New Philosophy Teaching Prize from the APA, AAPT, and TPA

The American Philosophical Association (APA), the American Association of Philosophy Teachers (AAPT), and the Teaching Philosophy Association (TPA) have announced the creation of the Prize for Excellence in Philosophy Teaching.

The prize, which includes a plaque and $1,000, will be awarded annually to “a philosophy teacher who has had an outstanding impact on the student learning of philosophy in undergraduate and/or pre-college settings,” according to the APA.

Nominations for the prize will open later this year. A group consisting of members of the APA’s Committee on the Teaching of Philosophy, the AAPT, the TPA, and the APA’s Committee on Lectures, Publications, and Research will serve as judges.

For more information, see here.

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