Joseph Stenberg wins Humboldt Fellowship

March 14, 2016

PhD candidate Joseph Stenberg has won a two-year Humboldt postdoctoral fellowship . He will be working with Dominik Perler at Humboldt University, revising and expanding his dissertation into a book manuscript.

Andrew Chapman wins Marinus Smith Award

March 9, 2016

Department lecturer Andrew Chapman has won a Marinus Smith Award from the CU Parents Association. The award identifies and recognizes CU-Boulder faculty, staff, coaches, and administrators who have made a significant impact on the lives of CU-Boulder undergraduate students.

PhD students awarded CHA dissertation fellowships

March 8, 2016

Two of the Department's PhD candidates have won Center for the Humanities and Arts dissertation fellowships for AY16-17: Tyler Huismann has won the Thomas Edwin Devaney Dissertation Fellowship, and Daniel Lowe the Emerson Dissertation fellowship.

Morris Colloquium March 11-12

Feb. 19, 2016

The annual Morris Colloquium will take place March 11-12, 2016, on the CU Boulder campus. This year's topic is "Metaphysics and Its History".

Chris Heathwood talks about well-being on Minerva

Feb. 12, 2016

Professor Chris Heathwood discusses the philosophy of well-being on the Minerva podcast with its host, Joshi Gottlieb.

Graham Oddie interview in The Reasoner

Jan. 29, 2016

Graham Oddie is interviewed by Italian philosopher of science Gustavo Cevolani in the latest issue of The Reasoner .

Matthias Steup to join Department as Chair

Jan. 13, 2016

Matthias Steup, currently of Purdue University, will join the Department as Chair beginning July 1, 2016. Read more about Professor Steup here:

Call for papers for ninth annual RoME conference

Jan. 13, 2016

Submissions are open now for the ninth annual Rocky Mountain Ethics Congress (RoME), August 11-14, 2016. See the call for papers here:

Rob Rupert awarded Visiting Fellowship

Jan. 6, 2016

Professor Rob Rupert has been awarded a Visiting Fellowship at the Ruhr-Universität, Bochum, Germany. He will spend roughly the month of June as a research fellow working with Prof. Tobias Schlicht's group on Situated Cognition and will also be affiliated with RUB's Center for Mind, Brain, and Cognitive Evolution and...

Adam Hosein named winner in APA Op-Ed Contest

Sept. 1, 2015

Professor Adam Hosein has been named a winner in the APA's Public Philosophy Op-Ed Contest for the best opinion-editorials published by philosophers. Read the winning essay " Prosecuting on Torture Isn't Politics, It's Human Rights ".