APA Non-Academic Careers Committee Seeks Feedback




The Non-Academic Careers Committee of the American Philosophical Association (APA) is seeking input and feedback on how it can better serve philosophers in and out of the profession.

To do this, the committee is asking philosophers to complete a brief survey.

According to committee member Lynn Chiu (Vienna), while the committee is especially interested in hearing from philosophers who have left academia or are considering doing so, philosophers in all career stages and types are encouraged to take the survey. She writes: “preliminary results from a prior version of this survey have been useful. We look forward to receiving additional feedback from new survey participants!”

Please take a couple of minutes and support the APA’s efforts on this increasingly important matter. The survey is here.

Originally appeared on Daily Nous Read More



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