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The Teaching Workshop: Undergraduate Advising

Welcome again to The Teaching Workshop, where your questions related to pedagogy are answered. Each post features questions submitted by readers with answers from...

Professor Robert Audi awarded the APA’s 2016 Quinn Prize

The American Philosophical Association is pleased to announce that Professor Robert Audi (University of Notre Dame) has been awarded the 2016 Quinn Prize, the...

When Reviewers Lie—A Growing Problem?

By Scott Forschler I’ve received a range of responses to articles submitted to journals. A few, either immediately or after revision, were accepted and published....

A Journal Editor’s Wish List

By Jennifer Lackey On any given day, it’s not uncommon for me to check my e-mail and have over 25 new messages regarding editorial matters....

New APA Graduate Student Council: Nominations now open!

At its most recent meeting, the board of officers unanimously approved the creation of a new APA Graduate Student Council (GSC). The GSC will serve...

The Sound of Silence: Where are the Community Stakeholders in the Building of the...

By Leslie Aarons An article in the July 2016 issue of Rolling Stone magazine strikes at the zenith of environmental and public philosophy. Indeed, this...

Putting Together a Speakers Series: The Center for Interpretive and Qualitative Research (CIQR)

As part of the APA Blog’s focus on service related posts, we solicited the following account to provide an example of how one can...

How to be an Effective Chair

By Gabriel Oak Rabin Chairing a conference session isn’t glamorous and doesn’t pay well (or at all). Few give it much thought. This might lead...

Results of the Recent APA Elections

Over the last few months, members of the APA elected new divisional officers as well as a new at-large member of the APA board...
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Dispatches on Turkey: Academics and Authoritarianism

"Dispatches on Turkey" is a special series for the American Philosophical Association Blog, featuring posts by an international group of academics and edited by Chad...