Jessica M. Wilson is a professor of philosophy at the University of Toronto, Scarborough. Her research focuses on metaphysics, especially on the metaphysics of science and mind, the epistemologies of skepticism, a priori deliberation, and necessity. Wilson was awarded the Lebowitz Prize for excellence in philosophical thought by Phi Beta Kappa in conjunction with the American Philosophical Association.
About Jessica Wilson
Singer and songwriter known for winning Ryan Seacrest's "March Music Madness" cover contest. She was also a winner of the Niagara Talent Search.
She attended the Royall Conservatory for four years and won multiple Broadway voice awards.
She was a Soprano soloist with the Niagara symphony. She attended school for musical theater performance.
She is a Niagara native. She began singing in musicals at the age of eleven.
She sang with pop singer Serena Ryder at one of her Niagara concerts.
Information related to Jessica Wilson
- University of Toronto Scarborough faculty
- American women philosophers
- University of Colorado Boulder alumni
- University of California, San Diego alumni