Adam Hosein To Northeastern University

July 17, 2017

Adam Hosein, Associate Professor in Philosophy, will be leaving us and going to Northeastern University in Boston as Associate Professor of Philosophy this fall. Prof. Hosein specializes in moral, political and legal philosophy, with a special interest in areas of international concern and issues relating to race and gender. He...

Mark Boespflug Wins Stahl Prize

May 10, 2017

PhD student Mark Boespflug has won the 2017 Stahl Prize. The Stahl Prize is given in memory of Professor Gary Stahl, who taught at CU from 1962 to 1996. It recognizes a graduate student who has made a significant contribution toward bringing the discipline of philosophy to bear on some...

Samuel Director Wins IHS Fellowship

May 8, 2017

PhD student Samuel Director has won a Humane Studies Fellowship from the Institute for Humane Studies for AY17-18.

Spencer Case wins 2017 Jentzsch Prize

May 5, 2017

PhD student Spencer Case has won the 2017 Jentzsch Prize, awarded once a year for the best graduate student paper submitted to the Jentzsch Prize Committee. The prize includes a cash award and an invitation to present the paper as part of next year's Colloquium series.

Mark Boespflug and Joseph Wilson Win Origins Fellowships

May 4, 2017

PhD students Mark Boespflug and Joseph Wilson have won Research Assistantships with the Origins Project for AY17-18.

Chris Heathwood Wins Tulane University Fellowship

April 26, 2017

For the 2017-2018 academic year, Professor Chris Heathwood will take residence as a Faculty Fellow in the Center for Ethics and Public Affairs at Tulane University’s Murphy Institute. He plans to complete a book manuscript on well-being and desire.

Ben Kultgen Wins Graduate Student Teaching Excellence Award

April 20, 2017

PhD student and GPTI Benjamin Kultgen has won a university-wide 2016-17 Graduate Student Teaching Excellence award.

Carol Cleland Interviewed in CU Connections

April 20, 2017

Professor Carol Cleland is interviewed in the latest issue of CU Connections. Read the interview here .

Alison Jaggar Elected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences

April 13, 2017

Professor Alison Jaggar has been elected to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. The Academy is one of the oldest learned societies in the US. Its 4,900 Fellows and 600 Foreign Honorary Members include many of the most accomplished scholars and practitioners worldwide. With her election, Professor Jaggar joins...

Daniel Coren Wins Dissertation Fellowship

March 24, 2017

Daniel Coren has won a one-semester Graduate School Dissertation Completion Fellowship, to be taken in the academic year 2017-2018.