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Peter Singer to give talk on “The Most Good You Can Do: Changing Ideas about Living Ethically”

“The Most Good You Can Do: Changing Ideas about Living Ethically” Peter Singer November 22, 2016 3PM – 4:20PM Penn 401 (side entrance of the Paul Robeson Library) Many in the generation that has come of age in the new millennium are looking for meaning in their life beyond finding a job and earning money. They … Read more Peter Singer to give talk on “The Most Good You Can Do: Changing Ideas about Living Ethically”
Posted at 3:44 pm October 24, 2016, in Events

Fun time at Rutgers Day 2016: Philosophy and Religion Jeopardy!

Posted at 8:42 pm April 30, 2016, in News

Welcome to Eric Chwang, Inaugural Henry Rutgers Term Chair

The Department of Philosophy and Religion is delighted to announce that Dr. Eric Chwang will fill the inaugural Henry Rutgers Term Chair in Health, Ethics, and Society, to begin on September 1, 2016. Dr. Chwang is an expert in the philosophy and ethics of medical consent and research. He is currently assistant professor of philosophy … Read more Welcome to Eric Chwang, Inaugural Henry Rutgers Term Chair
Posted at 12:32 pm March 14, 2016, in News

Philosophy Majors Have Highest Earnings After Graduation

See http://www.naceweb.org/s02242016/top-paid-humanities-graduates-2016.aspx?utm_source=spot-col&utm_medium=email&utm_content=txt-head&utm_campaign=content
Posted at 11:15 am February 25, 2016, in News

Prof. Kevin Connolly wins grant for the study of perception

Kevin Connolly, lecturer in Philosophy at Rutgers University Camden, has won a $75,000 grant from the Cambridge New Directions in the Study of the Mind Project, for a project called “The Interdisciplinary Study of Perceptual Learning.” Connolly’s project will bring together philosophers, psychologists, and neuroscientists at international workshops to discuss perceptual learning—cases where people (often … Read more Prof. Kevin Connolly wins grant for the study of perception
Posted at 1:50 pm October 5, 2015, in News

Biomedical Ethics Talk by Dr. Gentzel

Tuesday 28 April, 2015, 12:20-1:20, BSB 132    
Posted at 12:53 pm April 24, 2015, in News