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Maya Goldenberg wins the PSA Prize in Feminist Philosophy of Science!

Congratulations to Maya Goldenberg, who has just been awarded the Philosophy of Science Association (PSA) Prize in Feminist Philosophy of Science for her 2021 book Vaccine Hesitancy: Trust, Expertise, and the War on Science.

This prize is awarded biennially for the best book, article, or chapter published in English in the area of feminist philosophy of science. The winner receives an award of $500, which is presented at the PSA meeting.

Congratulations to Yussif Yakubu!

Congratulations to Yussif Yakubu, who has won a Guelph Study and Development Fellowship for Sessional Lecturers for Winter 2023!

Kyle Novak receives a postdoc--congrats!

Congratulations to Kyle Novak, who has recently been awarded a one-year Postdoctoral Fellowship from the interdisciplinary SSHRC-funded research group, Gilles Deleuze and Cosmology, based out of Laurentian University. This is well-deserved, Kyle!

For more information about the Gilles Deleuze and Cosmology project, please see: https://www3.laurentian.ca/deleuzecosmo/

Congratulations to Carson Johston!

Congratulations to our very own Carson Johnston, whose paper “A Conversion to Flourishing-Based Egoism: Discovering Morality’s Prudential Rationality Through a Life Valuing Ethic” was selected for the top honor, The SUNY Oneonta Conference Committee Award for Excellence in Philosophy, at the 26th Annual SUNY Oneonta Undergraduate Philosophy Conference held April 1-2, 2022!

Well-deserved, Carson!