Nathan Stout (PhD, 2016) began a position as Postdoctoral Fellow at the Program for Medical Ethics & Human Values, Tulane University School of Medicine.
Alexander Shaeffer (PhD, 2018) will begin teaching in Fall 2019 at Great Hearts Academy-Northern Oaks in San Antonio, TX, a high school with a classical liberal arts curriculum.
Gwenda-lin Grewal (PhD, 2010), currently a Visiting Assistant Professor at Vassar College, has been offered the Blegen Research Fellowship at Vassar for 2019-2020.
Shane Gassaway (PhD 2014) is the author of "Just Silence in Plato's Cleitophon," Polis: The Journal for Ancient Greek Political Thought, forthcoming.
Samuel Stoner (PhD 2014), Assistant Professor in the Philosophy Department of Assumption College since 2016, has a paper, "Lessing and the Art of History," accepted for publication in The Journal of the History of Philosophy.
Seth Appelbaum (PhD 2015), who began a tenure-track position at St. John's College Santa Fe in Spring 2018, was a faculty member in the 2019 Maimonides Scholars Program of the Tikvah Fund at Yale: https://tikvahfund.org/faculty/seth-appelbaum/
Travis Mulroy (PhD 2016) is currently Religious Studies Post-Doctoral Fellow at Tulane, after a position as Visiting Assistant Professor at Xavier University, Cincinnati in Spring 2019. His paper, "On the Difficulty of Beautiful Things: Political Virtue and Wisdom in Plato's Hippias Major," was published in the Spring 2019 issue of the journal Ancient Philosophy and a second paper, "Censuring Oneself: On Socrates' Rhetorical Device in Plato's Hippias Major," has been accepted for publication in a forthcoming issue of that journal.
Mary Townsend (PhD, 2015) was appointed as an Assistant Professor in the Philosophy Department at St.John's University in Queens, NY. She was previously appointed as a Visiting Assistant Professor at Loyola University, New Orleans. Her book, The Woman Question in Plato's Republic, was published by Rowman & Littlefield in 2017.
Derek Duplessie (PhD, 2018) was appointed as a Visiting Instructor in the Department of Political Science at Clemson University. He was previously appointed as a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the Department of Government at Harvard University for 2018-2019. His article "Erotic Revolutions in Ecclesiazusae and Republic V" will appear early next year as a chapter in an edition published by Mercer University Press, and his article "Socrates' Analysis of Comedy in Plato's Philebus" won the Review of Metaphysics Dissertation Essay Contest and will be published in their upcoming edition.
Paul Wilford (PhD, 2016) was appointed Assistant Professor at Boston College in the Department of Political Science. He co-edited and contributed to Athens, Arden, and Jerusalem (Lexington Books, 2017). He recently began a Research Fellowship in the James Madison Program at Princeton for 2019-20.