Shaun Gallagher has been selected to receive the 2008-2009 Distinguished Researcher Award for the College of Arts and Humanities. Shaun Gallagher’s research is conducted in the area of philosophical phenomenology, the philosophy of mind and the cognitive sciences. His work is highly interdisciplinary and draws not only from philosophy, but developmental and experimental psychology, neuroscience, social theory, and robotics.
Appears on Philosophy
- Cathy Baust, Administrative Assistant retires after 26 years of service
- Dr. Ann Gleig, Religion and Cultural Studies professor presents research in Australia
- Philosophy professor collaborates on journal focused on “collective behavior”
- Philosophy student presents research at nation’s only undergrad ethics conference