2022 Newsletter

Jun 3, 2022

Work in Progress: Adler on the Palaea Historica

In this article William Adler, distinguished university professor of religious studies, discusses his work on a critical edition of an important Greek text.

Jun 3, 2022

In Brief: More News from the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies

Some further departmental news is presented briefly here.

Jun 3, 2022

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.

Jun 3, 2022

David Austin Retires

David Austin, associate professor of philosophy, is retiring in Summer 2022 after 39 years of service as a faculty member in the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies.

May 11, 2022

Philosophy and Religious Studies Faculty Receive Awards

A remarkable number of the faculty in the department of Philosophy and Religious Studies received awards during the 2021-22 academic year. These include two significant NC State awards and three prestigious external awards.

Mar 29, 2022

Top Seniors Win Department Awards

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 11. The two award-winners were introduced by faculty members who had worked closely with them.

Feb 8, 2022

Ann Rives Retires

Ann Rives, business services coordinator in the NC State Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies retired on February 1, 2022 after almost 42 years in the department.

Jan 6, 2022

Philosophy Student Helps Develop Critical Thinking Course

Meet Sophie Korenek, a junior majoring in philosophy and biochemistry. She’s also a Jefferson Scholar, a dual-degree program of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences and College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. 

Sep 7, 2021  |  College of Humanities and Social Sciences

Software Engineer Jason Suttles Applies His Philosophy Background to Healthcare, Technology

NC State alumnus Jason Suttles discusses earning degrees in philosophy and computer science, solving puzzles, working at the intersection of healthcare and technology, and more.