“Virtue and Happiness” is June 12-17, 2016. The seminar is geared toward advanced PhD students and early researchers. Our aim is to involve participants in our innovative and collaborative research framework within psychology, theology/religious studies, and philosophy, and to provide an engaged environment to deepen and enliven their own research.
Acceptance includes tuition, lodging, meals, and up to $500 in travel.
For more information including topic descriptions, and to apply, visit https://virtue.uchicago.edu/summer-seminar-2016.
Virtue, Happiness, & the Meaning of Life is a new project which has received $2.1 million from the John Templeton Foundation for collaborative research in the areas of psychology, theology/religious studies, and philosophy, focused on self-transcendence to advance understanding of the interrelations of virtue, happiness, and the meaning of life.
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Slideshow, faculty profiles and topics for the “Virtue and Happiness Summer Seminar