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Light Op-Eds on Paris Climate Agreement

Light Op-Eds on Paris Climate Agreement

Andrew Light, University Professor and director, Institute for Philosophy and Public Policy, co-authors (with Gwynne Taraska) an op-ed piece on ThinkProgress about America's participation in the Paris climate agreement.

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Looking for a Fall Course? Here Are Some Good Ones!

Looking for a Fall Course? Here Are Some Good Ones!

Educational inequality. Social innovation. Public relations. Human rights. These courses, offered in fall 2016, will expand your view on real issues that affect the world around us. No matter what your major, your awareness of any of these big issues will bring new perspective to your education. Learn more!

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Coming this fall!  The Global Health Fellows

Coming this fall! The Global Health Fellows

The Global Affairs program and the Department of Philosophy are teaming up to offer a unique opportunity for their undergraduate students. The inaugural cohort of the Global Health Fellows will spend its fall semester at the Arlington campus focusing on the realities of today’s global health challenges and the resources offered from a humanities and social sciences perspective.

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Jesse Kirkpatrick Featured in Slate Magazine

Jesse Kirkpatrick Featured in Slate Magazine

On the Slate website, Jesse Kirkpatrick, assistant director of Mason's Institute for Philosophy and Public Policy, considers the complex ethical issues surrounding self-driving cars and their crash optimization algorithms.

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