The Philosophy Department is located in the 1st and 2nd floors of Hellems Arts and Sciences Building.
The main department office is in Hellems 169, where you can find the Department Program Assistant, Terri Baldridge, the Department Adminstrative Assistant (Kyle Clabaugh) and the Graduate Program Assistant (Karen Sites).
The Graduate Student Lounge is located in Hellems 180. The graduate students have offices in Hellems 15, which you can find by taking the northwest stairwell to the basement.
The Morris Reading Room is located in Hellems 269. It contains the Department Library, which is open to students for quiet study, most weekday mornings and early afternoons. For exact hours please check the hours posted outside the door, or contact email@example.com.
Prospective students who are interested in our graduate program are very welcome to visit. If you would like to visit, please contact Prof. Rob Rupert, Director of Graduate Studies, firstname.lastname@example.org, or Karen Sites, the Graduate Program Assistant, email@example.com. If you have specific questions for professors in the department about their specialties, you are welcome to contact them directly. Questions about the program can also be answered by the two graduate student co-presidents, Ben Kultgen and Maggie Taylor. Prospective students are welcome to visit graduate seminars as well as talks and events going on in the department. The department Admissions Officer typically arranges a ‘recruitment weekend’ or student visits in March or April, for students who have been made offers are deciding whether to attend.
The Center for Values and Social Policy at the University of Colorado Boulder’s Department of Philosophy invites applications for Visiting Fellows for the 2018-19 academic year. The Center’s Visiting Fellows program is intended for faculty who work in the values area, who have done a significant amount of work in applied/practical normative philosophy broadly understood to include applied/practical issues in moral, social, political, and legal philosophy, who will be on paid leave from their home institution for one or both semesters during the 2018-19 academic year or who are retired, and who would like to spend between approximately two and eight weeks during that time in residence at the Center. Visiting Fellows will spend most of their time at the Center conducting research but will also be expected to give a talk or two (depending on the length of their stay) and to do a few guest presentations in courses being offered by the Department. The Center can offer Visiting Fellows office space, library privileges, a $1,500 stipend and assistance with travel costs, along with collegial engagement with a large and vibrant community of faculty and graduate students with interests in practical/applied issues in moral, social, political, and legal philosophy. The University of Colorado is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. The Center encourages applications from women, racial and ethnic minorities, individuals with disabilities, and veterans.