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Grant Database

Start Year ID Title Project Leader(s) Grantee(s) Grant Amount Funding Area Region Featured
2016 60568 Faith and Science Teaching: Enhancement of Reach Michael Gulker,
David Smith
The Colossian Forum $188,304 Natural Sciences USA No
2016 60566 Honesty – Building a Virtuous Cycle Yael Melamede Duke University $612,116 Character Virtue Development USA No
2016 60565 The New City Catechism: Forming virtue in the hearts and minds of children – Product Development Ben Peays,
Collin Hanson
The Gospel Coalition $217,000 Character Virtue Development USA No
2016 60564 Pilot Project: Effects of Cannabis on the Epigenome of Humans and Rats Susan Murphy Duke University Medical Center $216,999 Genetics USA Yes
2016 60516 Narnian Virtues: How Parents, Teachers and their 11 to 13 year-olds Learn to Cultivate Good Character through Engagement with the Novels by C.S. Lewis Mark Pike University of Leeds $1,221,926 Character Virtue Development Europe No
2016 60509 New Generation of Leaders for the Russian Orthodox Church Leonid Sevastianov,
Vladimir Shmaliy
St Gregory the Theologian Charity Foundation $1,425,160 Philosophy and Theology Europe Yes
2016 60507 Science Friday Programming on the Cosmos Danielle Dana Science Friday Initiative Inc $151,970 Public Engagement USA No
2015 60506 The Gritty Imagination: Reconciling Dreaming with Doing Scott Barry Kaufman,
Angela Duckworth
Imagination Institute $75,900 Human Sciences USA No
2015 60504 Humility, Wisdom, and Grace in Deep Time: A Conversation between Theology and Evolutionary Anthropology Celia Deane-Drummond,
Agustin Fuentes
University of Notre Dame $60,000 Natural Sciences USA No
2016 60687 Love in Religion. Initial Project: Identifying the Frontier Areas Paul Fiddes Regent's Park College, Oxford $71,532 Philosophy and Theology Europe No
2016 60501 Putting the Extended Evolutionary Synthesis to the Test Kevin Laland,
Tobias Uller
University of St Andrews $7,480,634 Natural Sciences Europe Yes
2015 60495 The Purposeful Aging Summit: Narrative, Media, and Movement for Cultural Change Paul Irving The Milken Institute $215,000 Public Engagement USA No
2015 60492 #GivingTuesday 2015 Henry Timms,
Asha Curran
92nd Street Y $200,000 Character Virtue Development USA No
2016 60488 Science and Theology for Emerging Adult Ministries (STEAM) Greg Cootsona,
David Navarra
Fuller Theological Seminary $1,995,841 Public Engagement USA No
2015 60486 Creating a Society for the Study of Cultural Evolution David Wilson,
Joe Brewer
Evolution Institute $217,362 Natural Sciences USA Yes
2016 60483 Character Virtue Development Evaluation Capacity Building Initiative Jennifer Urban,
Miriam Linver
Montclair State University $1,288,328 Character Virtue Development USA No
2016 60724 Cosmos Campaign: Digital Resource Hub John Steele NautilusThink Inc $216,660 Public Engagement USA No
2016 60598 Training Catholic Educators to Engage the Dialogue Between Science and Religion John Cavadini University of Notre Dame du Lac $1,675,642 Public Engagement USA Yes
2016 60579 An Investigation into the first Eukaryotic cells James McInerney The University of Manchester (transferred from National University of Ireland Maynooth) $296,024 Natural Sciences Europe No
2016 60575 Generosity in Practice Kevin Conroy GlobalGiving $215,340 Human Sciences USA No
2020 61884 Exploring the Dark Sector Hai-Bo Yu University of California, Riverside $234,800 Natural Sciences USA No
2020 61578 Renato Matoso Brandao- ACT Fellowship – The Cognitive Effects of Religious Thinking: A Cross-Cultural Approach Renato Brandao Pontifical Catholic University of Rio de Janeiro $206,085 Philosophy and Theology South America No
2020 61907 Global Flourishing Study Planning Grant Byron Johnson,
Tyler VanderWeele
Baylor University $201,327 Human Sciences USA No
2019 61604 A Planning Project to Uncover the Cognitive and Cultural Foundations of Gratitude Michael McCullough,
Eric Pedersen
Regents of The University of California at San Diego $39,614 Human Sciences USA No
2020 61838 CORES | COFAS: Conversations on Religion, Ethics, and Science | Conversations on Faith and Science Ben Sanders,
Barry Ritchie
