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- Tyler Hildebrand’s paper “Inductive Reasoning Involving Social Kinds” (with Barrett Emerick) has been published in the Journal of the American Philosophical Association. https://philpapers.org/rec/EMEIRI
- Letitia Meynell and Clarisse Paron’s open educational resource, the Applied Ethics Primer, is now available in hard copy through Broadview Press.
- Congratulations to Richmond Campbell (Professor Emeritus) and Victor Kumar (BA Hons, Dalhousie; Assistant Professor, Boston University) whose book, A Better Ape (2022), was the topic of a symposium session at the annual meeting of the Canadian Philosophical Association.
- Congratulations to Callahan Laing, who is this year’s recipient of the F. Hilton Page Memorial Prize, awarded to a graduating student whose thesis is judged to be outstanding. Callahan’s thesis, supervised by Dr. Stephanie Kapusta, is entitled “Gender Under Construction: Building a Better Framework.”
- Congratulations to Alexis Amero, who is this year’s recipient of the Roland Puccetti Memorial Award for the best essay submitted by a student in a 3000- or 4000-level class. Alexis’s essay is entitled “On Monogamy and Adaptive Preference Formation: An Argument for Classifying Mononormality as an Autonomy Impairment.”
- Congratulations to Ford Doolittle, emeritus professor in the Department of Microbiology and Biochemistry and cross-appointed in Philosophy, who has just been elected to the Royal Society.
- Congratulations to Stephanie Kapusta, who has been awarded tenure and promotion to associate professor, effective July 1. 2023!
- Congratulations to Francoise Baylis and Andrew Fenton for co-authoring an article/commentary in 'The Conversation'