PhD Seminar (PHIL*6960)
Term: Fall 2013
The purpose of this course is to facilitate doctoral students in the successful completion of their Ph.D. programs, where this is defined as completing the requirements in a way that leads to a successful career in philosophy. The course is designed to complement the crucial role of the advisor by providing a forum for doctoral students to meet with each other for the purpose of discussing each others' projects, and by providing a forum for discussing program and career-related issues with other faculty and professionals. Please note that, although you will not be receiving a numerical grade for your work, satisfactory performance in this course will entail regular attendance at meetings (see 'evaluation in attachment), as well as departmental "Speaker Series" talks, which are a vital part of the profession.
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