Dino Anderson is a Lecturer for the Master of Liberal Arts Program. He completed his BA at St. John’s College (Annapolis, MD), MPhil at Columbia University in the field of Philosophy and Education. He has held teaching positions at Bowdoin College (Education Department, 2006-2008), John Jay College (Interdisciplinary Studies, 2008-2009), Bard College (Education Department, 2009-2010), and Columbia University (History Department, 2009-2010). He is currently a Lecturer at Stanford’s Graduate School of Business.
His scholarly research and interests focus on Ancient Greek and German romantic philosophy, pedagogic theories of imagination and curriculum, and global theories of human capital across the purported five industrial revolutions. He has published various works on W.E.B. Du Bois and G.W.F. Hegel, and has conducted social science experiments in corporations to demonstrate causal links between leadership behaviors and employee outcomes.
Dino Anderson is also the Chief Culture Architect at Articulate, an Advisory Board Member for The Coaching Fellowship, and the Director of St. John’s College Alumni Associations Diversity and Inclusion Committee.