Fordham's Stephen Grimm asked me to post the following announcement:
Fordham recently received a 3.56 million dollar grant from the Templeton Foundation to help support a project called "Varieties of Understanding: New Perspectives from Psychology, Philosophy, and Theology." Funding opportunities in philosophy and psychology are available, and I'm trying to spread the word about that.
The website for the grant is here, and the Fordham press release is here.
Here's also a brief description:
Fordham's "Varieties of Understanding" Project
The Philosophy Department at Fordham University is pleased to announce its three-year “Varieties of Understanding” project.
The project will sponsor research in psychology, philosophy, and theology that will examine the various ways in which human beings understand the world, how these various types of understanding might be improved, and how they might be combined with one another to produce an integrated understanding of the world.
For more details, and for information on how to apply for funding, please see the project website: www.varietiesofunderstanding.com
The project is supported by a 3.56 million dollar grant from the John Templeton Foundation, with additional support from the Henry Luce Foundation, Fordham University, and the University of California, Berkeley.Thanks! And just let me know if you have any questions.