Vice President of Academic Solutions and Innovation, Minerva Project
James Genone is vice president of academic solutions and innovation at Minerva Project and professor of social sciences at Minerva University. He oversees academic solutions and innovations, bridging the partnerships team and the delivery team to develop repeatable and scalable academic offerings while exploring new territories. He also works closely with Minerva’s Product Team to develop and refine the technology we use for curriculum design, instruction, and assessment of student learning. His areas of expertise include the philosophy of mind and cognitive science, and he has both taught and engaged in research on topics such as the nature of sensory consciousness, semantic reference, personal identity, concept acquisition, and perceptual knowledge.