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  1. Hey! I'm a masters student at UWM. With respect to political philosophy, UWM is actually pretty strong. UWM has two professors working in political philosophy: Blain Neufeld and Stan Husi. This translates to what courses we can take as graduate students. Last semester, for example, there was a graduate class being offered on political freedom (with Husi), and this semester there's a class being offered on public reason (with Neufeld). Your choice is a tough one! I've no idea what's going on political philosophy-wise at Tufts. Your interests might also change over the course of your time there. Still, I hope this helps !
  2. Are Austin grad students unionized? If not, have y'all considered forming a union and bargaining collectively for better pay? https://www.epi.org/publication/graduate-student-employee-unions/ Some choice quotes: "As the Board noted in its Columbia decision, more than 64,000 graduate student employees are already unionized at 28 institutions of higher education in the public sector, including universities in California, Florida, Illinois, Iowa, Massachusetts, Michigan, Oregon, Pennsylvania, and Washington." "Union-represented graduate student workers also reported receiving higher pay than non-union-represented graduate student workers."
  3. Does anyone know how Milwaukee's placement has been this year? Apparently, they lost two of their profs (Hinchman and Westlund) to FSU last year, who were then promptly replaced by van Elswyk and Goodman. Is Milwaukee still as competitive as it's been in years past?
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