The philosophy program at OSU is designed to help students develop moral reasoning and critical thinking skills in the service of an engaged life.  Through coursework, campus events, and community involvement, our students learn how to identify, analyze, and resolve ethical, political, and epistemic issues, mentored by faculty who are actively involved in ethics and social justice research across a wide array of disciplines on the environment, religion, biomedicine, global justice, peace and conflict studies, and more.

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Oct
29
2021

Anthropology Lecture Series: Dr. Dennis Griffin, Oregon State Historic Preservation Office at Strand Agriculture Hall

Dr. Dennis Griffin will give a talk titled,"Rediscovering Oregon's Military History: An Archaeological Perspective." Griffin has earned a Ph.D. from the University of Oregon and an M.A.I.S. degree from Oregon State,…
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