Bringing the following to the attention of readers of the Feminist Philosophers Blog. Please share widely:
We invite applications to a mentoring workshop for junior faculty
women in philosophy. This workshop will be held June 2-4, 2013 at the campus of the University of Massachusetts Amherst and co-directed by Louise Antony and Ann Cudd. The workshop is designed to help women advance in the philosophy profession. Mentees will be placed in networking groups with four other junior scholars working in related areas led by a senior women in their field. Each group will meet in five working sessions, to discuss, in turn, a work-in-progress provided by each mentee. There will also be panel discussions of professional issues facing women philosophy.
For more information and instructions for applying, please see the
project website: http://www.philosophy.ku.edu/mentoring-project/ You
may contact Ann Cudd (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Louise Antony
(email@example.com) for more information, as well.
The Workshop is being sponsored by a grant from the American
Philosophical Association, the Department of Philosophy at the
University of Massachusetts Amherst, and the University of Kansas.
Please bring this to the attention of women junior faculty in Philosophy.
Ann E. Cudd
Associate Dean for Humanities
University Distinguished Professor of Philosophy
University of Kansas
One thought on “Mentoring Workshop of Junior Faculty Women in Philosophy”
Can lecturers (non tenure track) attend? I’d love to go.
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