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Past Summer Scholars

Involved with Purine Biosynthesis in Archaea Species," with Dr. Catherine Sarisky, Chemistry Jesse Dice "Social Value Orientations and their Connections/Applications to the Tragedy of the Commons ... Electoral Process and the National Democratic Convention Ashley Rowe (Computer Science, Dr. Chris Lee) Linear Programming and the Transportation Problem: Theory and Applications William Scott

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Current Courses

tables, and truth trees.  We will also look at the philosophy of logic and some of the applications of logic in a variety of areas.  In the process, students will acquire the grounding in rigorous

https://www.roanoke.edu/inside/a-z_index/religion_and_philosophy/courses/current_courses

Summer Session

Courses for Summer 2013 SUMMER TERM I (June 3-28) PHILOSOPHY 215 A: SYMBOLIC LOGIC Professor Zorn Period 2 (10:50-1:00) This course will focus on mastering the techniques of modern logic, including truth tables and the method of proof in the propositional and predicate calculus.  We will also look briefly at the philosophy of logic and some of the applications of logic in philosophy and in fields outside philosophy.  In the process, students will acquire the grounding in rigorous and clear thinking required for serious inquiry in philosophy or any other subject.   INQ 120

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Senior Thesis

Odyssey Dr. Adkins Bridget Rose (Philosophy) The Necessity of Moral Discourse: Plato’s Political Philosophy and Its Applications to Contemporary Democracy Dr. Zorn Zachary Wright (Christian

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Internships

of 2.5 in the program in which the student will be registered for internship credit, or special permission 4. Has submitted all required forms for internship registration to Dr. Rapp (applications

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Guidelines for Student Publications

for editorships; 2. Review written applications and set interviews for applicants; 3. Interview student applicants for editorships of student publications; 4. Make final selection based upon

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