CU Philosophy Department Ranked in the Top 10 for Number of Majors

July 12, 2021

According to a recent study, the CU Philosophy Department is among the top 10 programs in the nation for its number of philosophy majors . Unlike many other programs on the list, CU Philosophy is not part of a required core program nor is it part of a joint program...

Journal Co-Edited by Professor Rob Rupert Found to Have Highest Impact Factor in its Field

July 12, 2021

Clarivate/Web of Science has recently reported 2020 Impact Factors and related statistics . The British Journal for the Philosophy of Science , which is co-edited by CU Boulder Philosophy Professor Rob Rupert, stands at top of the list, by a wide margin, among all philosophy journals in the history and...

Professor Iskra Fileva Interviewed on BYUradio

July 8, 2021

Professor Iskra Fileva was a guest on BYUradio’s "The Lisa Show". She shared insights about how we can become more authentic within our communications and relationships with other people. Hear the interview here : https://www.byuradio.org/LVC-2021-06-29-How-We-Encourage-Unauthentic-Behavior

Philosophy Grad Profiled in A&S Magazine

June 18, 2021

Michael Kester [CU Philosophy BA 1996] knows when to shift gears. He was a first-year business student at the University of Colorado Boulder in the early 1990s when he took an introduction to philosophy course and was hooked. “It just felt right. It felt like this is what the college...

Robert Pasnau Profiled in A&S Magazine

May 21, 2021

Philosophy Professor of Distinction Robert Pasnau is profiled in the current issue of the online College of Arts and Sciences Magazine. Read the article here .

POPCO Outreach Featured in Colorado Arts and Sciences Magazine

April 9, 2021

The Center for Values and Social Policy outreach program POPCO and graduate student Dawn Jacob are featured in an article in the current Colorado Arts and Sciences e-magazine, issued by the College of Arts and Sciences. Read the article here .

Call for Papers: 2021 Rocky Mountain Ethics Congress

March 30, 2021

The fourteenth annual Rocky Mountain Ethics Congress (RoME), to be held August 12-15 at the University of Colorado Boulder, has released their call for papers. See the infomation on the RoME 21 web site, here .

Heather Demarest Awarded ASSETT Fellowship

March 3, 2021

Heather Demarest has been awarded an ASSETT Faculty Fellowship for three semesters, beginning this spring of 2021. Her goal is to develop standards for teaching excellence that are fair, transparent, and based in empirical research. She will consult with faculty in philosophy as well as in other departments as she...

CU Boulder’s Ethics Bowl Team wins "Spirit of the Ethics Bowl” Award

March 1, 2021

This past weekend, CU Boulder’s Collegiate Ethics Bowl Team was awarded the Bob Ladenson "Spirit of the Ethics Bowl” Award while competing at the 25 th Silver Anniversary APPE Intercollegiate Ethics Bowl National Competition. Named after the founder of the Ethics Bowl, the “Spirit of the Ethics Bowl” award is...

Professor Raul Saucedo Wins Boulder Faculty Teaching Excellence Award

Feb. 10, 2021

We are pleased to announce that Prof. Raul Saucedo has won the 2021 Boulder Faculty Teaching Excellence Award. Raul Saucedo is an Assistant Professor of Philosophy at the University of Colorado Boulder. He teaches a wide variety of courses in philosophy, including logic at the introductory, intermediate and advanced levels...

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