Find out the exciting details here. Please note that the conference is being held in the Student Union’s Georgian Room, not the Conference Room as previously advertised.
From Professor Jesse: There has been some confusion over the registrar’s designation of the PHRE 400-level courses for next semester. My 476 Blake seminar was designated as “Senior Seminar,” which really should be used only to refer to our required 475 senior seminar course. That problem should now be fixed. I want to clarify that […]
Our Philosophy/Religion Club meetings have been going quite well. Next week’s topic is on questions Personal Identity or a sense of the Self. As a reminder, our meeting times are Monday, 4:30-5:30pm in Baldwin 350. Requirements for coming may consist of: liking to think, liking to talk about what you think, and liking to listen […]
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THE MIDDLE EAST: PAST AND PRESENT A ONCE-IN-A-LIFETIME STUDY ABROAD TRIP This is your invitation to the second Information Session scheduled for Tuesday, November 16 at 6 p.m. in Baldwin Hall 349. Get the details on this six-week, six credit hour course scheduled for May 23 – July 3. Scholarships available through the Study Abroad […]
Truman State University has a long-standing tradition of sending a group of undergraduate students to the National Conference on Undergraduate Research every spring to present their research, scholarship, and creative activities to their peers from around the country. Funding is now available for attendance at the 25th Annual NCUR Conference at Ithaca College in Ithaca, […]
The 2010 Smits Lecture will take place during the lunch hour of this year’s Undergraduate Philosophy and Religion Conference, Saturday, November 6, in the SUB Conference Room. Minds and morals: The experientialist (hypo)thesis revisited Dr. Philip Robbins (University of Missouri-Columbia), co-editor of The Cambridge Handbook of Situated Cognition The abstract for the talk is now […]
Reprinted from the Truman Today at http://newsletter.truman.edu/article.aspx?id=5169: Truman’s chapter of Theta Alpha Kappa national honor society for religious studies and theology recently inducted four new members. Pictured (left to right): Brenna Hale, Amy Fleming, Amy Yeagle and Heidi Geisbuhler were inducted May 5. Established in 1976, Theta Alpha Kappa has grown to more than two […]
Undergraduates interested in presenting a paper at Truman’s 21st Annual Undergraduate Philosophy and Religion Conference can find details about the submission process on the conference webpage. Submissions must be postmarked by September 30, 2010.