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Hagengruber knows the value of a great education

Hagengruber knows the value of a great education

May 12, 2016 — It’s safe to say that Jenna Hagengruber knows the value of education. Hagengruber, a senior with a double major in English and philosophy, and a minor in Honors, will soon graduate as part of the Class of 2016. Hagengruber, an Albuquerque-native who...

Fulbright Scholars pack their bags for world travel

Fulbright Scholars pack their bags for world travel

May 10, 2016 — The Fulbright U.S. Student Program is the largest exchange program in the United States. Its highly competitive honor is bestowed on students and young professionals dedicated to studying, teaching or conducting research worldwide. Two University of New...

UNM's 2014 top-10 general news stories

UNM's 2014 top-10 general news stories

December 29, 2014 — Annually, the University Communication and Marketing (UCAM) Department compiles a list of its Top-10 General News stories during the course of the year. Below is the list of UNM's Top-10 General News stories for 2014. The stories are listed in chronological order.

The peripatetic philosopher

The peripatetic philosopher

October 09, 2014 — Adrian Johnston is a philosopher and a peripatetic, a Greek word meaning "given to walking about.” But he doesn’t conduct his lectures in the Lyceum in ancient Athens like philosopher and teacher Aristotle, to whom the expression is often ascribed. ...

Goodman invited to teach summer school in China

Goodman invited to teach summer school in China

April 04, 2014 — University of New Mexico Regents Professor Emeritus Russell Goodman has been invited to teach in the Philosophy Summer School in China, a 25-year-old program established by the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences and the Royal Institute of Philosophy (U.K.). Eighty graduate ...

'Liberalizing Illiberal Liberalism' Focus of Dinner Event

April 24, 2013 — Charles W. Mills, Department of Philosophy at Northwestern University, presents, "Liberalizing Illiberal Liberalism," a dinner and conversation, on Saturday, May 4, from 4 - 6:30 p.m. in the Student Union Ballrooms A on the University of New Mexico main ...

Deaf Graduate Brings Unique Perspective to Philosophy

May 18, 2011 — As the first known signing Deaf woman to receive a doctorate in philosophy, Teresa Burke faced unique challenges that she turned into unique opportunities. She graduated from UNM last week."Almost all of the bioethics and philosophical literature about ...

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