In Brief: More News from the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies
Some further news from the Department is presented briefly here.
Looking Back: Department News from the Past
The present and the future are rooted in the past. This column features some department news from the past fifty years.
Barbara Levenbook Retires
The Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies held a virtual event on the afternoon of April 30 to honor Barbara Levenbook on the occasion of her retirement and to celebrate her 41-year academic career at NC State.
Dubljevic Garners Honors
Veljko Dubljevic, an assistant professor of philosophy and STS at NC State who specializes in the ethics of emerging science and technology, racked up three major achievements during Spring 2021.
Work in Progress: Ferguson on the Philosophy of Black Popular Culture
In this article, Stephen Ferguson, associate professor of philosophy and Africana studies, discusses his work on his next book.
Former Faculty Feature: Joseph Levine
Joseph Levine, who is now a professor of philosophy at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, served on the philosophy faculty at NC State from 1986 to 2000.
How We’re Studying COVID-19
Hear more about professor Levi McLaughlin's research into the pandemic's impact on religious communities.
Top Seniors Win Philosophy and Religious Studies Prizes
The NC State Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies recognized the academic achievements of its top seniors at a virtual Student Awards Celebration on March 12. The two award-winners were introduced by faculty members who had worked closely with them.
Dubljevic Receives NSF CAREER Award
Veljko Dubljevic, an assistant professor of philosophy and science, technology and society at NC State who specializes in the ethics of emerging science and technology, has received the prestigious National Science Foundation (NSF) CAREER Award.
New Faculty in Religious Studies
The religious studies program at NC State has been strengthened by the appointment of two new scholars to its continuing faculty in Fall 2020.