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Information on opportunities for students to present and publish their research, as well as about fellowships, seminars and training programs can be found below. Most of these opportunities are outside of Northeastern and have application deadlines. Information on extracurricular programs and experiential opportunities within the Department of Philosophy and Religion can be found here.  

Publishing Opportunities

The library at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln has a great guide to undergraduate philosophy journals here:

Check this resource out for ongoing research on publishing your undergraduate work.


Dialogue accepts articles by undergraduate or graduate students of philosophy, but not from those with terminal degrees (a terminal M.A. or a doctorate). Topics may be in any area of contemporary interest in philosophy or its history. Membership in Phi Sigma Tau is not a condition for publication. Authors are encouraged to use gender-inclusive language. For matters of style, please consult the latest version of The Chicago Manual of Style.

Prospective authors should email a copy of their paper to the editor. Any word processing format is acceptable though RTF (rich text format) or WORD files are preferred. The texts for papers should be double-spaced throughout (including quotations and notes), and with notes gathered at the end. Special symbols and characters in non-Roman alphabets should be avoided. Greek terms should be transliterated. Authors should also send a SUBMISSION SHEET containing:

Author’s name, mailing address, and phone number
(with email address if available).
TITLE of the paper submitted.
A brief ABSTRACT of fifteen lines or less.

Hard copies are acceptable, but they must be accompanied by a disk copy of the paper. If a disk copy of the paper is sent, the disk label should contain: (1) Author Name; (2) Disk format (e.g., DOS, MAC, UNIX); and (3) Formatting software and version. The author’s name should not appear on the manuscript copies, which cannot be returned. Authors should enclose a self-addressed postcard if they want immediate acknowledgment of receipt of their manuscripts.

Offprints are not available, but authors of articles will receive ten copies of the complete issue containing their article (reviewers, five copies). Abstracts of articles will be supplied for indexing to The Philosopher’s Index.

Learn more about the journal here.

The Hemlock from the University of Idaho is in search of original philosophical papers authored by current undergraduates. Selected papers will appear in the journal’s nineteenth volume.


Submission Guidelines: The Hemlock is open to papers from all branches of philosophy. We aim to publish essays that can be read and understood by a general audience, so please keep technicality to a minimum. Papers will be peer-reviewed. Papers should be between 1000 and 5000 words in length. The Hemlock would appreciate that only one paper be submitted per applicant.  

Submission Requirements:

 Manuscripts should be double-spaced and typed in 12-point font. 

  The right margin should not be justified. 

  We strongly prefer footnotes to endnotes. Any uniform citation style is acceptable. 

  Papers will be peer-reviewed anonymously, so we request that you submit manuscripts with a cover page including name, affiliation, email, and title. Please remove any identifiers from the main text of the paper that would suggest its author.  

  Please submit your paper with a short abstract. 

DEADLINE: January 15, 2024

Papers should be sent as an attachment to in a Microsoft Word (.doc/.docx) or Adobe PDF format. 

Puros publishes original undergraduate research in philosophy on any philosophical topic, including epistemology, metaphysics, ethics (including metaethics, applied ethics, and normative ethics), aesthetics, political philosophy, the history of philosophy, the philosophy of religion, and more.

The merits of a paper are assessed on the basis of argumentation, clarity, organization of writing, and novelty.

Papers submitted:

  • no less than 500 words and no more than 3,500 words.
  • Exceptions to this restriction on word count are senior theses (10,000 – 15,000 words).

Submissions are due by February 15th, 2024.

For more information on submission guidelines and instructions, use the link attached here.


Conferences, Fellowships, Internships, and Summer Programs

Summer 2023 Employment Opportunities:

Philosophy Teaching Assistants

The Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth (CTY) is seeking teaching assistants for our summer programs. CTY offers challenging academic programs for highly talented elementary, middle, and high school students from across the country and around the world. Positions are available at residential and day sites at colleges, universities, and schools on the East and West coasts.

We are currently seeking individuals with expertise in a number of philosophy-related subjects, including:

  1. Big Questions
  2. Logic
  3. Philosophy

A full list of courses can be found at On-Campus Summer Programs Courses | Johns Hopkins Center for Talented Youth (CTY) (

Why teach for CTY?

  1. share your passion for philosophy with highly motivated and talented students
  2. be a part of an intellectual community
  3. develop your teaching skills in a supportive, collegial environment
  4. work alongside dedicated educators from around the world
  5. limited class size, plus an instructor and assistant for each class, ensures a low student-teacher ratio
  6. competitive salary plus room and board at our residential sites


2023 Program Core Dates

  1. Session 1: June 22-July 15
  2. Session 2: July 15- August 5

*Santa Cruz runs one week later than the dates above

Desired Qualifications

  • Teaching assistant candidates are generally graduate or undergraduate students with experience tutoring or as a TA.

Other positions such as Resident Assistant, Health Assistant, Instructor, and Residential Program Assistant are available. 

Apply: Fill out an online application at JHU Jobs

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