- Undergruate Philosophy Department Awards
- CFP (Calls for Papers)
- New Courses
- UofA Master's Programs in Philosophy
- U of A Student Resources
Summer 2019 Courses Offered in Philosophy
The Philosophy deparment offers a variety of course during the summer sessions. All courses are taught completely online so you can take your classes with you wherever you go.
110 - Logic & Critical Thinking (Foundations)
150B1 - Personal Morality (Tier 1 I&S)
160D2 - Mind Matter God (Tier 1 Trad)
202 - Symbolic Logic
205 - Ethics & Economics of Wealth Creation (Tier 2 I&S)
210 - Moral Thinking (Tier 2 Hum)
213 - Contemporary Moral Problems (Tier 2 Hum)
220 - Phil of Happiness (Tier 2 Hum)
241 - Consciousness & Cognition (Tier 2 Hum)
305 - Intro Philosophy of Science (Tier 2 Nat Sci)
321 - Medical Ethics (Tier 2 Hum)
322 - Business Ethics
323 - Environmental Ethics (Tier 2 I&S)
324 - Law & Morality
330 - Feminist Philosophy (Tier 2 Hum)
345 - Phil & Psych (Tier 2 I&S)
347 - Neuroethics (Tier 2 I&S)
348 - Moral Mind (Tier 2 I&S)
410A - History of Moral & Political Phil
AREC/PPEL 210 - Understanding the World of Commerce
Internship - Health Sciences
There are four internship positions available through The University of Arizona Health Sciences Center. These interships will provide students with valuable skills and knowledge of how physicians and hospitals work behind the scenes. Health Sciences Flyer
Job - SBS Dean's Office
The College of Social & Behavioral Sciences is seeking a student worker to assist the SBS Dean's Office with a wide range of tasks beginning Summer 2019 and continuing through the academic year. The student must be able to commit to a consistent schedule. More info
Apply through Handshake! https://app.joinhandshake.com/jobs/2765856.
Ling/AIS 210 - American Indian Languages fulfills your Tier 2 Individuals & Societies and Diversity Emphasis Ged Ed requirements. Jonthan Geary is teaching American Indian Languages this summer (7/8-8/7). Flyer
Job - Legal Assistant
John Aboud is a Tucson family law attorney that is looking for a legal assistant. Experienced family law attorney looking for experienced full-time legal assistant. Office hours are 8:30-5:30, Monday through Thursday, and Friday if in trial. Office is in Pima and Swan area. Fax resume to (520) 623-5727
Job - AVID Tutors
There are many schools within TUSD who are currently looking to hire tutors and the position pays $15 per hour. Those who are interested can view the job description and apply online here: https://jobs.tusd1.org/avid-tutor-2019-2020-school-year/job/10949465
Job - Arizona State Museum
Arizona State Museum is mounting its fourth annual “Year at the Museum” competition, inviting students to apply for a work-study position in the coming 2019–2020 academic year. Further details for the positions and how to apply are provided on ASM’s website at: https://statemuseum.arizona.edu/program/student-work-study-opportunities.
Internship - SBS Marketing and Communications
Are you interested in digital marketing, content strategy, copywriting, or website usability? The Marketing & Communications team in the College of Social & Behavioral Sciences is looking for a student assistant to help with producing website content for numerous websites as part of a large website redesign project this summer. https://sbs.arizona.edu/sbs-marketing-communications-assistant-paid-inte...
Job - Careers with Amazon
Interested in a career with Amazon? Curious about how you can get started now? Attend any of these events with Amazon recruiters next week and bring your questions! Make sure to RSVP through Handshake.
Monday, April 29th from 3:30-5PM in Harvill 415: Pizza with a Professional
Tuesday, April 30th from 10-11AM in Douglass 102: Information Session for SBS Students
Tuesday, April 30th from 5-6PM in Student Union 411: Opportunities with Amazon & Whole Foods
Want tips on how to prepare? Check out the Networking: Your Network & Your Self-Introduction module.
Job - Writing Center
The THINK TANK Writing Center is hiring! You can find more information about the position and apply here. If you have additional questions, please feel free to reach out to Kaylin Squyres at email@example.com.
PR Internship with Postdoctoral Affairs
Internship - University of Arizona Health Sciences
Expand your knowledge of the medical field with a 2-unit internship with the University of Arizona Health Sciences. Apply by 4/19/19 to start in fall 2019. Flyer
Study in Prescott over the Summer
This adventurous new Summer Program is available for all UA students. Grab your UA friends and head to Prescott College for summer school while beating the heat, making memories, and earning credits! Learn more about studying in the Prescott Pines.
