Puget Sound is hosting an Undergraduate Philosophy Conference at the end of this week, with papers being presented by students from various universities, and comments by Puget Sound students. In addition, a keynote address will be delivered by Niko Kolodny (see the below post). The conference starts this Friday, 3/30, at 2:00 in the Murray Board Room in the Wheelock Student Center. The conference is free and open to the public.
You can find the full schedule for the conference here.
Berkeley Professor Niko Kolodny will be giving the keynote address for our Puget Sound Undergraduate Conference this coming Friday 3/30 at 5pm in Trimble Forum.
You can find more information about the talk here.
And the schedule for the philosophy conference here.
2012 Colorado Summer Seminar in Philosophy
July 23rd through August 10th, 2012: Boulder, Colorado.
Sponsored by the Department of Philosophy
at the University of Colorado, Boulder.
The Seminar is intended for outstanding undergraduates who are considering graduate school in philosophy. The aim is to introduce students to the atmosphere of a graduate-level seminar, giving participants a chance to explore and sharpen their philosophical abilities before they commit to a graduate program.
The class size will be between 15 and 20. The course is highly intensive, meeting five times a week for three weeks, for three hours a day, with a further student-led discussion session in the evenings. The readings will be dense and difficult, and students will be expected to participate extensively. Several papers will be required. Applicants should have done substantial work in philosophy, including exposure to contemporary analytic methods. Preference will be given to students who have not yet applied to graduate school.
Topic for 2012: The Limits of Knowledge
Application deadline: April 1st, 2012
For more information, check the program’s website.