Two more job candidates in philosophy

Again, more opportunities to interact with people who may be your professor!

Friday, January 28: Corey Reed, University of Memphis

Meet and Greet: 10:15-11:15, CSPH conference room

Informal research presentation “The Necessity of Existentialism for Race-Gender Intersectional and Multidimensional Theories”: 2:30-3:30, Main 227

Monday, January 31: Mike Ashfield, Utah State University

Meet and Greet: 10:15-11:15, CSPH conference room

Informal research presentation “Reasonableness Ain’t All in the Head”: 3:30-4:30, Main 227

Job candidates in philosophy

Hello students! You should know that we are in the middle of hiring somebody as a new professor in our program. We will be having four job candidates interview with us, and you are welcome to meet them and let us know what you think.

Below are the opportunities to meet our first two candidates:

Friday, January 21:

Candidate: Marshall Bierson, University of Florida
1:30-2:30: meet and greet with faculty, students (CSPH conference room)
3:00-4:00: informal research talk: “Finding In Form(ative) Solutions to Ethical Puzzles” (Main 227)

Monday, January 24:

Candidate: Evan (Tucker) Sechrest, DePauw University
10:15-11:15 – informal meet and greet with faculty, students (CSPH conference room)
2:30-3:30 – informal research talk: “Democratic Law Is Not Unique” (Main 227)

Philosophy Club events this week

Tomorrow (Tuesday, December 7th), Dr. Brittany Gentry will be giving a talk on the topic of time.  This event will be at 4:00 in ESLC 053.

Thursday , December 9th, we will have an Ethics Slam.  The topic is Space Ethics.  For this slam, we’ll be partnering with the Douglas Space and Science Foundation. It will be on Zoom at 6:00.  The registration link is the following: https://weber.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJYrdeiqqjIjH9AI2INo0eJcofH59wXb14J4

Undergraduate Teaching Fellows for Spring: application

Undergraduate Teaching Fellows (UTFs) assist a professor in teaching a class. They are awarded $750 for the semester, and are expected to attend the class they are assisting with and work with the professor in helping the students with the material. For more information about USU’s UTF program, please see this site.

We will be looking for 7 UTFs in philosophy this coming spring. If you are interested, please complete the Philosophy UTF application form.