Kasteel Well Faculty
Bianca Janssen Groesbeek
Ms. Janssen Groesbeek has extensive teaching experience at Dutch high schools in Biology, General Natural Sciences and Philosophy. She also co-authors school teaching methods.
She has experience tutoring undergraduate students at the Radboud University of Nijmegen. She gives several courses, workshops and lectures for different audiences on the subject of evolution and animal behavior. She is a member of the editorial staff of the Philosophical Café in Nijmegen.
At Kasteel Well Bianca teaches the Sophomore Honors Seminar, Topics in Ethics: The Impact of Evolved Morality on our Moral Decisions, and Environmental Ethics.
Current CoursesSophomore Honors Seminar 3 (HS201)
Top:The Ethics of Everday Life (PH203)
Special Topics in Ethics or Value Theory: The Impact of Evolved Morality on our Moral Decisions (PH203)
Top: Free Will, Responsibility, and Agency (PH203)
Environmental Ethics (PH204)
Evolution of Human Nature (SC212)
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