this seems timely, sort of:
26 February 2013
The SPEL program's first brownbag article discussion meeting will take place from 11:45 am to 1pm on Thursday, February 28th, in the IASH conference room. The Philosophy Department will provide lunch (thanks, Max.) The article to be discussed is
The Objectivity of Ethics and the Unity of Practical Reason
Katarzyna de Lazari-Radek and Peter Singer
Ethics , Vol. 123, No. 1 (October 2012), pp. 9-31
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08 February 2013
The Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities (IASH).
IASH offers Faculty Fellowships, Graduate Student Fellowships, Undergraduate Student Fellowships, and Visiting Faculty Fellowships. All IASH fellowships are residential. They involve a commitment on the fellow's part to present his or her work in the Fellows' Seminar, which is open to the public. Seminar meetings are weekly, on Wednesdays, noon to 1:30pm in the IASH Conference Room, LN-1106, and fellows are expected to attend it regularly.
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Graduate Student Fellowships
IASH offers two types of of Graduate Students Fellowships to Binghamton University Ph.D. students. Up to two stipended Graduate Student Fellowships a semester fund a competitive merit based Dissertation Fellowship (DF). Students applying for the IASH DF will be ABD, their funding from Binghamton University including the IASH DF will not exceed 10 semesters if entered with BA/BS, or 8 semesters if entered with MA/MS, and expect to be working full time on their dissertations in the semester of the fellowship. Up to two unstipended Graduate Students Fellowships are available to students who are released to full time research by a departmental DF or an external grant.
2013-2014 Graduate Fellowship Application Form (.doc, 240kb)