The Graduate School Quarterly recently acknowledged these successes by the graduate students and alumni of Loyola’s Department of Philosophy:
Graduate School Research Symposium (April 12, 2014), Best Paper in Interdisciplinary Methods Paper Session:
-Asaf Bar-Tura: Is the Internet bad for Social Justice and Democracy?
Summer Research Mentoring Program Fellowship (Summer 2014)
-Corbin Casarez. Vulnerability, Addiction, and Recovery. The University of Virginia Press. November 2014.
-Matthew Kelsey. Kant’s Diagnosis of Unity of Skepticism. Philosophers’ Imprint. May 2014.
-Albert Bertozzi. One year full-time position at Loyola University, Chicago.
-Mark Bourgeois. Three-year post-doc. Reilly Center for Science and Technology and Values at Notre Dame University. Notre Dame, IN. August 2014.
-Christina Drogalis. Academic Year Lecturer. Santa Clara University. Santa Clara, CA. August 2014.
-Bryan Kibbe. 2-year postdoctoral fellow in advanced bioethics. Cleveland Clinic. Cleveland, Ohio. August 2014.
-Maria Kulp. Assistant Professor of Philosophy. Notre Dame University of Maryland. Baltimore, MD. August 2014.
-Maggie Labinski. Assistant Professor. Fairfield University. Fairfield, CT. August 2014.
-Leila Shooshani. Director of Audience Development and Operations. Tikkun. Berkeley, CA. June 2014.
-Kyle Thomsen. Assistant Professor. St. Francis University. Loretto, PA. August 2014.
-Mike Gutierrez. A Phenomenology of Weather Forecasting. EPTC (Existential and Phenomenological Theory and Culture). Brock University (Canada). May 2014.