Katherine Wasson, PhD,
Loyola University, Chicago, IL
During her stay Katie gave a talk sponsored by The Hundere Endowment: “The Pros and Cons of Direct-to-Consumer Genetic Testing.” At right: Katie with her husband David Cook.
Mark Tschaepe, PhD
Prairie View A&M University, Houston, TX
Division of Social Work, Behavioral, and Political Sciences,
During his stay Mark gave two presentations:
The first featured OSU guests Susan Shaw, Director of the School of Language, Culture, and Society; Bradley Boovy, faculty, WGSS; Chris Lenn, staff, Office of Equity and Inclusion; graduate students Amber Moody and Raquel Rosario Sanchez, and Marisa Chappell, faculty, History. His presentation was focused on Prison Sexual Violence and you can view the slides here: A Noxious Injustice as Punishment.
The second presentation was based on his paper “The Student as Philosopher-Scientist” (you can download the paper from a collection of his work here). Discussants included Rob Figueroa, Jonathan Kaplan, and Stephanie Jenkins from the OSU Philosophy program; Mike O’Malley from the School of Education; Sione Filimoehala, Phronesis co-founder; and Eric Wright, Principal of College Hill high school. Check here for some photos of the event.
Ute Stoltenberg, PhD
Leuphana Universität, Lüneburg
Pictured with OSU philosopher, Barbara Maraca, and mini dachshund, Frankie.
Professor Stotenberg gave a presentation to OSU Service Learning faculty.
Massimo Pigliucci, PhD
CUNY Graduate School
Professor Pigliucci lectured in our Philosopher.Scientist.Citizen series, with a presentation titled “Pseudoscience: Exploiting Public Trust.” See photos from his visit here and a link to his talk, here.
Stacey Ritz, PhD
Northern Ontario School of Medicine
Professor Ritz lectured in our Philosopher.Scientist.Citizen series, with a presentation titled “On the integration of sex and gender considerations in basic experimental biomedical research.” See photos from her visit here.
Alan Richardson, PhD
Dept of Philosophy,
University of British Columbia
Christian Matheis, PhD candidate, ASPECT program, Virginia Tech.
Isaac Magana, MS candidate, Information Technology, Virginia Tech.
During their stay Christian readied his application materials for the job market.
Mette Smølz Skau, mental health clinician, San Francisco, CA
Rasmus GrØnfeldt Winther, philosopher, University of California Santa Cruz, CA
During their stay, Jon and Rasmus put the finishing touches on their co-authored essay for the journal Philosophy of Science, titled “Realism, antirealism, and instrumentalism about race.” Check out more of their collaborations on “race” and racism for the Phronesis Lab here.