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Mizzoni Named to Lead Arts and Humanities


John Mizzoni, PhD
John Mizzoni, PhD

Neumann University has appointed John Mizzoni to head the Arts and Humanities Department in the Division of Arts and Sciences. A professor of philosophy, Mizzoni has taught at Neumann since 2000.


An expert in the field of applied ethics and environmental ethics, Mizzoni is the author of Ethics: The Basics, a book published in 2009. Some of his many published articles include Teaching Moral Philosophy with Popular Music, Going Green with Gravitas: The Moral Duty of Sustainable Businesses and What Would Darwin Make of Bernard Madoff?


He has taught upper-level courses entitled Ethics and the Environment, Philosophy of Music, Business Ethics, Social/Political Philosophy, and Non-Western Philosophy. Before joining the Neumann faculty, he was a lecturer at Villanova University, St. Joseph's University, LaSalle University, Chestnut Hill College, and Rowan University.


Mizzoni, who lives in Jenkintown, holds a Ph.D. and M.A. in Philosophy from Temple University, and a B.A. in Philosophy and Humanities from Providence College. 

For more information about programs in the Arts and Sciences at Neumann University, call 610-558-5616.



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