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Schedule


PROGRAM DATES

For Students: June 26–July 9, 2022
For Tutors & Instructors: June 26–July 12, 2022

Normal DAILY SCHEDULE
MONDAY, JUNE 27– FRIDAY, JULY 8

(see exceptions for special activities below)
Time Activity
8am Breakfast
9-10:30am
KJ 102
Philosophy and Comedy, Prof. Pryor
11am-12:30pm
Benedict 201
Disagreement in the Digital Age, Prof. Barnes
12:30pm Lunch
2-3:30pm
Benedict 201
Philosophers Reimagine the World, Prof. Weston
6 pm Dinner

Special Activities

Date Activities

Sunday
June 26

Arrivals

1-5pm: Check-in* at Ferguson House Lounge 

* If arriving after 5pm, check in at Phillip Spencer House during dinner. 


7:00 p.m.: Welcome dinner, Phillip Spencer House

Tuesday    June 28 3:45p.m. in KJ 236

Impiester Syndrome Workshop with Prof. Keelah Williams (Hamilton, Psychology)

Do you ever think that you don’t belong in philosophy?  Do you worry that everyone else in your classes seems smarter and better prepared than you?  Do you feel like a fraud?  Such feelings are symptoms of what is called imposter syndrome, which disproportionately affects high-achieving people who find it difficult to accept their accomplishments. Come hear about imposter syndrome and how to manage your self-undermining thoughts from an expert in social psychology, and eat pie from a local farmstand!

Friday
July 1
9 a.m.

Workshop with Second City
class visit in Philosophy and Comedy 

Friday
July 1
2 p.m.
Philosophy and Comedy Bonus Class
in place of the standard 2pm class with Prof. Weston
Friday
July 1
7:30 p.m.
Wellin Hall
Second City Public Performance

Saturday
July 2

3:00pm Outside Ferguson

Tutor Panel: "Philosophy Graduate School: What I Wish I Knew Before I Applied"
Chris Bousquet, Syracuse
Mercedes Maria Corredor, U Michigan
Austin Heath, Johns Hopkins
Sara Purinton, U Penn
Sunday
July 3
Early Departure

Adirondack Day Trip

Monday
July 4

Independence Day
Regular class day

6p.m. BBQ at Chez Marcus
11 Chestnut Street
Followed by:
Independence Day Fireworks
Clinton School Yard, Chenango Avenue

Wednesday
July 5

(Postponed from its original Tuesday schedule)

Field Trip:
Common Place Land Trust/Village

In connection with Philosophers Reimagine the World
No regular classes today

Thursday
July 7

Professor Regina Rini
(virtual) in-class visit
Disagreement in the Digital Age

Thursday
July 7
4:10 p.m. KJ's Red Pit
Professor Regina Rini
(virtual) public talk
Friday
July 8 

Closing Banquet

Saturday
July 9

Student Departure
Shuttles to be arranged

Monday
July 11

Pedagogy Conference
Faculty and Tutors

Tuesday
July 12
Faculty & Tutor Departure

 

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