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Toolbox Workshops at Tri-State EPSCoR meeting in New Mexico

The Toolbox Project conducted two successful workshops as part of the Winter Tri-State Meeting of the Western Consortium for Watershed Analysis, Visualization and Exploration (WC-WAVE) in Albuquerque, New Mexico on 13 January 2015. Two Toolbox representatives, Sanford Eigenbrode (Idaho) and Michael O’Rourke (Michigan State), facilitated separate workshops,

O’Rourke at the APA

Prof. Michal O'Rourke will be speaking at this year's American Philosophical Association's Eastern Division Conference in Philadelphia. He'll be speaking on “Prepositional Attitudes and Socially Relevant Philosophy” during the Socially Relevant Philosophy of/in Science and Engineering (SRPoiSE) session. If you're at the conference, be sure to come

New Post-Doc: Brian Robinson

We are happy to welcome Brian Robinson to the Toolbox Project as our new postdoctoral researcher. He will be joining Michael O'Rourke at Michigan State. He completed his PhD in 2011 at the City University of New York. He's coming to us from grand Valley State University,

Departing Post-Doc: Chad Gonnerman

We are happy to announce that our Chad Gonnerman (who has been a Post-Doctoral Research Fellow at Michigan State working on the Toolbox) will be moving on to greener pastures. He has accepted a position as an Assistant Professor of Philosophy at the University of

Toolbox @ the Workshop on Integration in Biology and Biomedicine

Crowley and O'Rourke represented the Toolbox Project at the Workshop on Integration in Biology and Biomedicine at the University of Sydney. Their presentation was on "Using Philosophy of Science in Interventions to Facilitate Disciplinary Integration".

Toolbox @ University of Sydney

Today, Crowley and O'Rourke presented their work on "Cross-Disciplinary Research and the Epistemology of Disagreement" to the Philosophy Department of the University of Sydney.