The UNC Department of Philosophy is now accepting applications to the Balter Undergraduate Diversity Fellowships in Philosophy. The goal of the Fellowships is to foster a more inclusive environment in the Philosophy Department’s undergraduate programs, and to create space for a … Read more
Alex Worsnip has won the 2023 Phillip and Ruth Hettleman Prize for Artistic and Scholarly Achievement at UNC. Hettleman Prize winners will have an opportunity to present their work on campus; this year, that presentation will be a component of … Read more
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Our friend and emeritus faculty member, Doug Long, passed away on June 27, 2023 at the age of 91. Doug was a member of our faculty for 38 years and was widely loved and admired by his colleagues and students. … Read more
We are delighted to share that UNC Philosophy has been ranked joint #1 in the world (by “Overall Program Rating”) in the recent Academic Philosophy Data & Analysis (APDA) rankings of philosophy PhD programs, with a score of 4.7/5. The … Read more
NHSEB’s 2022-2023 Undergraduate Assistant, and namesake of the National High School Ethics Bowl’s recently-announced Alumni Scholarship, Austin Foushee, is profiled here by the University of North Carolina’s College of Arts and Sciences: Senior Austin Foushee’s commitment to the National … Read more
Congratulations to our newest philosophy major Phi Beta Kappa inductees! They are as follows: Fall 2022 Carson J. Gartner, Hayden Graham, Gavin C. Hughes, Sophia A. Johnson Spring 2023 Jade K. Monday, Nina A. Christensen, Henry V. Farnham More details, including … Read more
Parr Center Director of Outreach Michael Vazquez has been honored with a university-wide Office of the Provost Engaged Scholarship Award. A Teaching Assistant Professor in the Department of Philosophy, Michael was recognized for his commitment to forging lasting, democratic and … Read more
“How can college students and communities come together around an ancient text? A team from Chapel Hill shares their experience and insights.” Read the full article here.
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