The Philosophy program is here to support its students and help encourage their professional development. Please find resources below to explore.
The program has created multiple committees to help address student (and other community members) concerns, issues of diversity, and make proposals for improvements.
Career Planning and Professional Development
The Philosophy program offers placement services, as well as compiled resources and The Graduate Center's Office of Career Planning and Professional Development:
The Philosophy program at The Graduate Center offers placement services to students completing their Ph.D.s. A drive of files with information and advice about the job market, assembling a dossier, interviewing, campus visits, and sample documents will be made available to all job candidates. Contact the Placement Officer to access the files. The Placement Officer will schedule several meetings during the fall to discuss dossier materials. They will also schedule practice job interviews and job talks for students on the job market.
CUNY Philosophy Professional Development Resources
The Graduate Center's Office of Career Planning and Professional Development
The provision of student disability services is a function of the Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs (the Student Affairs office). The mission of Student Disability Services is to provide and support equal access to all programs, services, and activities of the Graduate Center and the University for Graduate Center students with disabilities.
Student Disability Services in the Student Affairs Office can be contated via phone at (212)-817-7400, email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or visiting them at The Graduate Center, room 7301.
The Graduate Center Offers a variety of financial awards, scholarships, grants, and employment opportunities to help current doctoral students finance their education and research.
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