Our team placed third in the regional competition, and so has qualified to go to the national competition! If you see these students, thank them for their dedication and excellent performance: Haley Brewster, Suzette Johnson, Justin Nafziger, and Adam Tatro. And congratulations to their coach, Professor Rachel Robison, as well!
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 5 UTFs in philosophy this cpming spring. If you are interested, please complete the UTF application for philosophy.
NOTE: The deadline for applications is December 9th, 2022.
From Preston: “For our meeting this Tuesday we’ll be discussing effective altruism, a social/philosophical movement that aims at benefiting as many people as possible, and which often looks to the long-term future in order to do so. We’ll be meeting in Old Main room 115 at 4:30 PM on Tuesday the 15th. Peter Singer, a famous effective altruist, wrote a paper that serves as a useful intro and conversation starter on the topic that you may want to read.”