Research Opportunities & Collaborations
The philosophy program faculty, like all Morris campus faculty, value rigorous academic research as part of a well rounded undergraduate experience.
“My philosophy degree taught me to take a disciplined approach to examining ideas and innovations. It taught me how to analyze arguments—a skill that has broad applicability in the world of corporate leadership.“
Peggy Lahammer ’88, philosophy, political science
J.D., Washington College of Law, American University
Director of Customer Discovery and Innovation
Professor Collier will be offering a new course in Fall 2013...
Philosophy 4000: Marx, Nietzsche, Freud. You can find more information about the course, including the syllabus and reading list, at the following link: http://z.umn.edu/mnf More »
Philosophy department circa 2011
Professor Mark Collier with philosophy students
Professor Demetriou with ’13 Philosophy Grads
Professor Garavaso with Philosophy students
philosophy program faculty, like all Morris campus faculty, value rigorous academic research as part of a well rounded undergraduate experience. While on the Morris campus, philosophy majors have the opportunity to participate in: Recent examples of senior thesis projects