Student Life and Opportunities

Philosophy Club & Phi Sigma Tau

The Philosophy Club is a lively group of students and faculty that meet informally to discuss philosophical, social, political, and cultural topics in a fun atmosphere. The Club is meeting even during the pandemic! Contact for more information. Or, find us on Facebook or Instagram!

The Kentucky Epsilon chapter of Phi Sigma Tau is part of a national honor society for students and alumni/ae with aptitude for and interest in philosophy. You do not need to be a Philosophy major or minor to join! For more information contact , faculty advisor.

Steven Humphrey Undergraduate Philosophy Colloquium

Undergraduates from around North America are invited to submit papers for presentation at this annual conference. Travel and lodging expenses are paid thanks to the generous support of Dr. Steven Humphrey.

Student Research: Why, What, How?

Students have opportunities to do independent and guided research in Philosophy. Here's some info on how to get started and what that might look like.

Interested in a Career in Law?

Check out this video recording of a panel that the Philosophy Department hosted on how to prepare for law school admissions, life in law school, and what a law degree is good for.

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