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Samuel Miller-Poling to attend Emory Law

Congratulations to Samuel Miller-Poling! He has been accepted to, and plans on attending, Emory's School of Law this coming Fall

2021 Graduate student awards

Congratulations to Marco Forgione, Dustin Sigsbee and Apurva Parikh!

Avery Kral will study History & Philosophy of Science at Cambridge

Congratulations to Avery Kral! Before heading to Cambridge next year, this summer Avery will study Biblical Hebrew with Harvard Divinity School.

Michael Stöltzner wins Russell Research Award

Congratulations Michael Stöltzner! Professor Stöltzner has won the U of SC Russell Award for Humanities and Social Science!

U of SC MAP Diversity Roundtable at SCSP

The U of SC MAP Chapter will be participating in a panel at the SCSP Conference this week to discussing issues of diversity in academic philosophy from the perspective of undergraduates in the department.

Clyde LeMoine has Been Awarded the DAAD Study Scholarship!

Congratulations Clyde! The prestigious DAAD study Scholarship provides full financial support for masters studies in Germany.

Danne defends his PhD: Mathematical Realism from Reflectance Physicalism

Congratulations to Nicholas Danne on his defense of his dissertation and his recent publication of "How to make reflectance a surface property"

Weinberg on Enemies with Benefits: Live @ the Library

Tuesday, Mar. 23, 2021, 4 - 4:30 p.m. @UofSCLibraries Instagram Live

Jeremy Weissman, UofSC philosophy PhD, publishes new book!

The book is titled "Crowdsourced Panopticon: Conformity and Control on Social Media" and has been published by Rowman & Littlefield.

Annual Undergraduate Philosophy Awards

The Philosophy Department has awarded its annual undergraduate Philosophy Awards. Congratulations to the winners!

Philosophy Department joins SRPoiSE

The Philosophy Department and the Ann Johnson Institute for Science, Technology & Society are now institutional members of the Consortium for Socially Relevant Philosophy of/in Science and Engineering.

New co-editor-in-chief, Journal of Pragmatics

Anne Bezuidenhout has been appointed co-editor-in-chief at the Journal of Pragmatics. She joins Marina Terkourafi (Leiden University Centre for Linguistics, Leiden, Netherlands), who has served as co-editor-in-chief since 2017.

Chris Tollefsen edits collection by Joseph Boyle

Chris Tollefsen has co-edited a volume of essays by the late philosopher Joseph Boyle. It is titled Natural Law Ethics in Theory and Practice: A Joseph Boyle Reader.

Welcome to new faculty member Agnes Bolinska!

We are thrilled to be joined this year by new faculty member Agnes Bolinska.

New Roger Bacon Research Society

Jerry Hackett is the founding president of the new Roger Bacon Research Society.

Gene Long, 1935-2020

Emeritus faculty member Jerry Wallulis offers some thoughts about our former colleague, Gene Long.

Congratulations to Michael Stoeltzner

'Epistemology of the Large Hadron Collider' project is renewed.

APA Award for Tyke Nunez

Faculty member Tyke Nunez was just announced a winner of the Routledge, Taylor & Francis Prize.

Congratulations to Chia-Hua Lin!

Our recent PhD, Chia-Hua Lin, has won an NSF Post-doctoral Research Fellowship and a KLI Visiting Fellowship.

Robert J. Mulvaney (1937 - 2019)

Bob Mulvaney, 30 years a philosopher at the University of South Carolina, passed away recently.

Congratulations to Tiffany Beaver

Tiffany Beaver awarded 2019-2020 Bridge Humanities Corps Fellowship

Jennifer Frey's podcast featured by APA

Jennifer Frey has written a nice piece on the APA's website concerning her popular podcast, "Sacred and Profane Love"

Jeremy Weissman receives post-doc

Congratulations to Jeremy Weissman! He has received a post-doc at the Roger Mudd Ethics Center, Washington & Lee University.

Welome to Kathryn Lindeman and Tyke Nunez

The department is pleased to welcome our newest faculty members, Kathryn Lindeman and Tyke Nunez.

Chia-Hua Lin wins poster award

Graduate student Chia-Hua win has won the Best Poster Presentation at the meeting of the Society of the Philosophy of Science in Practice. Congratulations!

 

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