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1 UNIVERSITÉ SAINT-PAUL SAINT PAUL UNIVERSITY

2 FACULTÉ DE PHILOSOPHIE FACULTY OF PHILOSOPHY

3 Direction de la Faculté Doyen : Richard Feist, Ph.D. Vice-doyen : Louis Perron, Ph.D. Secrétaire : Aubin Deckeyser, Ph.D. Personnel administratif : Adjointe au doyen : Francine Harrity Adjointe scolaire : Isabelle H. Casavant Personnel enseignant : Clinton Archibald, Ph.D. Chantal Beauvais, Ph.D. Rocky Dwyer, Ph.D. (Auxiliaire) Alan Gilmore, Ph.D. (Auxiliaire) Raymond Jahae, Ph.D. Rajesh Shukla, Ph.D. Glenn Sinclair, Ph.D. (Auxiliaire) Gregory Walter, Ph.D.

4 Dr. RICHARD FEIST Dean Research Areas & Areas of Expertise Metaphysics, Philosophy of Science, History of Ethics, Military Ethics Courses Taught Courses on all areas above 301 Laframboise Hall 613-236-1393, ext. 2459 rfeist@ustpaul.ca

5 LOUIS PERRON, Ph.D. Vice-doyen Coordonnateur des études supérieures Activités de recherche Philosophie continentale contemporaine, La question de Dieu aujourd’hui, Jean Ladrière, Foi et raison, Christianisme et Philosophie, Éthique Cours enseignés L'éthique selon Kant Principales théories en éthique 302 Pavillon Laframboise 613-236-1393, poste 2453 lperron@ustpaul.ca

6 AUBIN DECKEYSER, Ph.D. Secrétaire Activités de recherche Éthique, Philosophie sociale et politique, Minorités, Philosophie africaine, Michel Foucault Cours enseignés Principales théories en éthique Éthique et gestion publique Histoire de l’éthique 304 Pavillon Laframboise 613-236-1393, poste 2451 adeckeyser@ustpaul.ca

7 FRANCINE HARRITY, M.A. Assistant to the Dean Courses Taught Ethics & Decision (Lay Ministry Formation) Christian Faith, Femmes dans la Bible Academic Interests Ethics, Philosophy and Theology Outside Interests Horses & horse-related activities »303 Laframboise Hall »613-236-1393, ext. 2457 »fharrity@ustpaul.ca

8 ISABELLE CASAVANT Academic Assistant Research Area - Parent...ology Courses Taught - French as a Second Language -Mathematics, Science, French, Geography, Religious Education... ------------- in Elementary School------------ Interests - Riding her bike... with her kids - Picking up apples and berries... with her kids - Go to the playground... with her kids - Going camping... with her kids... and with her husband too. »161 B Guigues Hall »613-236-1393, ext. 2246 »icasavant@ustpaul.ca

9 CLINTON ARCHIBALD, Ph.D. Activités de recherche Administration publique, commentateur politique, gouvernance Cours enseignés Textes en éthique (Éthique et communauté) Éthique appliquée 308 Pavillon Laframboise 613-236-1393, poste 2581 carchibald@ustpaul.ca

10 CHANTAL BEAUVAIS, Ph.D. Vice-rectrice à l’administration Activités de recherche Edith Stein, éthique Cours enseignés Introduction à la pensée philosophique L’existence humaine Philosophie morale Utilitarianism 273 Pavillon Guigues 613-236-1393, poste 3020 cbeauvais@ustpaul.ca

11 Dr. ROCKY DWYER (Principal with Chief Review Services, Department of National Defence) Research Areas & Areas of Expertise Applied Ethics, Decision Making Courses Taught Applied Ethics, Leadership, Human Resource Management Business Ethics Contact Phone: 613-830-8442 Email: rdwyer@ustpaul.ca

12 Dr. ALAN GILMORE Research Areas & Areas of Expertise Public Sector Governance, Accountability, Values and Ethics, Management Control Systems Courses Taught Public Sector Accountability and Ethics Contact 613-730-5864 agilmore@ustpaul.ca

