Openings for Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor (three positions)
Gracey Belote and Judith Carlisle Recognized by the Teaching Center
Congratulations to Gracey Belote and Judith Carlisle for their recognition in participation of the EPIC Learning Community!.
Will Fleisher publishes "Endorsement and Assertion"
Will Fleisher's "Endorsement and Assertion" is now forthcoming in Noûs. Congratulations, Will!
Kate Schmidt to MSU Denver.
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!
Kate Schmidt defends dissertation, "Epistemic Justice and Epistemic Participation."
Katie Rapier to Boston College.
Katie Rapier (Ph.D., PNP, 2019) has accepted a position as Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Boston College...
Katie Rapier to Boston College
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
The project consists in a series of seminars and research activities focused on free will, agency, and responsibility.
Congratulations to Katie Rapier PhD!
We congratulate graduate student Katie Rapier in successfully defending her dissertation "Moral Pathology".
PNP Graduate Students honored by The Teaching Center
The annual event makes visible participants’ commitment to pedagogical training and reflective teaching practices.
How to Think about "Implicit Bias"
John Doris highlights two misunderstandings that anyone who wants to understand implicit bias should know about in Scientific American.