|Eugene E. Selk
Associate Professor of Philosophy
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I grew up in a small town in eastern Wisconsin, New Holstein, and attended Marquette University where I received a doctorate in 1971. I received a teaching position at Creighton and have been here ever since. I still delight in teaching undergraduates. My teaching and research specialties are philosophy of science, philosophy of religion, and aesthetics.
I am married to Jane Francis, who is also from Wisconsin. We have two married daughters and five grandchildren. My wife is a school psychologist for the Omaha Public Schools.
My wife and I love to travel, and she usually is tolerates my absorption
(she would say total) with photography. Our other love is art (you
may have noticed the images with my reflections); we gravitate to the art
museums in all of the cities we visit.
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