJ (1974-1975)
Assistant Professor of Philosophy, State University of New York, Albany, NY (1968-1974)
Assistant Professor of Philosophy, American University, Washington, DC (1967-1968)

Career Related:
Co-Director, Research Center on Values in Emerging Science and Technology, Southern Connecticut State University, New Haven, CT (2016-2017); Director, Research Center on Computing & Society, Southern Connecticut State University, New Haven, CT (1987-2016); Organizer, International conferences on computer ethics; Chair, Committee on Philosophy and Computing , American Philosophical Association, Newark, NJ (1994-1997); Chair, Committee on Professional Ethics, Association for Computing Machinery, New York City, NY (1993-1996); President, American Association of Philosophy Teachers (1990-1992); Organizer, Co-Director, National Conference on Computing and Values, New Haven, CT (1988-1992);  Executive Director, American Association of Philosophy (1980-1982); Founder, American Association of Philosophy (1978-1980)

Creative Works:
Translator (Biographer, Author and Editor), “Gottlob Frege: Conceptual Notation and Related Articles,” Oxford University Press Scholarly Classic (1972, 2000); Founder, Editor-in-chief, Metaphilosophy (1968-1993); Co-editor, Co-author, “Computer Ethics and Professional Responsibility,” with Simon Rogerson; Co-editor, “Cyberphilosophy: The Intersection of Philosophy and Computing,” with James H. Moor; Co-editor, “The Digital Phoenix: How Computers Are Changing Philosophy,” with James H. Moor; Host, Associate Producer, Video Series, “What Is Computer Ethics?”; Contributing Author, Articles, Professional Journals on Developmental Psychology, Education, Philosophy, Philosophy of Mathematics, and Philosophy of Physics

Achievements:
Achievements include development (with several colleagues) of computer ethics as a field of scholarly research and teaching; founder of the American Association of Philosophy Teachers; founder of the Research Center on Computing and Society; co-founder of the Research Center on Values in Emerging Science and Technology; author/editor of an Oxford University Press Scholarly Classic

Awards:
Recipient, Preston Covey Lifetime Achievement Award, International Association Computing & Philosophy (2011); Recipient, INSEIT-Weizenbaum Award, International Society Ethics Information Technology (2009); Honoree, Barwise Prize Winner, American Philosophical Association (2008); Humanities Research Fellow, Dartmouth College (1998); Grantee, Computer Ethics Research, National Science Foundation (1993, 1992, 1991, 1989); Fellow, Andrew Mellon Foundation (1982-1983); Fellow, Danforth Foundation (1963-1967); Fellow, Woodrow Wilson Foundation (1963-1965); Fulbright Fellow in England, US Government (1963-1964)

Memberships:
Board Member, International Association for Computing and Philosophy (2001); Member, International Society for Ethics and Information Technology; Member, Association for Computing Machinery; Member, American Philosophical Association; Lifetime Member, American Association of Philosophy Teachers; Lifetime Member, Computer Professionals for Social Responsibility

Family:
Son of Terrell Waltham and Elizabeth Bynum
Married: Aline
Children: Timothy; Andrew
Grandchildren: Natasha Bynum

Hobbies:
Traveling; Walking; Reading; Writing; Bird-watching

Biography Sources:
Who’s Who in America – 2016, 70th Edition (pub. 2016)
Who’s Who in America – 2015, 69th Edition (pub. 2014)
Who’s Who in America – 2014, 68th Edition (pub. 2013)
Who’s Who in America – 2013, 67th Edition (pub. 2012)
Who’s Who in America – 2012, 66th Edition (pub. 2011)
Who’s Who in America – 2011, 65th Edition (pub. 2010)
Who’s Who in America – 2010, 64th Edition (pub. 2009)
Who’s Who in America – 2009, 63rd Edition (pub. 2008)
Who’s Who in America – 2008, 62nd Edition (pub. 2007)
Who’s Who in America – 2007, 61st Edition (pub. 2006)
Who’s Who in America – 2006, 60th Edition (pub. 2005)
Who’s Who in America – 2005, 59th Edition (pub. 2004)
Who’s Who in American Education – 2007-2008, 8th Edition (pub. 2007)
Who’s Who in American Education – 2006-2007, 7th Edition (pub. 2005)
Who’s Who in the East – 2016, 43rd Edition (pub. 2015)
Who’s Who in the East – 2015, 42nd Edition (pub. 2014)
Who’s Who in the East – 2014, 41st Edition (pub. 2013)
Who’s Who in the East – 2013, 40th Edition (pub. 2012)
Who’s Who in the East – 2012, 39th Edition (pub. 2011)
Who’s Who in the World – 2016, 33rd Edition (pub. 2016)
Who’s Who in the World – 2015, 32nd Edition (pub. 2014)
Who’s Who in the World – 2014, 31st Edition (pub. 2013)
Who’s Who in the World – 2013, 30th Edition (pub. 2012)
Who’s Who in the World – 2012, 29th Edition (pub. 2011)
Who’s Who in the World – 2011, 28th Edition (pub. 2010)
Who’s Who in the World – 2010, 27th Edition (pub. 2009)
Who’s Who in the World – 2008, 25th Edition (pub. 2007)
Who’s Who in the World – 2007, 24th Edition (pub. 2006)
Who’s Who in the World – 2006, 23rd Edition (pub. 2005)

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