Arizona Center for Christian Studies $230,000 Public Engagement USA No
2020 61747 Advanced Islamic Theology and Contemporary Thought Program Munir Shaikh,
Jason (Jihad) Totten
Bayan Islamic Graduate School $234,500 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2020 61661 Collaborative Inquiries in Christian Theological Anthropology Jesse Couenhoven Villanova University $3,997,872 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2020 61801 Investigating Motivated Reasoning in Intellectual Humility: A Personality Difference Approach David Dunning Regents of the University of Michigan $234,758 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2020 61978 Enterprise Solutions to Poverty – Field Guide Joshua Yates,
Justin Straight
Duke University $232,243 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA No
2019 61638 The Roundtable on Science and Religion David Thom The Leadership Connection, Inc. $979,425 Public Engagement USA No
2020 61601 Cultivating Virtue at the Congregational Level: An Ecclesial Theology of Love, Hope, and Humility Todd Wilson Society for the Advancement of Ecclesial Theology $1,017,593 Public Engagement USA No
2020 61570 The American Society of Islamic Philosophy Aaron Spevack Brandeis University $234,800 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2020 61617 Developing the Exploration of Big Questions with Under 18s in the UK and Internationally Lizzie Henderson,
Steph Bryant
The Faraday Institute for Science and Religion $708,130 Public Engagement Europe No
2020 61793 Georgia Laws of Life General Operating Support for Growth and Expansion Carol Gray Georgia Rotary Districts Character Education Program $230,000 Character Virtue Development USA No
2019 60998 Supporting Future Science-Engaged Analytic Theologians in Germany Benedikt Göcke Katholisch-Theologische Fakultät, Ruhr-Universität Bochum, Germany $206,400 Philosophy and Theology Europe No
2019 61568 FQXi Research Reviews Zeeya Merali Foundational Questions Institute $207,000 Public Engagement USA No
2019 61556 Supporting Constructive Research on the Existence of God in Portuguese-Speaking Latin America Agnaldo Portugal Associação Brasileira de Filosofia da Religiao (ABFR) $231,556 Philosophy and Theology South America No
2019 61395 Revealing the Role of Culture in the Emergence and Distinctiveness of Homo sapiens Paul Renne Berkeley Geochronology Center $1,182,866 Natural Sciences USA No
2019 61429 Cambridge International Handbook of the Psychology of Religion Kevin Ladd Indiana University $234,517 Human Sciences USA No
2020 61348 Modernization, Mega Churches, and the Urban Face of Christianity in the Global South Timothy Wadkins Canisius College $1,866,115 Human Sciences USA No
2019 61475 The Development of Curiosity in Childhood Alison Gopnik,
Celeste Kidd
Regents of the University of California at Berkeley $499,943 Character Virtue Development USA No
2019 61466 The Quantum Information Structure of Spacetime (QISS) Carlo Rovelli,
Marios Christodoulou
SAMY MAROUN CENTER FOR RESEARCH ON SPACE, TIME AND THE QUANTUM $2,228,621 Natural Sciences Europe No
2018 61062 Planning Phase for the Developing Belief Network: The Ontogeny and Diversity of Religious Cognition and Behavior Rebekah Richert,
Kathleen Corriveau
University of California, Riverside $234,800 Human Sciences USA No
2019 61445 From “me” to “we”: Children’s attention to kindness, caring, and consideration for others through perspective shifts in language Susan Gelman Regents of the University of Michigan $232,778 Character Virtue Development USA No
2019 61595 The Idea of a University: Pilot Program on Faith and Science Mitchell Muncy The Foundation For Excellence In Higher Education, Inc. $234,800 Public Engagement USA No
2020 61289 Fiat Lux: The Word on Fire Institute on Science and Religion Jared Zimmerer Word on Fire Catholic Ministries $1,165,640 Public Engagement USA No
2019 61478 Exploring the Role of Freedom in Human Progress Ian Vasquez Cato Institute $1,470,551 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA No
2020 61074 Modeling Religious Change Saikou Diallo,
Wesley Wildman
Old Dominion University Research Foundation $3,998,981 Human Sciences USA No
