Fall 2023 Adjunct Faculty

michael mulloolyMichael Mullooly

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  • Michael Mullooly is a lecturer in Philosophy, Theology, Religious Studies and Buddhist Studies. He was a Ph.D. student in the Buddhist Studies Program at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. When the program folded, he graduated with a Master of Arts degree in the Languages and Cultures of Asia. He holds undergraduate degrees in philosophy, history, and education from Marquette University. He has traveled and led tours to Asia numerous times. He has taught at Marquette University since 2019, and at UWM at Waukesha since 2006, where he is the Director of the Buddhist Studies Program. He is the author of World Religions as Personality Types (2015), Lifespan Spirituality (2018), Hall of Harmony (2020), What is Really Real? Lectures on the History of Buddhist Thought (2021) and What's My Spiritual Type? (2021). He is also publisher of TheBuddhaTimes.com

Sara Pope

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    I am a current philosophy PhD candidate at Fordham
    University, and I received my MA in philosophy at
    UW-Milwaukee. My dissertation is on the topic of personal authenticity, and my research interests include existential(ist) philosophy, philosophy of action/agency, and the work of Schopenhauer, Nietzsche, and Plotinus. In my free time I enjoy being active outside (hiking, biking, etc.), spending time with my cats, and playing the ukulele.

Gregory Sadler, Ph.D 

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