SIPP@Brown is a two week residential program for undergraduate students who are interested in pursuing a graduate degree in philosophy and who are members of groups that traditionally have been underrepresented in the field. The dates for the 2019 program will be July 21 to August 3.*

During the program, participants will attend two daily seminars: The Philosophy of Time, taught by Nina Emery, and Global Justice, taught by David Estlund. They will also participate in regular social and educational activities arranged by the Brown Department of Philosophy, and in the SIPP@Brown Conference. Participants can expect to leave the program with a better understanding of what graduate school in philosophy is like and how to prepare applications for both MA and PhD programs.

SIPP@Brown provides food and lodging for students during the program and reimburses up to $500 of travel costs to and from Providence, RI. Students also receive a $500 stipend.

The co-directors of the 2019 program is Nina Emery, Anna Brinkerhoff, and Arianna Fablo. (Previous co-directors have been: Zach Barnett, Iain Laidley, and Thomas Fisher.)

For more information, please email sipp@brown.edu.

*Can't make the SIPP@Brown dates? Consider participating in another summer program like UCSD's Summer Program for Women in Philosophy or the Philosophy in an Inclusive Key Summer Institute.