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Susan Wolf to be Phi Beta Kappa Visiting Scholar

February 27, 2019

Distinguished Professor Susan Wolf has been selected as a Phi Beta Kappa Visiting Scholar for 2020-21. In this role, she will be paying 2-day visits to colleges with PBK chapters across the country. Congratulations, Susan!

Spring 2019 Phi Beta Kappa inductees

February 27, 2019

Congratulations to our newest philosophy major Phi Beta Kappa inductees, Sarah Arney, Hope Cary, Scott Diekema, Seamus Holland, and Ryan Kramer! Please see here for more details. Each semester, Alpha of North Carolina Chapter of The Phi Beta Kappa Society initiates … Continued

Worsnip wins Young Epistemologist Prize

February 8, 2019

Alex Worsnip has won the 2019 Young Epistemologist Prize for his paper, “Can Pragmatists Be Moderate?” To see the full announcement, please click here. Congratulations, Alex!

Bold wins Tanner Teaching Award

January 22, 2019

It is our pleasure to inform you that Phil Bold has won the 2019 Tanner Teaching Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching! As you know, only five of these awards are given across the entire University each year. Congratulations, Phil!

Generous gift

November 7, 2018

We are excited to announce an extremely generous gift of $3.4m dollars from the Charles Koch Foundation to support our Philosophy, Politics and Economics Program. We are very grateful for this gift which will help us add critical faculty positions to meet the … Continued

Fall 2018 Phi Beta Kappa inductees

October 9, 2018

Congratulations to our newest philosophy major Phi Beta Kappa inductees, Sophie Capshaw-Mack and Loc Ho! Please see here for more details. Each semester, Alpha of North Carolina Chapter of The Phi Beta Kappa Society initiates exceptional undergraduates. We warmly commend our philosophy students for … Continued

Graduate students to serve the public humanities as Adams Fellows

September 25, 2018

It is our pleasure to announce that Aliosha Barranco Lopez, Alex Campbell, Joseph Porter, and Matthew Hernandez have been selected as Maynard Adams Fellows for the Public Humanities! They will be engaged in a seminar with Philip Kitcher in spring 2019. Congratulations, all!