In light of a recent comment by Wes Anderson--who is an administrator for the newly created X-Phi Facebook Group--I thought I would post something once again concerning departments that are experimentally friendly. The ordering is based on Leiter's most recent Gourmet Report. Neither the list of schools nor the faculty I list for each school is supposed to be exhaustive--just a series of incomplete suggestions:
Princeton (Appiah, Harman, Leslie, and Singer)
University of Michigan
Pittsburgh HPS (Machamer, Machery, and Palmieri)
Harvard (Godfrey-Smith, Kelly, and Siegel)
UNC Chapel Hill (Knobe and Prinz)
UC San Diego (The Churchlands, Cohen, Grush)
Penn (Bicchieri and Hatfield)
UC Riverside (Schwitzgebel)
Carnegie Melon (Arlo-Costa, Danks, Glymour, and Palmer)
Wash U (Bermudez, Doris, and Heil)
Florida State University (Bishop and Mele)
Georgia State University (Nahmias)
There are of course a number of other departments where you will find empirically minded philosophers to work with--but this list is composed of places where the methods used by experimental philosophers will be welcome (by at least some of the faculty). But since I am currently advising a student with respect to potential PhD programs, this is the list I have put together for her. Hopefully, some of the undergraduates who read this blog will find it useful as they prepare to apply to graduate school this fall. If I left any departments or faculty out, I apologize. Please rectify my shortsightedness in the comment thread!
UPDATE: This list has been revised in light of the helpful comments in the thread--for, instance, I can't believe I left Princeton off the list! Thanks for all the suggestions!