Job/Internship - Employer Trek to State Farm in Tempe
Visit the State Farm location in Tempe, AZ on April 12 to learn how they use technology and data. They have full time opportunities for those about to graduate or internships for sophomores. Flyer
Event - Laser Fun Day
The University of Arizona College of Optical Sciences will hold its ninth annual Laser Fun Day as SOCk, the official undergraduate and graduate student optics organization, brings the science of optics alive for all ages. FLYER
Study Abroad Event
Come celebrate the launch of the new Arizona Abroad Locations on the mall on Wednesday, April 10, 11am-3pm.
Job - North Wind Resource Consulting
North Wind Resource Consulting is looking to fill several part-time and full-time positions that are available both here in Arizona and across the country. For more information check out the full job posting or their website.
Take Charge Cats - Job Opportunity
Take Charge Cats is a program that trains Undergraduate students to teach personal finance workshops to middle school, high school and college students. This position is an amazing way for students to gain leadership and public speaking skills and is open to all majors. See the Ad and Job Description flyers, contact Krystle Calles, or visit their website for more information.
WaterWRLD Internship Program
UA's School of Natural Resources and the Environment and local non-profit Watershed Management Group have partnered to offer students the opportunity to work on water-related issues to gain work force relevant experiences. Check out the program here. This internship opportunity is open to all UA majors and is seeking interns with a variety of interests & career tracks. For more information contact Katie Hughes, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Applications Due: 4/19/19
Skype Info Session - Embry-Riddle Aueronautical University, Prescott AZ
Learn about the MS in Security na dIntelligences Studies and the MS in Cyber Intelligence Security and meet the department chairs, Dr. Thomas Field and Dr. Krishna Sampigethaya. College Website. Contact Kerstin Alicki at 928-777-6632 or email@example.com with questions and to RSVP.
When: Tuesday April 2nd from 4:30 - 5:00pm
Join the Mindful Ambbassadors for an hour of relaxation and awareness.
March 20th and April 17th, 6-7pm, in the Main Library room A214.
Job - AP Proctor for TUSD
Under the supervision of the Testing Office managerial team the student employees will proctor the CollegeBoard Advanced Placement (AP) Examinations to high school students between May 6th and May 1th, 2019.
SGPP MAs - Information Session
Thinking of getting an MA in Public Administration or Public Policy? The School of Government and Public Policy are hosting an information lunch on Thursday, March 28th at 11am. Please RSVP here.
Schwarzman Scholars - Information Event -
April 18, 2019,12:00 -1:30pm in McClelland Hall room 113
Schwarzman Scholars is a highly selective, one-year master’s program at Tsinghua University in Beijing that is designed to prepare the next generation of global leaders for the challenges of the future.
Flyer and Registration
Fulbright Week 2019 - April 1st-5th
Students interested in Fulbright awards are encouraged to attend the information session whether you are just getting started or your application is already in progress. In addition, Shelley Hawthorne-Smith of UA’s Graduate College will also be offering one-on-one sessions for the Fulbright-Hays Doctoral Dissertation Research Abroad Program. Please see the Fulbright Week calendar for further information and to RSVP.
1 Year Arizona Teaching Certificate
Interested in becoming a teacher? Teach Arizona is a one-year master's degree program for people who have earned a bachelor's degree and wish to become middle or high school teachers.
Teach Arizona flyer and guidelines
Event - Learn S'More About Working with Animals
Interested in working with animals, but not sure how to get there? Join the Colleges of Letters, Arts, and Science for an exciting career panel about what it’s like to work with animals in a variety of contexts. We’ll be hosting professionals from the Desert Museum and the Reid Park Zoo to talk about their experiences and answers to questions about the pitfalls, thrills, and skills needed to work with animals!
To RSVP go to https://student.clasadvising.arizona.edu/
New Course - BE 334 - Aquaponics Design
Learn how to rais fish and grow plants together. Topics include: innovative designs, caring for fish and plants, working with PVC, selecting plants and pumps, and troubleshooting and upkeep. Flyer
Offered online Summer 2019
Business Administration minor abroad application extended until March 13th. Flyer
Eligibility Requirements: Valid passport and ECON 200 must be completed
Application Link: https://global.arizona.edu/study-abroad/program/eller-business-minor-abroad
Program page: https://ugrad.eller.arizona.edu/global/globalminor
CFP - University of Chicago Philosophy Review
The University of Chicago Undergraduate Philosophy Review (ucpr.blog) is accepting submissions from undergraduate students for their blog and their Spring 2019 print issue on the topic of Health and Sickness.
