Kent W. Staley (PhD Johns Hopkins, 1998) works on problems relating to scientific experiment, theories of evidence, philosophy of statistics, and developments in theoretical and experimental physics. He also works on the epistemology of scientific collaborations. His current project explores the statistical and experimental practices of experimental high energy physics, drawing upon the resources of the pragmatic tradition in philosophy to understand the warrant for those practices. Staley serves on several departmental and university committees, leads a reading group on the History and Philosophy of Science, and advises Saint Louis University graduate students entering the philosophical job market. He also serves as mentor of the undergraduate Philosophy Club.