2020 61598 Expanding the Dialogue: Reaching a New Generation of University Audiences with Science and the Big Questions Andrew Schuman Veritas Forum Inc. $2,482,512 Public Engagement USA No
2020 61788 Development of an Intensive Measurement Instrument for Measuring Adolescent Youth Purpose and Related Virtues in High School Students Juliette Berg American Institutes for Research $234,800 Character Virtue Development USA No
2020 61521 A New Philosophy of Symmetry: Gauge, Composition, and Empirical Content Nicholas Teh,
James Read
University of Notre Dame $230,503 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2019 61670 Evolution, ethics, and human origins: A deep-time perspective on human morality Helen De Cruz,
Johan De Smedt
Saint Louis University $61,319 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2020 61459 Advancing Interprofessional Spiritual Care in Clinical Settings Christina Puchalski,
George Fitchett
George Washington University $233,687 Human Sciences USA No
2019 61569 Bringing the EES to the Classroom Kevin Laland,
Tobias Uller
University of St Andrews $200,950 Natural Sciences USA Yes
2020 61577 William Whitney- ACT Fellowship Application William Whitney Azusa Pacific University $219,915 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2020 61468 Science for Nuns and Monks: Independent Documentary Kum-Kum Bhavnani University of California Santa Barbara $234,735 Public Engagement USA No
2020 61911 Planning Grant for ‘Supporting Structures: Innovative Partnerships to Develop the Future of Bench Science at Christian Liberal Arts Institutions’ Stan Rosenberg CCCU-UK $234,797 Natural Sciences Europe No
2020 61613 The Global Philosophy of Religion Project Yujin Nagasawa University of Birmingham $2,418,364 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2019 61597 Engaging the Church and the World through BioLogos Conferences and Events Deborah Haarsma,
David Buller
BioLogos Foundation Inc $365,905 Public Engagement USA No
2020 61615 The Character and Virtue Development in Youth Ministry (CVDYM) Project Kara Powell,
Tyler Greenway
Fuller Theological Seminary $1,394,471 Character Virtue Development USA No
2020 61611 Constitutional Ambassadors Jeffrey Rosen,
Kerry Sautner
National Constitution Center $2,500,000 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA No
2020 61640 Pew-Templeton Global Religious Futures Project Phase VI Alan Cooperman Pew Charitable Trusts $2,446,900 Human Sciences USA No
2020 61347 The Launch of MA & PhD Degrees in Philosophy and the Foundations of Science for Latin America Claudia Vanney,
Ignacio Silva
Asociación Civil de Estudios Superiores (ACES) $510,112 Philosophy and Theology South America No
2020 61542 Developing Belief: The Development and Diversity of Religious Cognition and Behavior: Phase 1 Rebekah Richert,
Kathleen Corriveau
University of California, Riverside $9,866,732 Human Sciences USA No
2019 61476 Religion and Social Change over Two Centuries: Mapping the Activities of the Catholic Church from Documents in the Vatican Secret Archive Juan Carlos Esparza Ochoa,
Robert Woodberry
Baylor University $231,955 Human Sciences USA No
2020 61610 The Future of Free Speech: Rebuilding the Bulwark of Liberty Jacob Mchangama Justitia $1,287,131 Individual Freedom and Free Markets Asia No
2020 61378 Social virtue epistemology: What does it take to be an intellectually humble Socratic gadfly? Mark Alfano,
Jay Van Bavel
Macquarie University $912,189 Philosophy and Theology Oceania No
2020 61903 Planning Grant: Magis Center Faith and Reason Digital Campaign Robert Spitzer,
Joseph Miller
Magis Institute $229,000 Public Engagement USA No
2020 61778 Supporting Character Strengths in Youth: An Exploration of Parenting Strategies in Communities of Color Kenneth Ginsburg,
Joanna Williams
The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia $234,054 Character Virtue Development USA No
2019 61508 New Visions in Theological Anthropology: Engaging with the Behavioral Sciences John Perry University Court of the University of St Andrews $2,731,739 Philosophy and Theology Europe No
2020 61603 Mental Healthcare, Virtue, and Human Flourishing Steven Sandage,
Jesse Owen
