Helena Siipi
Docent of philosophical ethics, Doctor of Social Sciences, Philosophy University Lecturer, Researcher at CLIMATE NUDGE STN


helsii@utu.fi

+358 29 450 3054

+358 50 308 2663

Assistentinkatu 7

Turku

Office: 156

Office hours Wednesday 14-15.





Areas of expertise
Applied ethics; environmental philosophy

Biography

I am working as a University Lecturer at the Philosophy Unit. I am also
working as a researcher and ethics WP leader at the CLIMATE NUDGE STN: Nudging
for climate: Using behavioural sciences for steering communities to reduce greenhouse
gas emissions and fortify carbon sinks.





I started my academic career at the Philosophy Unit at year 2000 and have
since then worked in various different research and teaching positions. I
earned my doctoral degree at 2005 and became a docent at 2010. I have also a
masters degree in educational science (teacher education) from 1995.



Research
My
research interests include applied ethics and environmental philosophy. More
specifically I am working on ethics of food and ethics of climate nudging. I
also have a great interest in research ethics. I am a research integrity
adviser and member of research ethics committee at the University of Turku.


Teaching
I teach a course called "Ethics of Academic Research" to doctoral students from all faculties of the University of Turku. I addition I am teaching research ethics to candidate students of the Faculty of Social Sciences. In the Philosophy Unit I have been teching courses on ethics, applied ethics, social and political philosophy, environmental ethics as well as an introductory course to philosophy.


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