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Fifteenth Annual North Florida Student Philosophy Conference

Philosophy and Media

University of North Florida

March 31, 2012

Here is the schedule for the upcoming conference!

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University of North Florida Philosophy

Call for Papers

 UNF’s Department of Philosophy invites paper submissions from undergraduate or graduate students for the 15th Annual Northeast Florida Student Philosophy Conference:

Philosophy and Media

March 31st, 2012
Jacksonville, Florida

Plenary Speakers:
Christopher Grau (Clemson)

Vance Ricks (Guilford College)
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Yale will be hosting a bootcamp and workshop on Experimental Philosophy of Free Will for graduate students and faculty:

The Experimental Philosophy of Free Will Workshop and Boot Camp is an opportunity for philosophers to gain the skills they need to conduct cutting-edge research in the experimental philosophy of free will. (more…)

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NUBC 2011

From the National Undergraduate Bioethics Conference:

The 2011 National Undergraduate Bioethics Conference hosted at Duke University, March 18-20, 2011 is right around the corner. We hope you are considering coming to hear the great speakers and meet students from all over the country who are interested in bioethics!  We are covering a broad range of bioethical issues personalized medicine and genomics and in global health.  We are excited to have recently received so many great abstracts for student presentations and have just posted the ones we accepted on our website.

There is still time to sign up to as a team to participate in the Bioethics Bowl. Deadline is February 18.

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Here is an updated announcement from the coordinators of the National Undergraduate Bioethics Conference:

Join us for an exploration of current controversies in bioethics related to this year’s theme, “Bioethics: More Personal or More Global?” at the 2011 National Undergraduate Bioethics Conference hosted at Duke University, March 18-20, 2011. It will bring together leaders in bioethics and students from across the nation to address a broad range of bioethical issues in personal genomics and global health.

The conference offers opportunities for students to submit a paper or participate in the Bioethics Bowl. Deadline for submission of abstracts is January 17. Deadline to sign up as a team for the Bioethics Bowl is February 18.

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NUBC 2011

From the Duke University Undergraduate Bioethics Society:

Join us for an exploration of current controversies in bioethics related to this year’s theme, “Bioethics: More Personal or More Global?” at the 2011 National Undergraduate Bioethics Conference hosted at Duke University, March 18-20, 2011. It will address a broad range of bioethical issues, from personal genomics to global health.
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The 56th annual meeting of the Florida Philosophical Association (FPA) begins tonight and concludes Saturday evening. Information, including the conference program, is available here.

Reminder: Aaron Kenna will present his paper, “In Defense of Positive Relevance,” on Saturday afternoon.

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