Location and Hours
Florida State / Department of Philosophy
AL MELE AWARDED THE GRADUATE TEACHING AWARD FOR 2012-13
Congratulations to Al Mele for being awarded the Graduate Teaching Award for 2012-13. Recipients of this award are selected for their outstanding teaching skills. Nominations are submitted by students and alumni. Al Mele also won this award in 2005-06.
We are very pleased to announce that John Schwenkler has accepted a tenure track Assistant Professor position beginning Fall 2013. John Schwenkler is coming to us from Mount St. Mary's University and his research interests lie in epistemology and philosophy of mind and action.
RANDOLPH CLARKE NAMED NATIONAL HUMANITIES CENTER FELLOW FOR 2012-13
Congratulations to Randolph Clarke for being awarded a fellowship at the National Humanities Center for his project “Omissions: Metaphysics, Agency, and Responsibility.”
JAMES JUSTUS AWARDED A STEPHEN RISLEY FAMILY FELLOWSHIP
Congratulations to James Justus for being awarded a Stephen Risley Family Fellowship in the College of Arts and Sciences to pursue research and writing.
The Risleys set up this endowment to provide teaching release to allow additional time to pursue research and/or writing projects.
RANDOLPH CLARKE AWARDED NEH FELLOWSHIP
Professor Randolph Clarke has been awarded a prestigious one-year fellowship by the National Endowment for the Humanities for his project entitled “Omissions: Metaphysics, Agency, and Responsibility.”
December 6-8, 2013: Big Questions in Free Will / Werkmeister Conference