Worcester State University
Philosophy Department


Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs).
The Philosophy Department maintains a set of Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs).  Each course is designed to support some or all of these SLOs, and the program overall supports all SLOs.
Dr. Kristin Waters presents paper.
Dr. Kristin Waters presented a paper "Crying Out for Liberty: Five Arguments about Oppression" at the California Roundtable on Philosophy and Race held at Northwestern University on October 8 and 9.  The Roundtable  was initiated several years ago at the University of California at Berkeley to provide a venue to discuss a small number of papers in depth among a group of philosophers devoted to the topic.  For the last few years the conference as gone "on the road" and next year will be held at the University of Massachusetts at Boston. 
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Our goal is to provide you with information about the program at Worcester State University, including our connections with other programs at the university and in the community.  We will also provide you with information about the benefits of studying philosophy and the value of the discipline in undergraduate education and beyond. Please browse the website and contact us if you’d like to learn more. 



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  American Philosophy Association
  Disputatio-International Journal of Philosophy
  Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
  Ethics Updates
  Philosophers' Imprint


  Philosophy Department
  Worcester State University
  486 Chandler Street
  Worcester, MA  01602

  Office Location:
  Room S-327

  Office Hours:
  8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
  Monday - Friday




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