Mark Alfano awarded grant to study the virtue of intellectual humility

March 4, 2013

Mark Alfano, a Values and Public Policy Postdoctoral Research Associate at the Center for Human Values, along with co-PIs Daniel Lapsley and Paul Stey (Notre Dame) and collaborators Brian Robinson (Grand Valley State University) and Markus Christen (Zurich), has just been awarded a grant of $251,745 to conduct a two-year empirical and normative investigation of the virtue of intellectual humility.  The granting organization is the Fuller Theological Seminary, with backing from the John Templeton Foundation.