Papers Published Within the Foundation Network: Deconstructing Decommissions Gender Biases in the Acquisition of D-Class Personnel Pronoun Disambiguation for Interaction with Non-Humanoid Entities: A Primer Ethics & Silence: The Information Management of SCP-2377 Amnestic Rehabilitation and Related Concerns
A proponent of progressive ethical reforms in the workplace, Dr. Eric Dillinger was headhunted by the Foundation's Human Resources Department in 2004. Previously, Dr. Dillinger held a non-tenured teaching position with the UC-Berkeley Philosophy Department in addition to publishing independent papers predominantly focused on the integration of ethics and humanities curricula into the realm of industrial and organizational psychology.
Educational Achievements and Accolades:
PhD in Philosophy from the University of California-Berkeley
LHD in Philosophy and Societal Contributions from Stanford University