Philosophy, Politics, Economics, and Law (PPEL) Club

For those who aren't already familiar with us, the Philosophy, Politics, Economics, and Law Club is a student organization focused on exploring and expounding upon the four intersecting disciplines from which we take our name.  Meetings are aimed at PPEL majors, but are open to anyone. Anyone can take part in our discussion sessions, study groups, group readings, and debates, which are structured to accommodate a wide collection of people and philosophies. Supplementary to meetings are lectures from faculty members, graduate students, and members of the legal, political, and economic community at large. There are many benefits of attending meetings, but perhaps none are as important as getting to know your peers, building friendships, and making connections with members of the field.

The UA Undergraduate PPEL Club is welcoming new members, as well as students interested in serving in officer positions for the 2018-2019 academic year. Membership is open to anyone, PPEL major or otherwise! There are no dues.

The Undergraduate PPEL Club is a member in good standing of the Associated Students of the University of Arizona (ASUA).

For more information about meeting times and locations, contact the faculty sponsor, Professor Michael Gill: gillm@email.arizona.edu

 

 

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