An organizational meeting for Ethics Bowl will be this Friday, Feb. 6th, 3:30, in Main 326.
For those who don’t know, Ethics Bowl is like debate, but with less focus on scoring points, and more emphasis in developing a clear overview of a moral issue. Our team competes with other regional teams, with the chance of going to the national tournament.
Come join the discussion! Monday, September 9, 7 p.m., Lucky Slice Pizza.
CHaSS hosts alumni lunch series events that get current USU students connected with alumni. This is a great opportunity to see how a degree in the liberal arts (including philosophy) can be used after college in various careers. Plus you get an opportunity to network. Bonus – free food!
The next event will feature Selma Mlikota (Liberal Arts major, ’15). Selma Mlikota has an unusual job. She helps create great employee experiences for a company that’s in the employee experience business. Come learn about that but, more importantly, how she framed and deployed her liberal arts education into a cool career!
Friday September 13, 12:15-1:30 in LIB 154.
The class meets T/Th 1:30-2:45, and only has 15 students enrolled. You should take this course!
Let’s have an initial meeting to kick off the academic year. The plan is to brainstorm over what kinds of events we’d like to have, and to elect some rulers to keep us on track!
Wednesday, September 4th
Come start off the year with the college tradition! USU Philosophy will have its usual table, with some free books (and there’s free food at the top of the hill). Stop by and say hi!
CORRECTION: The food is not free – and cash only!
Philosophy usually employs a handful of UTFs each term, usually to help with Intro, Social Ethics, or Ethics. If you’ve had any of these classes, and have done well, and would like to serve as a UTF, please send me a note (firstname.lastname@example.org). In addition to the joy of helping other students learn interesting stuff, you are awarded a small stipend.