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Graduate Opportunities

Stanford graduate students contribute to the interdisciplinary and lively intellectual community at the Center. The Center for Ethics in Society engages graduate students in a variety of ways.
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Writing for a Broader, Non-Academic Audience

The Center for Ethics in Society is partnering with The Conversation to conduct day-long workshops to help graduate students learn to write for a broader audience and get their work published in media outlets. The Conversation is an online, independent source of news and views that features writing from the research community, delivered direct to the public.

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Summer Teaching

The Center for Ethics in Society offers graduate students opportunities to teach summer classes at Hope House, a residential treatment program for women in recovery.

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Dirty Leviathan Retreat

The annual Dirty Leviathan Retreat brings together graduate students and postdocs from across the university who are interested in political theory.

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Ethics Reading Group

Graduate students, postdocs, and faculty meet weekly to informally discuss papers in moral, ethical, and political philosophy.