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Andrew Dunn named one of the Oregon Six


Andrew Dunn, Philosophy undergraduate major, was named one of the “Oregon Six” by the UO Phi Beta Kappa chapter — a really significant award, marking him as one of the very best students at the University of Oregon.

Andrew, a double-major in Philosophy and Political Science, will graduate Magna Cum Laude with a BA degree at the end of Spring 2017.  Andrew recently defended an honors thesis in Philosophy titled “The Intersection of Marx and Dewey: Criticizing the Reification of Separate Public and Private Spheres.” Steven Brence was his principal advisor and Colin Koopman was his second reader.



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