Congratulations to our newest philosophy major Phi Beta Kappa inductees, Tyler Kay and Maxwell Levinson! A press release with more details is posted here. Each semester, Alpha of North Carolina Chapter of The Phi Beta Kappa Society initiates exceptional undergraduates. We warmly … Read more
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Our very own PPE Visiting Teaching Assistant Professor, Fabian Wendt, and Professor Doug MacKay (of the Public Policy Department) have been featured in The Well. Read their article about UBI (universal basic income) here!
Our creative, innovative outreach programs serve the public, bringing philosophy to prisons, retirement homes, and high schools! Read more here.
We are very pleased to announce that two of our graduate students, DeeAnn Spicer and Pavel Nitchovski, have won Tanner Teaching Awards! These are UNC’s highest awards for graduate-student teachers. Only five winners from across the entire university are selected … Read more
Rebecca Walker has been highlighted in the 2020 edition of the Carolina Alumni Review! Please see here to read the article in which she is featured, “Ethics at the Forefront”.
We are pleased to announce that Jen Morton’s book, “Moving Up Without Losing Your Way: The Ethical Cost of Upward Mobility” (Princeton University Press), has just won the 2021 Frederic W. Ness Book Award for the year’s book that best contributes to the … Read more
It is our pleasure to announce that Karl Adam, Michael Prinzing, Ben Schwartz, and DeeAnn Spicer have been selected as 2020-2021 Maynard Adams Fellows for the Public Humanities! Congratulations, all!
Congratulations to our newest philosophy major Phi Beta Kappa inductees, Raj Dutta, Annie Evans, and Greer Underwood! Please see here for more details. Each semester, Alpha of North Carolina Chapter of The Phi Beta Kappa Society initiates exceptional undergraduates. We … Read more
Luc Bovens published a blog “‘From each according to ability; to each according to need’ – tracing the biblical roots of socialism’s enduring slogan” in The Conversation. Check it out here!
Jen Morton, whose paper, “Grit” (Ethics), co-written with Sarah Paul, was honored by The Philosopher’s Annual as one of the ten best for 2019. Congratulations, Jen!