2022 Master's CohortThe following students entered the master's in philosophy program in fall 2022:
I graduated summa cum laude from Whitworth University with a BS in Biochemistry. My current philosophical interests are in moral and political philosophy with a particular interest in bioethics. In my free time, I enjoy cooking, hiking, drinking coffee, and spending time with friends."
Jake Burley holds a BA in Philosophy from the University of Massachusetts Boston. Their primary interests are in philosophy of language, social ontology, and epistemology, in particular, where epistemology intersects with ethics. Jake's current research includes topics such as the ethics of certainty, epistemic humility, and agency within digital spaces. Beyond philosophy, Jake enjoys playing and writing music, devouring audiobooks, spending time with friends, traveling, and exploring historic Salem (where they currently reside).
I graduated summa cum laude from Sungkyunkwan University with a bachelor's degree in Business Administration and Cognitive Science. I am interested in philosophy of mind, epistemology, and political philosophy. Outside of philosophy, I love jogging, having a picnic, and cooking.
I graduated from Brandeis University with a BA in philosophy. My research interests are metaphysics and philosophy of religion, specifically the idea of possible worlds and the ontological argument. In my free time, I like to play video games and I like to write about them in The Brandeis Hoot, Brandeis' community newspaper.
Cole is a University of Pittsburgh graduate with a degree in Philosophy and Psychology. Within philosophy, he is primarily interested in metaphysics and philosophy of mind, especially consciousness, free will, and causation. Outside of philosophy, he has spent considerable time working on a small vegetable farm, and in his spare time enjoys camping, writing music, and reading (and occasionally also writing) fiction.