Garrett teaches Logic and Business Ethics at Pepperdine University. He spends a lot of time thinking and writing about the ethical implications of emerging technologies. He helps educators harness the power of technology both in and out of the classroom. He is constantly experimenting with new technologies in his own courses, and he was recently awarded a Pepperdine University Grant for Faculty Innovation in Technology and Learning. He was the lone faculty representative in Pepperdine’s Mobile Technology Strategy Development Group, and he is currently working on designing a project for Pepperdine’s Waves of Innovation initiative.
Garrett earned a degree in Computer Science at the University of Southern California and enjoyed a brief career in visual effects before returning to school and getting his PhD in Philosophy. While studying Computer Science, he did internships with Evans & Sutherland, Intel, and the CIA.