The Minnesota Center for Philosophy of Science advances research and graduate training in the philosophy of science and related studies of science and technology. It fosters a local community through a variety of activities and special events. This local community includes scholars from a number of different disciplines throughout the University of Minnesota as well as area colleges and universities. The Center brings together researchers from around the world through its visiting fellow program and conferences, and conducts collaborative research through its workshops, the results of which are published in Minnesota Studies in the Philosophy of Science.
MCPS member Roger Stuewer been awarded the Distinguished Alumni Award of the Department of Physics of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, which will be conferred at the department's annual awards banquet on May 2.April 1st, 2014
We are pleased to announce that Douglas Marshall (Harvard PhD, 2011), who has been an MCPS fellow since 2010, has accepted an offer to join the Carleton College Philosophy Department in the rank of assistant professor. He will start the position in fall of 2014.February 12th, 2014
Congratulations to Maria Rebolleda Gomez who has won an Interdisciplinary Doctoral Fellowship Award to reside at the Center for the 2014-15 academic year. Maria's faculty sponsor at the Center will be Alan Love. Her PhD supervisor is Michael Travisano (EEB). Her project is entitled "Biological individuality and the evolution of multicellularity".February 4th, 2014