NEW BIOETHICS MINOR IN PHILOSOPHY
for more information, contact Nancy Guerrero
Since its founding in 1963, the UCSD Philosophy Department has grown to become a nationally ranked department, offering excellent instruction and supervision at the graduate and undergraduate levels. Faculty have a broad range of research interests, with special concentrations in the philosophy of science, ethics and political philosophy, history of philosophy, and epistemology and metaphysics.
The department is strongly committed to interdisciplinary work in philosophy, which graduate students can pursue through joint doctoral studies in the Science Studies Program and in the Department of Cognitive Science. The department has close ties to many other departments and programs on campus including History, Classical Studies, Psychology, Political Science, and the Division of Biological Sciences. Graduates of our Ph.D. program have been successfully placed in top departments across the country and abroad.
Philosophy faculty have demonstrated their skill and dedication as teachers by winning many university-wide teaching awards. Among our current faculty are a MacArthur Fellow and recipients of numerous competitive research fellowships.
- Some Neglected Texts of Greek Political Theory, presented by Monte Johnson
OPEN TENURE and TENURE-TRACK POSITIONS
1. Tenure-Track Assistant Professor in Philosophy. AOS OPEN except for moral philosophy, history of philosophy and philosophy of science.
2. Tenure Assoc to Full Professor in Moral Psychology.
3. Joint Appointment with SOM: Assistant, Associate or Full Professor in Bioethics and Biomedical Policy.
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- Monte Johnson gives a talk on UCSD TV
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- Alexander Campbell was selected as the recipient of the 2015 Eric Paul Allison Memorial Prize Fellowship
- Dan Burnston wins the Chancellor's Dissertation Medal
- Per Milam accepts a two year post-doctorl fellowship at the University of Gothenberg.
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- Craig Callender to be a featured speaker for UC San Diego & You: Los Angeles
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- Dan Burnston has accepted an Assistant Professorship in Philosophy at Tulane University
- Carl Sachs accepts a tenure track position at Marymount University in Arlington, VA
- Eric Campbell accepts a tenure track position at University of Maryland, Baltimore County
- Sindhuja Bhakthavatsalam has just accepted a job in Philosophy and Education at CSUN (Cal State Northridge)
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Credits: graphics - Amanda Brovold; photography - Jonathan Cohen