Center for Consciousness and Transformation Seeks Proposals for Mini Grants
Posted: February 2, 2010 at 1:00 am, Last Updated: February 1, 2010 at 5:09 pm
As part of the Center for Consciousness and Transformation’s mission, funds are available to sponsor interdisciplinary research on consciousness, transformative learning and transformation change. Faculty members are invited to submit proposals to this program that are consistent with our mission of examining and furthering our understanding of consciousness and transformation.
Projects that were previously funded addressed such topics as transformative learning, peace building, conflict resolution, mindfulness and education.
For this cycle of grant proposals, CCT is looking for an array of interdisciplinary proposals on consciousness and transformation and encourages proposals on additional topics addressing the intersection of positive psychology, leadership and consciousness/transformation, as well as proposals on topics examining the roles of consciousness and transformation in health and well-being.
Collaborative research among faculty across units is strongly encouraged. A letter of intent is due Feb. 3.
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