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Kate Schmidt to MSU Denver

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Kate Schmidt (Ph.D., PNP 2019) has accepted a position as Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Metropolitan State University of Denver.

Congratulations to Kate Schmidt PhD!

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Kate Schmidt defends dissertation, "Epistemic Justice and Epistemic Participation."

Katie Rapier to Boston College

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Katie Rapier (Ph.D., PNP, 2019) has accepted a position as Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Boston College.

Katie Rapier to Boston College

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Katie Rapier (Ph.D., PNP, 2019) has accepted a position as Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Boston College.

PNP Ph.D. Santiago Amaya has received a US $1.2 million grant for a project on Free Will in Latin America

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The project consists in a series of seminars and research activities focused on free will, agency, and responsibility.

Congratulations to Katie Rapier PhD!

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We congratulate graduate student Katie Rapier in successfully defending her dissertation "Moral Pathology". 

PNP Graduate Students honored by The Teaching Center

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The annual event makes visible participants’ commitment to pedagogical training and reflective teaching practices.

How to Think about "Implicit Bias"

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John Doris highlights two misunderstandings that anyone who wants to understand implicit bias should know about in Scientific American.

Nissiya Adjei is Recipient of the 2018 Ralph Bunche Scholars Award

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Congratulations to Nissiya, a Philosophy-Neuroscience-Psychology Major.

Lee recognized for her work on behalf of first-year students

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Congratulations to Philosophy-Neuroscience-Psychology Major Jessie Lee!

Rick Shang Awarded Two-year Imaging Science Pathway Trainee Fellowship

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Congratulations to Rick Shang!

Carl Craver and Mark Povich co-author accepted paper.

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"The Directionality of Distinctively Mathematical Explanations" has been accepted for publication in Studies in History and Philosophy of Science.