Internship - International Rescue Committee Summer Internship
Pizza with a Professional - Thursday, February 28 at 5:00pm in Harvill 102
Learn how to use LinkedIn to your best advantage and maximize your resume with an iSchool alum! RSVP here: https://bit.ly/2DGw71M
Samantha Gardner is an experienced educator who has spent the last five years researching, teaching, and speaking on career development, branding, and LinkedIn. Every day professionals and Silicon Valley startups have utilized her diverse skills and insights into the job market, LinkedIn marketing, and professional branding.
Cyber & Wings
Are you looking for exciting new opportunities in IT/Cyber? Come out and meet Team SOSi! Enjoy wings while you learn how to make your career soar supporting US Army contracts at Ft. Huachuca. Hiring managers & a Recruiter will be available for onsite interviews.
Current Opportunities: IT Security Analyst, CND NEAT Data Security Analyst, Network Administrator, Software Engineer, VoIP/VTC Facilitator, and Service Management (ITIL) Team Lead.
Cyber & Wings is this Friday, March 1st from 4-7PM at Native Grill & Wings (3100 E. Speedway Blvd).
RSVP through Handshake: https://app.joinhandshake.com/events/274211
SALT Center is Hiring Tutors
The SALT Center is currently hiring undergraduate and graduate student tutors for the fall 2019 semester. The SALT Center is a leading comprehensive academic support program for university students with learning and attention challenges. This is a paid position that starts at $11.25 an hour with opportunities for promotions, raises, and leadership roles.
Health Professions Week: Feb 17-23
The 2019 Health Professions Expo will be hosted Tuesday, 2/19 in the SU Grand Ballroom. Check out the flyer to see all of the health professions week events.
SBS Student Abassadors
The application for the 2019-2020 the College of Social and Behavior Sciences ambassadors is open. For more information visit sbs.arizona.edu/student-ambassadors or see the flyer.
Applications due: 3/1/2019
News: Humanities Majors Gainfully employed and Happy
The American Academy of Arts & Sciences released a study last year indicating that humanities majors are gainfully employed in positions of authority and feel as satisfied with their careers as their STEM counterparts. Read the full article in Inside Higher Ed or the study from the American Academy of Arts & Sciences.
The Arizona Department of Education is hosting a 2019 Southern Arizona Education Job Fair on March 2nd and a 2019 Arizona Statewide Education Job Fair on March 9th. To register for the job fairs visit and fill out the registration form.
Flyers and more information: Job Fairs Flyer, Alternative Teaching Certificate Information, Subject Matter Expert Requirements
Internships with Congresswoman Ann Kirkpatrick
Ron Barber is the new Chief of Staff for Congresswoman Ann Kirkpatrick. He has specifically reached out to our college looking for as many as 16 interns from SBS majors to work in their new Tucson office in the department of their choice (Casework, Outreach, Communications, or Operations). A detailed internship posting can be found here: https://sbs.arizona.edu/congresswoman-ann-kirkpatrick-district-office-internship
Application deadline: 2/15/19
University of Arizona Enrollment Management is seeking a detail-oriented and enthusiastic undergraduate student to support the Enrollment Management Systems and Communication (EMSC) team. Interested students can submit questions or apply with their resume and cover letter by emailing Kayla Lugo at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Campus Resource Fair
It's never too soon – or too late – to take full advantage of the FREE support services and resources the UA offers to students! Having a landlord problem? Need to know about free food from the Campus Pantry? Have a paper due soon and not sure how to start? Want to get connected? Have a question about your student account? Drop by the Campus Resource Fair, chat with campus representatives, grab a snack and get the information, connections, and answers you need to succeed!
When: Tuesday 1/29/19 1-4pm
OSFA "Your Aid Story" Video Competition
The Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid (OSFA) is looking for Wildcat(s) (undergraduates and graduate/professional students) to share their financial aid/paying for college story in a video format. The videos will help other current and future Arizona students to understand how they can draw on a number of sources to help with college affordability.
For each category (undergraduate and grad/professional), first place will receive a $1,000 scholarship and “runner up” videos (at least two will be selected) will receive a $500 scholarship.
Entry deadline: 2/1/19
Teach for America
To learn more, visit www.teachforamerica.org.
Application deadline: 2/1/19
Office of Nationally Competitive Scholarship News
Summer Immersion Program in Philosophy (SIPP)
SIPP@Brown is a two-week residential program for undergraduate students who are interested in pursuing a graduate degree in philosophy and who are members of groups that traditionally have been underrepresented in the field. This year, it will be held July 21 - August 3.
Applications due: 3/1/19
CFP - Journal of Politics & International Affairs (JPIA)
Ohio State University's student run JPIA is seeking qualified student submissions for the Spring 2019 issue.
