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Kathryn Pogin, Applying Epistemology to Real-Life Ethical Dilemmas

Kathryn Pogin, a second-year PhD student in the Philosophy department, made quite a splash in the field before arriving on Northwestern’s campus. In July of 2014, she published a piece about the Supreme Court case Burwell vs. Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc. on the New York Times’ philosophy blog, The Stone: “Discrimination is Un-Christian, Too.”

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Matt June Historian and Teacher

Matt June, Narrative-Challenging Historian and Teacher

When Matt June, a sixth-year PhD student in the History department, decided to leave Southern California to start his PhD at Northwestern, a lot of people questioned his decision, primarily for weather-based reasons.

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Our Values

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“Certain core values are so essential to TGS that they inform every element of individual and institutional practice across all departments and activities.”

~ Dwight A. McBride, Dean of The Graduate School