Welcome to the Philosophy Graduate Student Organization!
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To promote the quality of the philosophy graduate students' work, professionalism, and departmental atmosphere by, among other things, bringing in top philosophers from other departments and sending our best students to conferences and other departments.
Jon Marc Asper
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438 Strickland Hall
Please describe who is eligible for membership and list any criteria used in the selection process. If open to all, please indicate so. (Keep in mind the non-discrimination clause from the organization's constitution.)
Being a graduate student in the philosophy department at the University of Missouri is a sufficient condition for being a member of the Philosophy Graduate Student Organization.
This organization shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, ancestry, religion, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, disability, protected veteran status, and any other status protected by applicable state or federal law.
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The Philosophy Graduate Student Organization fosters the professional development of graduate philosophy students at the University of Missouri-Columbia, enhances intra-departmental communication among philosophy graduate students and between the graduate students and faculty in the philosophy department, helps members secure travel funding, and liaises with campus organizations (such as the Graduate Professional Council).
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This organization has no fewer than six general meetings throughout the academic year. These meetings are determined by the GSO President (and chair of meetings) after she or he is installed after elections conclude.