Submission deadline: 3/1/19
Feminist Summer Reading School at Cornell University
The third annual Feminist Summer Reading School will be hosted at Cornell University this year and the theme is "Philosophy and Bodies".
Applications due: 2/22/19
CFP - Saint Louis University Undergrad Conference
The Saint Louis University Philosophy Department, in conjunction with the undergraduate Philosophy Club, is issuing a call for papers to be presented at its seventh annual Undergraduate Philosophy Conference!
MA Program - Kent State University
Priority consideration deadline: 2/1/19
CFP - Arizona New Directions
The graduate students of the University of Arizona’s Department of English invite proposals for the annual New Directions in Critical Theory Graduate Conference. Held every spring, New Directions is an interdisciplinary conference organized for and by graduate students as a way of drawing together scholars, artists, and activists across diverse disciplines.This year’s conference, entitled “Timely Transformations: Looking Backward, Moving Forward,” invites papers and performances that explore change in all its forms, with a special focus on conceptualizing change as a form of progress or as a response to an urgent need.
Fast Track iOS App Development
Want to learn how to creat a custom iOS app and already have some coding skills? Check out the Fast Track 12 week program. The course begins on January 23rd.
The largest hackathon in the southwest is back giving everyone, regardless of major or experience level, an opportunity to gain hands-on experience with technology alongside students, companies, and mentors at the University of Arizona.
Dates: January 18-20, 2019
The Arizona Department of Education is hosting a 2019 Southern Arizona Education Job Fair on March 2, 2019 and a 2019 Arizona Statewide Education Job Fair on March 9, 2019. To register for the job fiars visit and fill out the registration form.
Flyers and more information: Job Fairs Flyer, Alternative Teaching Certificate Information, Subject Matter Expert Requirements
Office of Student Engagement & Career Development - Job Shadow Program
Applications open: 1/22/19
Volunteer Oportunity - Stressbusters
Make some new friends, learn effective backrub and other stress reduction techniques, acquire hands-on experience working with a popular health initiative, gain marketable customer service and communication skills, and make a positive impact on people's days by joining the Stressbusters team.
Applications due: 2/1/2019
Call for Papers - Almagest
The University of Toronto's History and Philosophy of Science and Technology undergraduate journal is accepting submissions.
Call for Papers - Dianoia
Dianoia, Boston College’s peer-reviewed Undergraduate Journal of Philosophy, is currently accepting submissions for its Spring issue.
Call for Papers - Noesis
Noēsis, the undergraduate journal of philosophy at the University of Toronto, is now accepting submissions for the first edition of the 20th Volume for publication in Spring 2019.
LASC 195A - Exploring Careers in the Health Professions
This 1 unit hybrid course enables students to learn about a variety of health professions. They get to listen to many student and professional panels, which allow them to be more informed when picking a career to pursue. The class meets on Tuesday from 5:00 – 5:50pm.
Spring 2019 Internship
Apply for a internship with the office of Student Engagement and Career Development for the spring 2019 semester.
Due: December 16th
Call for Papers - Stance
Deadline approaching for submissions to the international undergraduate journal, Stance.
Call for Papers - The Hemlock Papers
The University of Idaho's student run Philosophy Journal, The Hemlock, is accepting paper submissions.
M.A. in Philosophy
Western Michigan University
Apply before February 15th to get priotiy consideration for funding
TLS 385 - Global Citizenship: Reading the World and the Word
ENGR 495/595 - Science, Health and Engineering Diplomacy (Spring 2019)
This three (3) unit course will introduce general themes focused on Science, Health and Engineering and their impact on Policy and Diplomacy. Applications will emphasize Latin America.
Winter Term 2018
Winter classes run from December 17, 2018 to January 8, 2019 and all courses are taught fully online.
PHIL 110 - Logic & Critical Thinking
PHIL/PA/ECON 205 - Ethics & Economics of Wealth Creation
PHIL/PSY 241 - Consciousness & Cognition
PHIL/PA 321 - Medical Ethics
PHIL/PA/POL 324 - Law & Morality
PHIL/FSHD/PSY 347 - Neuroethics
Call for Papers - Stance
Stance an international undergraduate philosophy journal is seeking paper submissions.
Due: December 14th
Call for Papers - LOGOS
Cornell University’s Undergraduate Philosophy Journal & Club is soliciting paper submissions from undergraduates for its Spring 2019 journal publication.
Due: January 1st
Call for Papers - A Priori
A Priori, Brown University’s undergraduate journal of philosophy, is now accepting submissions for publication in its Spring 2019 issue.
Due: January 5th