Jonathan Parker Recieves 2011/12 Thesis Dissertation Fellowship Award | Philosophy & Religion

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May 16, 2011

Jonathan Parker Recieves 2011/12 Thesis Dissertation Fellowship Award

Congratulations to Jonathan Parker, a Ph.D. student and a teaching fellow in the Department of Philosophy and Religion Studies has been awarded the Thesis / Dissertation Fellowship for the 2011 -2012 academic year. This is one of the most prestigous awards at UNT, with recipients coming from a wide variety of disciplines and backgrounds. The Fellowship is a comprehensive package provided by the University of North Texas Toulouse Graduate School.

Jonathan conducts research in environmental philosophy and ethics; he is interested in the proper role of human beings within the natural environment, and different cultural understandings of that role.

Jonathan has been a Doctoral Student in the department since Fall of 2007 and is also the recipient of a College Graduate Research Fellowship from the University of North Texas College of Arts and Sciences.