Climate in Philosophy
I am a member of the climate committee in the Rutgers philosophy department. For climate-related resources at Rutgers, click here. For recent data on the representation of women in philosophy, click here.
From 2015 to 2019, I organized the climate survey for the Rutgers philosophy department. The climate survey gauges the climate among graduate students in general, and among graduate students who are members of underrepresented groups in particular. Please feel free to contact me (email@example.com) if you would like more information, or if you would like advice on how to set up and run a climate survey in your own department.
And of course, please feel free to contact me, or anyone else on the climate committee, with any climate-related concerns you may have.
Metro Area Philosophy of Science (MAPS)
Every semester, MAPS hosts three to five lectures in the New York/New Jersey area on topics in the philosophy of science. It is sponsored by the philosophy departments at Columbia, NYU, and Rutgers. For information about upcoming talks, visit the MAPS website or facebook page.
Current organizer: Denise Dykstra.
Previous organizers: Porter Williams, Eddy Chen, Isaac Wilhelm.
Rutgers-Columbia Workshop: Quantum Field Theories
This workshop featured talks on the metaphysical status of quantum field theory by David Baker, Ward Struyve, Tian Yu Cao, Anna Ijjas, Porter Williams, Laura Ruetsche, Michael Miller, and David Wallace. For more information, visit the workshop website.
Organizers: Eddy Chen, Sebastien Rivat, Isaac Wilhelm.
Sponsors: Marc Sanders Foundation, Rutgers University Philosophy Department, Columbia University Philosophy Department, Rutgers Graduate Student Association.