Grant opportunity for the Greater Good Science Center

Greater Good Science Center is undertaking this three-year project to raise awareness of research on intellectual humility and its implications, in partnership with the John Templeton Foundation. The main goals of the project are to:

  1. Deepen the public’s—and the media’—understanding of intellectual humility, guided by recent scientific findings.
  2. Highlight the contemporary relevance of intellectual humility to various sectors, including K-12 education, health care, faith communities, business, and politics.
  3. Build relationships between intellectual humility researchers and journalists (and other nonfiction media producers) to facilitate accurate, timely, and effective reporting on intellectual humility research in the near- and long-term.

In pursuing these goals, the GGSC will report widely on findings from the science of intellectual humility while also strengthening the pipeline through which these findings get communicated to the public.

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