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Student Accomplishments

Below you will find the achievements and accomplishments of our current and former students. We hope that this will give you insight into what an education in Philosophy can bring you.

Jason Fishel

Jason Fishel

Jason Fishel graduated in May of 2004 with degrees in Philosophy and English. In August of 2005, he became Assistant Director of the Jackson Family Center for Ethics and Values. In 2006 he was accepted into the philosophy M.A. program in Environmental Ethics at Washington State University. He was awarded full tuition waivers and a teaching assistantship.

 

Scott Galimore

Scott Galimore

Scott Gallimore graduated in May 2004 with a B.A. degree in philosophy. Right after graduation he became the Assistant Director of the Jackson Center for Ethics. Since 2005 he is the Director of the "City of Character" in Conway, SC.

 

Jess Hart

Jess Hart

Jess Hart graduated with a degree in philosophy in 2005. He was accepted at the University of Akron School of Law with a full scholarship and tuition waiver. In his first year of law school he made the dean's list with a 3.319 GPA. This GPA put him among the top 10% of his law school class.

 

Amanda Stepp

Amanda Stepp

Amanda Stepp graduated in May of 2006 with degrees in Philosophy and History with a minor in Women's Studies. She was accepted into the cultural anthropology program at Washington State University with full tuition waivers and a teaching assistantship.