Jonathan Finnerty recently joined the Department of Art and Archaeology as undergraduate coordinator. Previously, he worked at Rutgers University, Maryville College, and the University of Tennessee. His academic interests include philosophy, classics, and art history. He teaches philosophy at Middlesex College. Awarded several scholarships including the prestigious Jack Kent Cooke Scholarship, Finnerty also serves as a member of the Jack Kent Cooke Foundation Alumni Engagement Council. He holds a B.A. in classics from Rutgers University and an M.A. in philosophy from the University of Tennessee.
Finnerty enjoys spending time with his family, friends, and many pets, including his dogs, Aristotle, Attica, and Jackson. An avid ice hockey fan, Jonathan can often be found at New Jersey Devils games and events. He enjoys new music, good conversation, and making new friends.