ActivitiesThe Northeastern University Philosophy Club is an active group
of undergraduates who meet weekly to share dinner and discussion. Northeastern faculty, students and guests from other universities provide lively discussions of topics ranging from the morality of abortion, arguments for plural marriage, the environmental implications of nano-technology and arguments for (and against) the existence of God.
For more information, please contact the President, Taylor Wilson: firstname.lastname@example.org
OpportunitiesTheir are a number of unique opportunities available to undergraduate majors:
- Undergraduate research: Many department faculty invite undergraduates to collaborate with them on the faculty member's research. Our course, Research Internship, provides one way of becoming involved with in-progress faculty research. Paid positions are often available through work-study and grant funding.
- Teaching: Teaching Internships are reserved for juniors and seniors who have demonstrated strong skills in philosophy or religion. Students involved in such internships are invited to enroll in the Teaching Internship led activities such as study groups, do advising and tutoring, hold conference hours, and under the guidance of the professor, present a lecture to the class.