Each Spring the graduate students in the Philosophy Department elect two of their number to serve as Graduate Student Representatives for the following academic year.
Graduate Student Representatives 2022-23
The Graduate Student Representatives are expected to:
- attend department meetings where they act as liaisons between graduate students and faculty, communicating the needs of the graduate students to faculty members and participating in departmental decisions, including decisions about the graduate curriculum, on behalf of the graduate students.
- serve on the Appointments Committee where they play a role in the hiring choices of the department.
- solicit volunteers for departmental committees that require graduate student members, including the committee responsible for organizing the annual Princeton-Rutgers Graduate Philosophy Conference.
- assist in the recruitment of prospective graduate students, including initial communication about visits and arranging appointments and lodging.
- welcome incoming graduate students by answering any questions they may have about the program, organizing orientation activities, and pairing them with older students in their areas of interest.
- perform other responsibilities as required.
Graduate Student Committees 2022-23
|PhilSoc (2)||Kieran Britt, Daniel Klugman|
|Social (2)||Calvin Baker, Sam Fullhart|
|Course Allocation (2; Grad Reps)||Colin Bradley, Ian McKeachie|
|Classical Philosophy (2)||Giulia Weißmann, Che Li|
|Early Modern Philosophy (1)||Connor Tannas|
|Minorities and Philosophy (MAP) (1)||Gabriel Broughton|
|COMPASS (2)||Alice van't Hoff, Dane Stocks|
|Graduate Representatives (2)||Colin Bradley, Ian McKeachie|
|Prospectives' Visit Committee (2)||Fanhao Meng, Lauren Miano|
(MLE) Reading Group (1)
|Job Market Gifts (1-2)||Brendan Kolb|
|Prospective Visits Gender Minority (1)||Open|
|BIPOC Breakfasts/Meetings (1)||Open|
|GSG Rep (1)||Pietro Cibinel|
The Committees have no chairs.
Elena Di Rosa
Alejandro Naranjo Sandoval
Rachel Cristy/Yena Lee