Women are underrepresented in philosophy careers, but it has nothing to do with finding jobs at colleges or universities, according to a new study. Hiring mirrors the number of women in the field.
Miguel Fonseca (Graduated 2015) recently achieved the title of National Chess Master. Once a players rating reaches 2200 the player is awarded national master for life.
Brandon Ramirez recites his latest work during Open Mic Night at Vicki's.
The Department is proud to announce that several philosophy students have been selected for prestigious summer workshops. Jean Amaya will be attending SIPP (Summer Immersion Program in Philosophy) at Brown. Alfredo Dominguez and Alfredo Fernandez will be attending PIKSI at Boston (Philosophy in an Inclusive Key Summer Institute). Mr. Fernandez will also be at the Summer Program for Diversity: Logic at UMass Dartmouth. Please share our congratulations and best wishes to them!
The Search and Screen Committee for the Department of Philosophy’s permanent instructor position will meet on Friday, May 27 at 11:00am in DM 323. Direct any questions to the search chair, Eugene Marshall, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Céline Leboeuf (Harvard) has accepted a position as an Assistant Professor starting Fall 2016.
An op-ed titled "Why Are So Many Black Women Dying of Aids?" by philosophy professor Laurie Shrage was posted to the Opinion Pages of the New York Times.
April 9, 3:30 - 4:45 pm, Place: SIPA 103, Dr. Otavio Bueno, University of Miami, Title of Talk: What Does a Mathematical Proof Really Prove?