The PI must have a Ph.D. and be in or contracted to a faculty position at an accredited college or university prior to the beginning of the supported research. Empirical proposals must include at least one philosopher, theologian or religious studies scholar. The project is international in scope, and applications are welcome from researchers around the world.
We will be awarding a number of sub-grants of up to $310,000+ for empirical research, and up to $200,000 for projects in philosophy or theology/religious studies.
Saint Louis University, with the help of a very generous grant from The John Templeton Foundation and under the direction of Dan Haybron, welcomes proposals from various disciplines to investigate questions that concern well-being. We are pleased to announce an interdisciplinary grant project on happiness and well-being, Happiness and Well-Being: Integrating Research Across the Disciplines, supported by The John Templeton Foundation and Saint Louis University. It will run for 3 years, with about $5M in funding. Information can be found in the press release and on our website. We are interested in a wide range of topics relating to happiness and well-being. There will also be several conferences and a number of other activities.