Graduate student Jen Kling has won a Newcombe Fellowship for the 2014-2015 academic year!
Thomas Hofweber won fellowships from the Institute for the Arts and Humanities as well as the Templeton Foundation to pursue his project “Intellectual humility and the limits of conceptual representation.” He will be on research leave for 2014-15.
Graduate student Craig Warmke has won a Mellon/ACLS Dissertation Completion Fellowship for the 2014-2015 academic year!
We are very pleased to announce that Geoffrey Brennan has been awarded the 2014 Hayek Medal. The award (from the German Hayek Society, established in 1999) honors a scholar for distinguished work in areas related to Hayek’s own work, especially his concern with the idea of a “free society”. Congratulations, Geoff!
Thomas E. Hill, Jr., Kenan Professor of Philosophy, has won UNC’s “Mentor Award for Lifetime Achievement” for 2014. This award (given to one UNC faculty member each year) recognizes excellence in contributions over many years to teaching, learning, and mentoring beyond the classroom. Congratulations, Tom!
Graduate Student Megan Mitchell has won UNC’s “Tanner Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching by Graduate Teaching Assistants” for 2014. Congratulations, Megan, for this well-deserved honor!
L.A. Paul’s work in Endeavors Magazine in an article by Susan Hardy HERE.
Associate Professor Matt Kotzen’s paper, “Dragging and Confirming”, published in The Philosophical Review, has been selected by The Philosopher’s Annual as one of the ten best philosophy papers of 2012.
article by Alison Gopnik, HERE.