The Cal Poly Philosophy department launched a Philosophy Workshop series where two philosophy graduate students visited Cal Poly to discuss some of their current work.
The Philosophy Student Advisory Committee is a student-run committee aimed at ensuring effective and consistent communication between students, faculty and the department chair.
Two members of the Philosophy Department traveled to Reykjavik, Iceland to lead an Emerging Arctic Conflicts, Laws, and Ethics Workshop on June 18-19, 2018.
Cal Poly Philosophy Department welcomes Anya Foxen as Assistant Professor of Religious Studies. Foxen earned her Ph. D. in Religious Studies at UCSB.
Some students received departmental awards for student essays and accomplishments in 2018.
The Philosophy Department hosted a Student Symposium that welcomed students and faculty to showcase their achievements and foster a sense of community.
Ethics Bowl is a team-based intercollegiate debate competition covering a range of current events and controversies in applied ethics. Cal Poly sends one or two student teams each year to compete in the a Regional Ethics Bowl competition.