Go to http://serve.truman.edu/InterfaithChallenge.asp to learn about an interesting year-long project in interfaith dialogue and service taking place at Truman this year.
The Department of Philosophy and Phi Sigma Tau (Illinois Pi Chapter) of Southern Illinois University Edwardsville are pleased to announce that they will be hosting the 6th Annual Undergraduate Philosophy Conference, November 4th-5th, 2011. All undergraduate students are encouraged to submit papers on any topic of philosophical interest. Submission Deadline: September 30th, 2011 Submission Guidelines: […]
Dr. Chad Mohler, Professor of Philosophy and Religion and developer of the iPhone app TruTouch, was recently named winner of the “Mobile for Global Good” programming competition sponsored by Big Nerd Ranch. Big Nerd Ranch (http://www.bignerdranch.com) is one of the premiere companies in the world for offering training programs in Mac and iOS (iPhone / […]
Go here to find out about the induction ceremony for Truman’s new national honor society for religious studies and theology. Congratulations to all the inductees.
All sessions held in Baldwin Hall 262. Wednesday 13 April: 4:30 p.m.—6:30 p.m. 4:30 William Franks Respondent: Chad Mohler Director: David Murphy 5:00 Matt Ziegler [time set poss. Shift to W 20] Respondent: Bob Mielke Director: Natalie Alexander 5:30 Amy Yeagle Respondent: James Cianciola Director: Dereck Daschke 6:00 Aubrey Vaughn Respondent: Heather Cianciola Director: Natalie […]
For students interested in registering for the Blake seminar, The registrar has incorrectly posted prerequisites for this course. I’m trying to get that corrected. There are no prerequisites except that you must be a junior or senior. Here is a description of the course: PHRE 476: Seminar in Philosophy and Religion: William Blake’s Religious Thought […]
The Truman Faculty Forum is presenting a talk by Jennifer Jesse, Associate Professor of Philosophy & Religion, on theological approaches to William Blake and issues of multi-disciplinary scholarship. Please join us for “Blake’s Bounding Lines and the Art of Interdisciplinarity” on Thursday, February 17 at 7 p.m. in OP 2210.
From Dr. Burton: The website is now updated for University of Colorado-Boulder. If you are thinking about graduate school in Philosophy or just would like some summer intensity exploring the topic of “Will and Desire”, this is for you! We have sent students in 2000, 2007, and 2009. All have found it a wonderful experience. […]
Check out a new blog, maintained by former Truman professor Matt Pianalto, listing great opportunities for you to present papers at undergraduate Philosophy and Religion conferences: http://undergradphil.blogspot.com/.
Truman State is still accepting applications for Jefferson City Interns this Spring Semester. Successful applicants will have earned 60 hours of academic credit before the spring, have an overall GPA of 2.75 or above, and receive the approval of the Provost. The internship earns 15 hours of academic credit and students also receive a monthly […]