Congratulations to Giovanni Valente!
Giovanni Valente was awarded the Cushing Prize 2014 for young scholars in history and philosophy of modern physics. LEARN MORE >
Congratulations to Adam Marushak!
Congratulations to Adam Marushak. His essay, “Hypothetical Entitlement and the Epistemic Contribution of Convergence,” was selected as the 2014 Winner of the Michael R. Bennett Prize in Philosophy. The Michael R. Bennett Prize in Philosophy is made in honor of Michael Bennett who was a member of the Department from 1974 to 1979.
Nicholas Rescher Prize for Systematic Philosophy
The Philosophy Department is pleased to invite nominations for the Nicholas Rescher Prize for Systematic Philosophy. The nominations should be sent to Collie Henderson (firstname.lastname@example.org) by July 15, 2014. The winner of the Prize will be announced in October 2014. LEARN MORE >
Congratulations to Kathryn Lindeman!
Kathryn was offered and accepted a tenure track position at St. Louis University. Congratulations Kathryn!
Congratulations to Katharina Nieswandt!
Katharina Nieswandt has won a 2014 Charlotte W. Newcombe Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship for her dissertation "In What Sense Are Rights Conventional?" This year the Newcombe Fellowship was awarded to only the top 4% of the applicants. Congratulations to Katharina!
Congratulations to Meghan Dupree
Meghan Dupree was hired by Loyola University Maryland. Before starting at Loyola, Meghan will take a one year postdoc at Baylor University (2014-15).