Graduate Student Resources

A list of resources for graduate students in philosophy at Ohio State broken into the following categories:


Job Market
 

  • Placement Handbook
    • An informal guide to the placement process for OSU philosophy graduate students and recent graduates. A copy can be found in the O: Drive or by contacting Miranda Johnson.
  • Philosopher’s Cocoon Resources
  • PhilJobs
    • Previously Jobs for Philosophers, a collection of philosophy job listings
  • Job Candidate Mentoring for Women in Philosophy
    • Matches job candidates with junior faculty mentors who have recently been on the market provide mentoring and peer support to women candidates during their job search
  • Versatile PhD
    • Helps graduate students and PhDs envision, prepare for, and excel in non-academic careers

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Conferences
 

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Teaching
 

  • Ohio State Philosophy Teaching Materials
    • A dropbox folder of past syllabi collected by graduate students. Please contact Miranda Johnson for access.
  • UCAT
    • Ohio State’s Center for the Advancement of Teaching, runs programs dedicated to teaching, helps with course design and student evaluations
  • Teaching Sections in Philosophy
    • Advice from Tim Scanlon on teaching sections in philosophy.
  • APA Resources on Teaching
    • List of resources for teaching philosophy and diversifying syllabi
  • Teach Philosophy 101
    • TΦ101 presents strategies and resources for faculty members and graduate assistants who teach philosophy courses, especially at the introductory level.

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Diversity
 

  • Minorities and Philosophy
    • MAP is a collection of students in English-speaking philosophy departments that aims to examine and address issues of minority participation in academic philosophy.
  • APA Resources on Diversity and Inclusion
    • Provides strategies and best practices for improving the climate in the field for women, people of color, and other underrepresented groups.
  • Data on Women in Philosophy
    • Provides new data on approximately 100 departments over the past 10 years and faculty at all ranks in Philosophical Gourmet Report (PGR) ranked and unranked programs for 2015. The site also shows the proportion and numbers of women published in Leiter survey ranked top 20 journals.
  • UPDirectory
    • Directory of philosophers from underrepresented groups in philosophy

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Research
 

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Blogs, Humor, and Podcasts
 

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