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Congratulations to our newest PhDs

Congratulations to the graduate students who completed their dissertation and graduated this December.

Welcome to Brett Sherman

The Department welcomes Brett Sherman our newest tenure-track faculty member.

Practical Truth: Reflections on the Aristotelian Tradition

Philosophy conference to take place April 21st-22nd, 2017.

Philosophy PhD Student Dan Castell Wins Civic Scholars Grant

The Graduate Civic Scholars Program is a professional development initiative for graduate students seeking public engagement and action-based research.

Former Philosophy Faculty Member Ann Johnson Has Died

A memorial service will be held on April 29th, 2017.

Anne Bezuidenhout Elected to Position in AMPRA

The American Pragmatics Association recently elected new officers.

Tarja Knuuttila Co-Organizes Interdisciplinary Winter School on Modeling in Synthetic Biology

"Varieties of Modeling in Technoscience: The Case of Synthetic Biology"

Applications open for 4 Full-Time PhD Positions

Applications are invited for 4 PhD positions in philosophy at the University of South Carolina. The position pays a stipend and tuition and fees.

Congratulations to Michelle Panchuk

New PhD and a new post-doc position

Congratulations! Fulbright for Gerad Gentry.

Congratulations to Gerad Gentry, who won a Fulbright Research Award to continue working on his dissertation in Germany.

Congratulations to Michael Stoeltzner

New research grant on the Epistemology of the Large Hadron Collider.

Congratulations to Brandon Boesch and Gerad Gentry!

Brandon and Gerad have each received competitive SPARC grants from the Office of Research and will use the opportunity to study abroad.

Congratulations to Rich Holmes

Rich is our latest PhD, successfully defending his dissertation and graduating this December.

Templeton Grant: Virtue, Happiness, and Meaning of Life.

Jennifer Frey, along with Candance Vogler of the University of Chicago, and hosts of collaborators, have embarked on a $2.1million-funded research project to explore relationships between virtue, happiness, and the meaning of life.

USC Philosophy Graduate Student Wins Essay Prize

The Society for Christian Philosophers


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