Please share this information with any students who may be interested. Thanks, Eddy!
The Masters program in the Philosophy Department
at Georgia State University in Atlanta,
Georgia is accepting applications from qualified students for its
two Neurophilosophy Fellowships–as well as a Legal/Political Philosophy
Scholarship, and a German Philosophy Scholarship. Fellowships and
Scholarships cover tuition, provide $15,000/year for living expenses
and up to $500/year for travel to conferences. Fellowships have no
teaching duties for two years. Scholarships have no duties in the first
year but require teaching in the second year. A flier with more
information is here. The deadline for applications is March 15.
More information on the departments areas of strength in these three areas is here.
In addition to Andrea Scarantino and me, the department’s strength in
neurophilosophy and empirically informed philosophy of mind will
improve with the addition of George Graham next year. Students on the Neurophilosophy Track also have the opportunity to participate in GSU’s interdisciplinary Brains & Behavior Program.