Housed in the School of History, Philosophy, and Religion, the Phronesis Lab supports ethics research that is interdisciplinary, innovative, and engaged, with a focus on social justice.
Our projects are aligned with the three Signature Areas of Distinction identified in OSU’s Strategic Plan. These projects are Economic and Social Progress, Health and Wellness, and Sustainable Earth Ecosystems.
Phronesis Lab members are presenting at the OSU Health Inequities Symposium on Tuesday April 21 at 2:00. More info here.
New!!! Photos from our Philosopher.Scientist.Citizen series, featuring Stacey Ritz’s visit.
Philosophy in the community: Professor Jenkins now has a Weekly Ethics Column in the OSU Student Newspaper The Barometer! Send her your Ethics queries and conundrums!
Check out our Book Panel Video Extravaganza, discussing Colin Koopman’s new book Genealogy as Critique, featuring Stephanie Jenkins, Sharyn Clough, and Evan Gottlieb.
Co-directors Jenkins and Clough (pictured, right) welcome collaborations from across the campus and the wider community. Email Sharyn Clough if you’re interested in collaborating on any of our projects, or suggesting new ones.
Photo Credit: Bob Peckyno