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Philosophy Tutoring

Group Tutoring Available for the following classes: PHIL 2010- Introduction to Philosophy, PHIL 2020- Critical Thinking, PHIL 2030- Introduction to Ethics Tutoring sessions meet in the Newton Conference room 3308A, Wednesdays 2:30-3:30pm, and Thursdays 3:30-4:30pm.

What Can I Do With My Philosophy Major?

Philosophy majors develop important skills desired by employers. Studying philosophy promotes critical thinking, effective communication, and intellectual engagement with key ideas. Employers are looking to hire people who can think and communicate well. “[I]t’s the top humanities bachelors degree in their ranking—from early career all the way to later career. We hear again and again that […]

LSAT Preparation

Join Dr. William Eaton for an informational session designed to help students prepare for the logical reasoning section of the LSAT. When: Tuesday, November 12, 5:00pm, Where: IAB 2026

Journey’s Beyond Death in Tibetan Buddhism

Join Dr. Alyson Prude as she introduces her research and methodology in Tibetan Buddhism. Dr. Prude will show slides of her trips to Tibet and Nepal, and discuss interviews with locals who are said to have died and come back to life. Wednesday, November 13 5:30pm, IT Lecture Hall 1005

Introduction to Buddhism class visits The Vietnamese Buddhist Association of Savannah, Georgia, Inc.

Sunday, October 13, Dr. Prude took her Introduction to Buddhism class to The Vietnamese Buddhist Association of Savannah, Georgia, Inc. for service. This core of Buddhist teaching holds that there are eight “right” ways to live virtuously: right views, right thought, right conduct, right speech, right livelihood, right effort, right mindfulness, and right meditation.