Between February and August of this year the APDA project has been busy collecting and checking data on the employment status of recent graduates from nearly 150 philosophy PhD programs. Three people were especially key to this effort: Alisha Nesslage, now a graduate student at UC Irvine, Ricardo Rodriguez, a
This past summer APDA sent a survey [https://academic-placement-data-and-analysis.ghost.io/new-survey/] to past graduates and current students in philosophy PhD programs. Some of the results have already been discussed in blog posts at Daily Nous [https://dailynous.com/2021/10/05/guide-to-graduate-programs-in-philosophy-based-on-job-placement-and-student-experience-guest-post/] , Philosopher's Cocoon [https://philosopherscocoon.typepad.
Since the last post [https://academic-placement-data-and-analysis.ghost.io/top-philosophy-programs/] in July, APDA has been making some changes. First, there is now a Board of Advisors [http://placementdata.com/about/]. Advisors were selected based on the rough criteria of a) being familiar with the APDA project and/or data analysis regarding