It is our pleasure to share that Sarah Arney, an undergraduate philosophy major, has won a Tolerance Means Dialogue series scholarship!
The Tolerance Means Dialogue series consists of a group of law professors and students working to create constructive dialogue about issues that have been needlessly divisive. Each Dialogue features experts in the field who act as Dialogue Catalysts, joined by the two students who have won a Tolerance Means Dialogue series scholarship.
Sarah will participate in an upcoming Dialogue on “Religion and Gay Rights: Do They Have to be at Odds?“, that will be led by Prof. Robin Fretwell Wilson (of University of Illinois College of Law) and Prof. William Eskridge (of Yale Law School).
Congratulations, Sarah, on this wonderful achievement!
John Phillips has won a Mellon/ACLS Dissertation Completion Fellowship for his dissertation, “Cognitive Agency and the Possibility of Rational Evaluation.”
Congratulations to our newest philosophy major Phi Beta Kappa inductees, Zaid Khatib and Kyungmin Park! Each semester, Alpha of North Carolina Chapter of The Phi Beta Kappa Society initiates exceptional undergraduate students. Click here to view a full listing of all inductees since 2001.
UNC alumna, Anne Neville, talks about the benefits of her philosophy degree from Carolina, and how it prepared her for her career at the California State Library. Check out the video here!
It is my pleasure to inform you that Macy Salzberger has won the 2018 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, Macy!
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The London School of Economics is holding a conference in honor Luc Bovens’ contributions to Philosophy, Politics, and Economics on December 7 in London. More details may be found here!
It is our pleasure to announce that Tamara Fakhoury, Chris Blake-Turner, Lauren Townsend, Caleb Harrison, and Francesco Nappo have been selected as Maynard Adams Fellows for the Public Humanities! They will be engaged in a seminar with Jeremy Waldron in spring 2018.