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2018 Robinson Essay Contest

2016 Robinson Essay Contest Due Date:  Noon, April 6, 2018 This essay contest is open to undergraduate and graduate students at KU.  Essays may be on any philosophical topic, but must not be more than 25 pages long and must be unpublished.

The Mentoring Project For Pre-tenure Women Faculty in Philosophy

3rd Biennial Workshop February 1, 2015 University of Massachusetts Amherst Co-Directors: Louise Antony (UMass) and Ann Cudd (Kansas)

Sheila Bair, KU Philosophy BA and former FDIC Chair named the 28th President of Washington College

KU Philosophy BA and former FDIC Chair, Sheila Bair has been named the 28th President of Washington College.   Article at Washington College

KU Creates Accelerated Master's Program in Philosophy

LAWRENCE – A new accelerated program will allow advanced students at the University of Kansas to obtain undergraduate and graduate degrees in philosophy in just five years.

Blame Won't Help Solve Economic Inequality, Say KU Researchers in New Article

LAWRENCE — What makes the difference between being a have and a have-not in America? A millionaire might attribute his fortune to hard work and initiative. He might also say the poverty-stricken simply don’t put the same effort into becoming successful.

University Distinguished Professor of Philosophy to Give Inaugural Lecture

LAWRENCE — Ann Cudd, a University Distinguished Professor of Philosophy, and associate dean of humanities in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at the University of Kansas, will present her inaugural lecture, "Justice and Freedom: A Cooperative Venture for Mutual Advantage," at 5:30 p.m.

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