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Coordinator Graphic Design

University of Central Oklahoma
wandrews@uco.edu (405) 974-5527 College of Liberal Arts LAS 250S , Box 182

About

William Andrews is the web developer and coordinator of graphic design for the College of Liberal Arts.

He maintains the college's webpages and social media presence, maintains and updates the electronic lobby displays, assists faculty with development of graphic materials and designs and produces a range of printed materials for students and faculty of the college.

Will has been with the College of Liberal Arts since 2006. He graduated from UCO in 1993 with a bachelor's degree in journalism and worked as a writer and editor at the Stillwater NewsPress and The Daily Oklahoman before making the transition to new media.

Education and Certifications

Bachelor of Arts, Journalism, University of Central Oklahoma, 7-1993

Continuing education in philosophy, political science and computer science, 2006-present

Honors and Awards

Outstanding Staff Member, UCO College of Liberal Arts, 2016-17.

Outstanding Professional Staff Member, UCO College of Liberal Arts, 2010‐2011.

First Place. Symposium XX. Research Paper. “A Brave New Proposal: An Economic and Philosophical Justification of Organ Harvesting.” 2007.

First Place. Feature Layout. Society of Professional Journalists, Oklahoma Chapter. 1996.

First Place. Human Interest/Feature, Society of Professional Journalists, Oklahoma Chapter. 1995.

First Place. Page Layout. Society of Professional Journalists, Oklahoma Chapter, 1995.

Honorable Mention. Human Interest/Feature. Society of Professional Journalists, Oklahoma Chapter, 1995.

Honorable Mention. Non‐Page One Layout. Associated Press, 1995.

Honorable Mention. Spot News Reporting. Associated Press, 1995.

Second Place. Feature Writing. Society of Professional Journalists, Oklahoma Chapter, 1994.

Research, Published Work, and Scholarly Activities

Publications

“Not Separate but not Equal: How Fetal Rights Deprive Women of Civil Rights,” with Dr. E.M. Dadlez. Public Affairs Quarterly. 26:2 (April 2012): 103‐122.

Federal Funding of Elective Abortion: They Can Run, but They Can’t Hyde.” with Dr. E.M. Dadlez. International Journal of Applied Philosophy 24:2 (2010).

“PostAbortion Syndrome: Creating an Affliction.” with Dr. E.M. Dadlez. Bioethics 2009.

"Rape, Evolution, and Pseudoscience: Natural Selection in the Academy." co‐authored with Dr. E.M. Dadlez, Courtney Lewis and Marissa Stroud. Journal of Social Philosophy 40:1 (2009).

A Brave New Proposal: An Economic and Philosophical Justification of Organ Harvesting. New Plains Review. 8:1 (2008).

Conference Papers

Post-Abortion Syndrome: Pro-Life Fiction, with Dr. E.M. Dadlez, 2nd International Gender and Sexuality Studies Conference, Oklahoma City, Okla. 9/17

The Supreme Court as Plutocratic Enforcement Mechanism, Symposium XXIII, University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond, Okla. 2/11.

Tort Reform is Counterproductive and Subverts the Intent of the American Judicial System, Symposium XXIII, University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond, Okla. 2/11.

Federal Funding of Elective Abortion: They Can Run, but They Can’t Hyde, with Dr. E.M. Dadlez. Rocky Mountain Ethics Congress. Boulder, CO. 8/10.

Spinning the Harm Principle: PostAbortion Syndrome. with Dr. E.M. Dadlez. Rocky Mountain Ethics Congress. Boulder, Colo. 8/09.

A Brave New Proposal. 13th Annual Southwestern Conference for Undergraduate Philosophers. Edmond, Okla. 3/09.

Thomas Paine: Forgotten Founder. Midwestern American Society for 18th‐Century Studies. Oklahoma City, Okla. 10/08.

Poster Presentation: Rape is Not an Evolutionary Strategy. Women’s and Gender Studies: Future Directions and New Generations. University of Oklahoma. Norman, Okla. 9/08.

Tort Reform is Counterproductive and Subverts the Intent of the American Judicial System. American Society for Value Inquiry, 35th Conference on Value Inquiry. Trenton, N.J. 4/08.

A Brave New Proposal: An Economic and Philosophical Justification of Organ Harvesting. Symposium XX, University of Central Oklahoma. Edmond, Okla. 2/08.

Office Hours

Monday-Friday: 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

The views expressed by UCO faculty and staff on their personal websites and social media pages do not necessarily reflect the positions of the University of Central Oklahoma. UCO faculty and staff are advised to follow the university’s social media guidelines and are expected to conduct themselves in accordance with policies outlined in UCO’s Employee Handbook and/or Faculty Handbook.