13 Dr. RAYMOND JAHAE Research Areas & Areas of Expertise Metaphysics, Philosophy of Nature, Philosophical Anthropology, Philosophical Theology, Relations Between Culture and Religion Courses Taught Courses in the above Kantian Ethics. 305 Laframboise Hall 613-236-1393, ext. 2452. rjahae@ustpaul.ca

14 Dr. RAJESH SHUKLA Research Areas & Areas of Expertise Ethics and Public Policy, Environmental Ethics, Hindu and Buddhist Philosophy, Philosophy of Education Courses Taught Environmental Ethics, History of Ethics, Ethics and Education 310 Laframboise Hall 613-236-1393, ext. 2463. rshukla@ustpaul.ca

15 Dr. GLENN SINCLAIR Research Areas & Areas of Expertise Ethics, Professional Ethics, Environmental Ethics Courses Taught Applied Ethics, Leadership 223 A Guigues Hall 613-236-1393, ext 2511 gsinclair@ustpaul.ca

16 Dr. GREGORY WALTERS Research Areas & Areas of Expertise Public Policy, Biomedical Ethics, Policing Ethics, Social and Political Ethics, Privacy Ethics, Karl Jaspers’ Philosophy Courses Taught Courses on all areas above 307 Laframboise Hall Phone: 613-236-1393, ext. 2322 Email: gwalters@ustpaul.ca

17 LOUIS PERRON, Ph.D. Vice-doyen Coordonnateur des études supérieures Esprit Un mélange judicieux de théorie et de pratique Une équipe unique composée de théoriciens et de personnes de terrain En vue de fournir les outils nécessaires permettant de comprendre le pourquoi et le comment de la pratique éthique En vue de former les leaders et les praticiens de demain

18 LOUIS PERRON, Ph.D. Vice-doyen Coordonnateur des études supérieures Objectifs Acquérir les compétences critiques nécessaires pour entreprendre une analyse de politiques rigoureuse Acquérir les compétences de décideurs qui leur permettront d’assumer des rôles de chef de file Acquérir les outils analytiques qui leur serviront à formuler et justifier des jugements éthiques Acquérir les connaissances théoriques dont ils auront besoin pour comprendre les questions éthiques et les débats qui les entourent

19 There are a few things to keep track of and it is ultimately the student’s responsibility to make sure that she or he is following the program properly. ---BUT--- Vous n’êtes pas seuls. Nous sommes là pour vous aider.

20 Survol—Overview Deux guides sont disponibles pour nos étudiantes et étudiants des études supérieures. Certificat d’études supérieures en éthique publique Graduate Certificate in Public Ethics (2 sections; 2 annexes) & Maîtrise ès arts en éthique publique Master of Arts in Public Ethics (8 sections; 2 annexes)

21 La section 1 portant sur les règlements généraux contient l’essentiel des règlements scolaires de la Faculté des études supérieures* et postdoctorales (FÉSP) de l’Université d’Ottawa, qui sont applicables aux deux programmes d’études supérieures de la Faculté de philosophie. The other sections concern specific topics for specific programs as well as the forms that you will eventually have to fill out. Toutes les modifications ou mises à jour des règlements scolaires sont effectuées sur les pages web de la Faculté http://www.ustpaul.ca/Philosophy/index_f.asp http://www.ustpaul.ca/Philosophy/index_e.asp * http://www.etudesup.uottawa.ca/Default.aspx?tabid=1405 http://www.etudesup.uottawa.ca/Default.aspx?tabid=1406

22 Some things to keep in mind -Course and program changes ----dropping courses, request for deferments, important dates - Withdrawal from courses with refund - Registration (No registration = no final mark) - Program Requirements –RESIDENCE— - Examinations and Grading - Deferred Evaluation - Revisions and Appeals

23 There is a big difference between undergraduate & graduate studies--- (MINDSET) ----------------INDEPENDENCE-------------- Undergraduate: --Attend classes from September-April --May-August – SUMMER BREAK Graduate: --Attend classes from September-April --May-August – RESEARCH SEASON

24 Les étudiants inscrits à une session (automne, hiver ou printemps/été) ont accès aux services de l’Université; ils peuvent suivre des cours, ou recevoir des conseils des professeurs, du directeur de thèse ou du superviseur de recherche (mémoire). Pas d’inscription, pas de droits d’accès aux services de l’Université!

