I am Dan Li, an assistant professor at Baruch College, City University of New York. I am a philosopher *in* science.

How do scientists know what they know?–this is the question that I aim to answer throughout my research. Specifically, I look at how climate scientists use computational methods, numerical modeling, and big data to learn about climate change.

I teach philosophy related to science at Baruch College. I have also taught at Indiana University Bloomington and Queens College, CUNY. I enjoy teaching students to reason like a scientist and to write like a philosopher.