Anthony Joseph Lisska

Maria Theresa Barney Professor

Anthony Lisska Professional Milestones

A Timeline of Professional Milestones

1940

Dr. Lisska is born in Columbus, Ohio to Joseph Anthony and Florence Lisska.

1963

Dr. Lisska graduates cum laude from Providence College, receiving a Bachelor of Arts in philosophy.

1967

Dr. Lisska receives a Master of Arts in philosophy from St. Stephen’s College in Dover, Massachusetts.

1968

Dr. Lisska marries Marianne Hedstrom.

1971

Dr. Lisska receives a Doctor of Philosophy in philosophy from The Ohio State University.

1973

Dr. Lisska is appointed Department Chair at Denison University.

1977

Dr. Lisska authors “Philosophy Matters.”

1978

Dr. Lisska becomes college dean at Denison University in Granville, Ohio.

1979

Dr. Lisska receives a certificate from Harvard University.

1981

Dr. Lisska is becomes a full professor of philosophy at Denison University.

1987

Dr. Lisska is appointed director of the Honors Program at Denison University.

1990

Dr. Lisska receives the Sears Foundation Teaching Award.

1994

Dr. Lisska is named Carnegie Professor of the Year by the Carnegie Foundation and receives a Teaching Award from the American Philosophical Association.

1996

Dr. Lisska authors “Aquinas’s Theory of Natural Law,” published by Oxford University Press.

1998

Dr. Lisska becomes the Charles and Nancy Brickman Distinguished Service Chair at Denison University.

2004

Dr. Lisska becomes the Maria Theresa Barney Chair in Philosophy at Denison University.

2005

Dr. Lisska receives the Historian of the Year Award.

2005

Dr. Lisska is appointed president of the American Catholic Philosophical Association.

2007

Dr. Lisska authors “Illustrated History of Buckeye Lake Yacht Club.”

2016

Dr. Lisska is the eponym of the Lisska Center for Scholarly Achievement at Denison University.

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