PPE Ambassadorships The Kellogg Center for Philosophy, Politics, and Economics provides selected undergraduate students the opportunity to serve as ambassadors for the program. PPE Undergraduate Student Ambassadors develop leadership and professional skills and gain a unique networking experience at Virginia Tech. My involvement with the PPE program has been fulfilling. The program introduced me to new ways of thinking and allowed me to develop many new and valuable perspectives. James Vasile, PPE Undergraduate Student Ambassador As a PPE Ambassador I am able to attend the PPE Speaker Series lunches and dinners, where I have had several wonderful, career developing conversations with faculty and guest speakers. Tessa Dean, PPE Undergraduate Student Ambassador The PPE Undergraduate Student Ambassador program served as a door opener for my college experience: offering both professional development and academic exposure. Miles Franklin, PPE Undergraduate Student Ambassador PPE Undergraduate Journal The Center houses an international undergraduate journal, The Philosophy, Politics, and Economics Review. The journal publishes original research in PPE and welcomes submissions from current or recent undergraduate students in PPE worldwide. The journal offers a unique forum for a growing international undergraduate community in PPE and encourages submissions from a diverse group of authors, in particular from underrepresented groups. The journal is student-led and provides undergraduate students with valuable experiential learning opportunities. After articles are accepted, authors work with the reviewers of their articles to prepare their manuscripts for publication. The editorial advisory board of the journal is composed of PPE Core Faculty, PPE Research Fellows, and Affiliated Faculty members. Here is more information about the journal, including submission guidelines. PPE Reading Group The PPE Reading Group is a semester-long forum that is separate and distinct from the classroom experience. The PPE Reading Group allows faculty and students to engage with some of the most important work in PPE in an intellectual, yet relaxed environment. Enjoy small group discussions with free pizza and soft drinks. Adam Tooze: Crashed – A Decade of Financial Crises Candice Delmas: A Duty to Resist – When Disobedience Should be Uncivil Banerjee and Duflo: Good Economics for Hard Times Darrell M. West: The Future of Work PPE Discussion Colloquia The Center regularly (co)organizes daylong discussion colloquia for selected undergraduate students from different majors across campus. The colloquia employ the Socratic method and provide students with an opportunity to explore, discuss, and challenge ideas about different aspects of society. I have never attended an educational event as enriching and engaging. I am exceptionally grateful for the opportunity to have attended, and I look forward to further contributing to the program. It’s hard to find a respectable forum for prolonged, civil discourse on topics I care about with others who are informed on these topics. I’m very grateful for this experience. I really enjoyed the colloquium discussion. It was great hearing different perspectives on current issues facing humanity! It has been one of my favorite experiences at Virginia Tech. PPE Undergraduate Club The PPE Undergraduate Club aims to foster discussions centered on interdisciplinary topics while supporting the University’s principles of community. The club is student-led and meets regularly during the semester. PPE Student Interest Meeting Join the PPE Club at Gobblerfest PPE Club Interest Meeting PPE Club Recognized as Local Chapter of the PPE Society The PPE Club is recognized as a Local Chapter of the international Philosophy, Politics, and Economics Society. For more information about the activities of the PPE Club, please visit GobblerConnect.