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 success as a bioethicist is directly attributable to the education I received as a philosophy major. None of it would have been possible were it not for the tremendous patience, breadth of knowledge, and support imparted on me by the UMM philosophy professors.”
Jessica Attwood Hirsch ’02, philosophy
master of bioethics
doctorate student in bioethics and health policy, Loyola Medical School
Assistant Director for the Office of Outreach Services
University of Wisconsin, Madison.
Gordon Marino (St. Olaf) will come to Morris (date TBA). The title of his talk will be: "Kierkegaard on the distinction between despair and depression". Professor Marino is the author of
Kierkegaard in the Present Age and co-editor of The Cambridge Companion to Kierkegaard. An active boxing trainer, Gordon covers boxing for the Wall Street Journal and is currently writing a book on boxing and philosophy. 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