Grant Opportunity on Intellectual Humility

November 1, 2022

Categories: Humility

This is more of an announcement than a traditional blog post, but I wanted to let you know about a grant opportunity my colleagues and I are organizing on intellectual humility.

Here are the details:

Thanks to a generous grant from the John Templeton Foundation and support from the Center for Stress, Trauma, and Resilience at Georgia State University (totaling $6.6 million), we are pleased to announce a Request for Proposals welcoming empirical projects from various disciplines to investigate the development of interventions to cultivate intellectual humility. We anticipate awarding 10-12 Standard Grants (up to $250,000, though projects with exceptional promise may be funded at higher amounts) and up to six Early Career Grants (up to $25,000) for advanced doctoral students or early career professionals (no more than five years post-Ph.D.). Projects may run up to 30 months, and PIs must commit to attending a Launch Conference and Capstone Conference.

Letters of Intent may be submitted via our website and are due January 15, 2023. For more information on this project, and for the details of the funding request, please visit
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