Mentoring

I have been providing feedback and sharing experiences with people interested in applying for graduate programs in philosophy. Besides serving as a mentor at the Rutgers Mentorship Program for Undergraduate Philosophers, I have also put together some resources online.

Here is a website on Philosophy Ph.D. application that my friends back at Texas Tech and I put together when we just finished Ph.D. application and received some good news. On the website, we share our experiences of preparation (including a rough timeline of the application process), resources we found helpful, and provide some tips for potential applicants.

For people who read traditional Chinese, here is another helpful website on pursuing academic philosophy put together by a group of Taiwanese philosophers doing philosophy abroad. I have a post (co-authored with my friend, Katherine Chieh-Ling Cheng) on experiences of going to a Master’s program in philosophy in the US.

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