Mr. Chauvin graduated in June of 2011 with a combined honours degree in Philosophy and Psychology. While an undergraduate, he presented research at two conferences. He was first author on, "Neural Network Computability of Face-based Attractiveness," presented at the International Conference on Neural Computation in Madeira, Portugal. He was second author on, "Reflections on Neurocomputational Reliabilism," presented at the Agents and Artificial Intelligence Conference in Rome, Italy. Both papers were published in conference proceedings. Mr. Chauvin was awarded a Rhodes scholarship -- the first student studying at the University of Windsor to win this award. In 2017, Joshua successfully defended his Ph.D. thesis and now has his DPhil from Oxford.