Dr. Nicholaos Jones, an associate professor at UAH, specializes in the philosophy of science. And next semester, he'll have a unique opportunity to further his research thanks to a visiting fellowship at the University of Pittsburgh's Center for Philosophy of Science. &quot;I think it will be a good chance to get to know a lot of people interested in the philosophy of science and to develop my work,&quot; says Dr. Jones, who will spend the upcoming fall semester at the center. &quot;My goal – a modest goal – is to complete a paper while I'm there.&quot; Each year, the internationally renowned center selects just a handful of scholars from all over the world to pursue their research in the philosophy of science or closely related fields. As a visiting fellow, Dr. Jones will receive a supplementary stipend for living expenses in addition to office space, library access, and the opportunity to attend conferences, workshops, and talks.