On Wednesday, May 25, at 2:00 p.m. ET, for ASTC on Air featured Robert Frodeman, field philosopher and professor of philosophy at the University of North Texas. Field philosophy emphasizes working with scientists, engineers, and policymakers rather than pursuing an extensive focus on writing and working with other philosophers. Frodeman works in the areas of environmental ethics and environmental philosophy, the philosophy of geology, and the philosophy of science policy. Throughout his work, Frodeman emphasizes the role that philosophy can play in addressing ongoing societal issues such as acid mine drainage, global climate change, and Hurricane Katrina. His most recent work focuses on the theory and practice of interdisciplinary approaches to knowledge. Read more about his work at Philosophy Impact.