4/24/17 - The following students have accepted jobs starting in 2017-18: Kendall Fisher, Seattle University (tenure-track); Yishai Cohen, University of Southern Maine (tenure-track); Nicole Dular, Franklin College (3-year position); John Monteleone, LeMoyne College (tenure-track); Ryan Hubbard, Gulf Coast State College (tenure-track).
4/18/17 - Congratulations to Nicole Dular, who successfully defended her dissertation, "Knowing Better, Reasoning Together"
4/11/17 - Congratulations to Paul Prescott, who has been selected to receive a 2017 Meredith Teaching Recognition Award.
4/5/17 - Congratulations to Dante Dauksz and Arturo Javier Castellanos - both have been selected for Outstanding Teaching Assistant Awards.
3/10/17 - Sean Clancy has won the Mary Hatch Marshall Award for best paper by a graduate student in the Humanities for his paper "Psychopaths, Ill-Will, and the Wrong-Making Features of Actions".
2/21/17 - Kendall Fisher's paper, "Thomas Aquinas on Hylomorphism and the In-Act Principle", has been accepted for publication in the British Journal for the History of Philosophy.
11/7/16 - Sean Clancy's paper, "Psychopaths, Ill-Will, and the Wrong-Making Features of actions", has been accepted for publication in Ergo.
10/21/16 - Sean Clancy successfully defended his dissertation, "What Counts as Desiring the Actual Good".
Mark Heller has won a 2017 Excellence in Graduate Education Award, and Paul Prescott has won a 2017 Meredith Teaching Recognition Award.
Ken Baynes has been named William P. Tolley Distinguished Teaching Professor for 2016-18. Story here.
Sam Gorovitz has been awarded an honorary Doctor of Science degree by Upstate Medical University. Story here.
Chris Noble (PhD Princeton 2009) has been hired as Assistant Professor beginning in Fall 2016. Noble specializes in ancient philosophy, especially Plotinus.
Fred Beiser has been awarded the Officer's Cross of the Order of Merit by the Federal Republic of Germany for his contributions to German-American relations. See story here.
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