public philosophy (noun): the activity of expanding philosophical education, engagement and discourse to different publics beyond the traditional settings of academic philosophy.
- Philosophy in Prisons (page under construction)
- College Ethics Bowl (page under construction)
- Interview with Paul Tubig, Engaged Philosophy
- "From Prisons to Neuroscience Labs, Graduate Medal Awardee Paul Tubig Finds Philosophy Everywhere," University of Washington: The Graduate School
- Dr. Paul Tubig and Dr. Darcy McCusker on Neuroethics Workshops, Neural Implant Podcast
- "Transfer Students and the Problem of Being ‘Outliers’ at Universities." Reimagining the PhD Blog, Simpson Center for the Humanities
- "What Kind of Academics Should We Be?" Reimagining the PhD Blog, Simpson Center for the Humanities