Clubs & Organizations
Get connected with other philosophers through our Philosophy Club.
See what your classmates have to say about philosophy in our student-produced e-zine, Zetetikon. This e-zine, inspired by former faculty member Kim MacLaren, features philosophical and other work from students and faculty at NAU.
- Volume 6, Spring 2011
- Volume 5, Spring 2010
- Volume 4, Spring 2009
- Volume 3, Spring 2008
- Volume 2, Spring 2007
Many undergrad students say they’re “pre-law,” but there isn’t actually a pre-law major at most universities.
People from all majors are accepted into law school—and philosophy majors gain the critical thinking, reading, and writing skills necessary to gain admission to law school and succeed in the law profession.
The Flagstaff campus offers a pre-law learning community where you can receive:
- training in legal research
- LSAT preparation
- group trips sponsored by Outdoor Adventures
For more information, contact the university’s pre-law advising office: firstname.lastname@example.org.
PHI 408: Fieldwork Experience is an opportunity for you to introduce philosophy into local high schools through the department’s mentoring program. For more information, please contact Dr. Jeff Downard or Dr. Julie Piering.
Participating upper-level students work to introduce philosophy to Flagstaff-area high school students through philosophy lessons and moderated philosophical discussions.
This one-credit program provides a foundation to deepen your understanding of philosophical content and valuable teaching experience if you’re considering teaching high school or aspiring to attend graduate school.
Applications to participate in the program for academic credit for Spring 2012 must be submitted by Wednesday, November 16th, 2011. Announcements for Spring semester will be sent to majors and minors through e-mail.
For more information or to receive an application, please send an email to email@example.com.