The Character Project at Wake Forest
July 20, 2010 — 13:03

Author: Matthew Mullins  Category: News  Comments: Off

The Templeton Foundation has awarded a $3.67m grant to fund The Character Project, under the direction of Christian Miller at Wake Forest University. Professor Miller writes to say that:

$2m will be devoted to three separate funding competitions, one of which will be for philosophers working on topics related to character broadly conceived, and another for theologians working on character. Projects on human and divine character, divine motivation theory, and religion and morality more generally might be good fits for these competitions when the RFPs are announced.

We will post the RFP’s as they become available. In the mean time, you can read the press release or visit the project web site at thecharacterproject.com.