Maley & Robins from Kansas to Purdue

Corey J. Maley and Sarah Robins, both currently associate professors of philosophy at the University of Kansas, have accepted job offers as associate professors of philosophy at Purdue University.

Professor Maley works in philosophy of science, particularly philosophy of computation, cognitive science, and neuroscience, and the philosophy of emotions. You can learn more about his research here and here.

Professor Robins works in philosophy of mind, psychology, and neuroscience, with a focus on questions about memory. You can learn more about her research here and here.

(Via JP Messina, who notes that “over the past two years, the Philosophy Department at Purdue has hired 11 new tenured and tenure-track faculty, bringing their total numbers from 15 to 26. The new hires include faculty working in ancient philosophy, philosophy of science, metaphysics, political philosophy, ethics, philosophy of artificial intelligence, and philosophy of cognitive science.”)

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