Senior Earns Chancellor’s Research Award for Linguistic Profiling Study Kathleen Holder June 14, 2016
Risk and Rescue: Tina Rulli
May 31, 2016
Zion Mengesha, a graduating senior in linguistics and philosophy, has been selected to receive this year’s Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Research for her study on language bias in the classroom.
If a hiker were lost in the backcountry and you were able to rescue them, would you feel morally obligated to do so? Would the hiker be similarly obliged to take adequate precautions against getting lost? In recently published research, Assistant Professor of Philosophy Tina Rulli grapples with the ethics of risk and rescue, and their implications for public policy.
OffCognitive Science: Q&A With Bernard Molyneux Kathleen Holder May 04, 2016
Launched this year, the Cognitive Science Program is taking off fast—with about 200 first-year students identifying it as their intended major.