Internal Funding Opportunity: Complex Moral Problems
The Office of the President has announced faculty grants for collaborative work on Complex Moral Problems to be offered under the auspices of the University-wide initiative in Engaged Ethics.
The proposals are due April 29, 2016 and faculty teams may ask for up to $20,000. The grants aim to support work on problems of public significance that saliently involve some moral principle and that are “complex” in that they would benefit from collaborative work. The call for proposals and related information are available at http://www.georgetown.edu/EngagedEthicsInitiative/index.html (new window).
Please contact Henry Richardson, Professor of Philosophy and 2016 Grant Process Facilitator with any questions.
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