New York, NY (PRWEB) August 23, 2012
Upstart media network Philanthropy News announced today that Phineas Upham has been named head curator of the site’s Business Philanthropy Network. Several of Upham’s published essays have been previously featured in the philosophy and business sections of the site, and Philanthropy News' editorial board cites Upham’s experience with the blog as a deciding factor in his appointment. Philanthropy News would like to highlight his contributions to the site and to the subjects on which he writes, and look forward to his contribution as lead Business Philanthropy curator.
Upham has degrees from Harvard University and from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. His writing focuses on macroeconomics, technology, and philosophy. He has written for the Harvard Review of Philosophy and served as Editor-in-Chief for three volumes from 1998 to 2000, including the internationally published Philosophers in Conversation, which contains one of the few known interviews given by philosopher John Rawls.
Philanthropy News has chosen Phineas Upham as a lead curator based on his background of engaging writing on subjects ranging from business strategy to philanthropy. His work can be found in numerous scholarly journals, and his editorial contributions have been translated and republished internationally. The editors of Philanthropy News also cite his extensive record of community service, including major community outreach in West Philadelphia as the youngest member of the Board of the University of Pennsylvania Museum’s Young Friends. Upham has also shown educational leadership by overseeing all graduate student involvement in the museum.
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