25 KEEP IN MIND THAT WHEN YOU ARE ENROLLED… …your supervisor is available throughout the year for consultation. However, a professor’s duties vary throughout the year.

26 Professorial Life – in general-- SEPTEMBER-APRIL --Teaching --Administrative duties --Research/writing MAY-AUGUST --Conferences/travel --Research/writing—RESEARCH SEASON --Course preparation --Holidays

27 A Little Friendly Advice: ---Take advantage of the “summer session,” but, think of it as the RESEARCH SEASON. ---Work out a meeting schedule with your supervisor. ---Budget your time--set up a timeline. Let us consider two examples of a timeline. First—Thesis Route and Second—Research Paper

28 SEPT 2008: START PROGRAM (Thesis) COMPLETELY FINISHED BY: April 30, 2010 April 16—April 30, 2010: Revisions to Thesis April 15, 2010: Thesis Defense March 15—April 15, 2010: Thesis Jury Reads Thesis March 2—March 14, 2010: Faculty of Graduate Studies Approves Readers for Thesis March 1, 2010: Submit Thesis January & February, 2010 – Polish the Thesis Drafts Summer & Fall 2009: Research & Write First Draft Fall 2008—Spring 2009: Coursework, formulate ideas, talk to your supervisor and draft a thesis proposal.

29 SEPT 2008: START PROGRAM (Research paper) COMPLETELY FINISHED BY: April 30, 2010 April 16—April 30, 2010: Revisions to Research Paper April 15, 2010: Research Paper Returned March 15—April 15, 2010: Research Paper Evaluated March 15, 2010: Submit Research Paper January & February, 2010 – Polish the Research Paper Drafts Summer & Fall 2009: Research & Write First Draft Fall 2008—Spring 2009: Coursework, formulate ideas, talk to your supervisor and construct your approach to the Research Paper

30 Consider that when completed, a Thesis or Research Paper is placed in the SPU Library. It becomes part of the ongoing scholarly tradition. SO, WE HAVE ANOTHER DIFFERENCE BETWEEN GRADUATE AND UNDERGRADUATE WORK. IT BECOMES A PUBLICALLY AVAILABLE DOCUMENT; FUTURE RESEARCHERS WILL LIKELY CONSULT IT.

31 Graduate Student Life Twofold Quiet Scholarly Side ---concentrating on your coursework ---reading and thinking in the library ---hunching over a computer thinking and writing ---meeting with your supervisor BUT—there is another side.

32 Graduate Student Life also has a PUBLIC SIDE A graduate student greatly benefits by participating in the ‘life of the faculty.’ If nobody participates, then no ‘life of the faculty.’ 5 Ways to Participate (at least…) (Another difference between grads and undergrads.)

33 Graduate Student Life: PUBLIC SIDE 1.Attend the Faculty’s Conferences October 17/18 – Ethics & Terrorism November 7/8 – Religion, Politics & Society 2.At the Faculty’s Conferences: Chair a session/Introduce Speakers Comment on a paper Present a Paper—Share your research 3.Attend the Faculty’s Guest Speaker’s Talk November 14: Dr. Thorp, Dept. Chair—UWO -------others will be announced later on -------- If there is someone you would like us to bring in as a speaker, contact us.

34 Graduate Student Life: PUBLIC SIDE 4. Graduate Student Driven Courses GOT AN IDEA FOR A COURSE? -----LET US KNOW----- ---------MAYBE WE CAN OFFER IT---- You find at least SIX graduate students committed to taking the course (we’ll help) and we will try to find a professor to run it. (4 Months Notice) FOR EXAMPLE May-June—2008--------UTILITARIANISM

35 Graduate Student Life: PUBLIC SIDE Last—but not least... 5.LAST, BUT NOT LEAST ------Faculty of Philosophy’s E-Journal— The Journal Submit Papers---Help Review Papers---Help with Editing Help with Website Duties---Order Books---Bookreviews

36 In Sum: Read the student guide carefully and make sure you’re on track. Budget your time. Don’t hesitate to ask questions. We’re here to help. Live and enjoy both sides of a unique experience ---The Graduate Student Life--- Quiet Scholarly Side Public Involved Side

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