Trustees of Boston University $2,023,012 Character Virtue Development USA Yes
2020 61485 “Humility in Inquiry: Foundations and New Directions” Nathan Ballantyne,
Norbert Schwarz
Fordham University $3,412,760 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2019 61410 Advancing the scientific understanding and practice of intellectual humility Jonathan Haidt,
Caroline Mehl
OpenMind Platform, Inc. $2,605,324 Character Virtue Development USA No
2020 61548 Purpose, Legacy, and Love: The Enduring Power of Connecting the Generations Marc Freedman,
Eunice Nichols
Civic Ventures $4,500,000 Human Sciences USA No
2020 61599 Closer to Truth: Philosophy of Biology Robert Kuhn,
Peter Getzels
The Kuhn Foundation $1,323,350 Public Engagement USA No
2020 61912 Synergos Spiritual Civilization Group Melissa Durda,
Marilia Bezerra
Synergos Institute $232,553 Public Engagement USA No
2019 61592 What shall we call God? An investigation of the role of metaphor in religious cognition. Adam Fetterman,
Brian Meier
University of Houston $135,705 Human Sciences USA No
2020 61403 Visual Signs as Cognitive Tools: Phylogeny and Ontogeny Larissa Mendoza Straffon Leiden University $205,957 Natural Sciences Europe No
2019 61904 Fifth International Vatican Conference – Exploring the Mind, Body and Soul Tomasz Trafny,
Robin Smith
Cura Foundation $750,000 Public Engagement USA No
2020 61575 Social Practices, Scientific Practice, and Human Evolution Joseph Rouse Wesleyan University $233,297 Natural Sciences USA No
2019 61335 Universal growth laws in the chemistry of life processes Jason Green University of Massachusetts $234,800 Natural Sciences USA No
2020 61663 Conflict as an Opportunity for Cultivating Virtue: Expanding and Deepening The Colossian Way Michael Gulker,
Rob Barrett
The Colossian Forum $1,000,298 Public Engagement USA No
2020 61470 The Muslim Worldview, creating tools for spiritual development and renewal in the secular age Faisal Ghias,
Sana Syed
The Oasis Initiative Foundation $232,800 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2020 61461 Curiosity and Classrooms: An exploration of curiosity and the development of intellectual virtues in schools Jamie Jirout,
Virginia Vitiello
University of Virginia $799,935 Character Virtue Development USA No
2019 61484 Religion as a Source of Social and Moral Development: Evidence from the Pentecostal Revolution in Africa Nathan Nunn,
Jonathan Weigel
London School of Economics and Political Science $233,984 Human Sciences Europe No
2019 61549 New Horizons for Science and Religion in Central and Eastern Europe Andrew Pinsent Chancellor, Masters and Scholars of the University of Oxford $2,971,688 Public Engagement Europe No
2020 61413 Virtues and Vocations: Developing sustainable, scalable, sector-specific programmes for postgraduate character virtue formation Nigel Biggar,
Edward Brooks
Chancellor, Masters and Scholars of the University of Oxford $2,510,435 Character Virtue Development Europe No
2019 61328 Microbiome-mediated oxytocin release in human health Susan Erdman Massachusetts Institute of Technology $1,691,967 Natural Sciences USA No
2019 61302 The Scientific Study of Religious Cognition in Brazil Kevin Ladd,
Wellington Zangari,
Mary Esperandio
Indiana University $234,772 Human Sciences USA No
2020 39934 Celebration Britain James Arthur University of Birmingham $6,559,254 Character Virtue Development Europe No
2020 61332 Scholarship for International Faculty/Students to Attend Spirituality & Health Research Workshop Harold Koenig,
Benjamin Doolittle
Duke University $115,411 Human Sciences USA No
2019 61536 Integrating Science and Faith at Catholic High Schools Nationwide Christopher Baglow University of Notre Dame $1,022,318 Public Engagement USA No
2019 61602 SCP Graduate Fellowships for Science Cross-Training Round 4 Kevin Timpe,
Christian Miller
Society of Christian Philosophers $234,045 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2020 61539 New Measures for the Experimental Study of Autonomous Prosocial Motivation Michael McCullough,
Eric Pedersen
Regents of The University of California at San Diego $234,800 Character Virtue Development USA No
2019 61497 The Black Hole Initiative: Towards a Center for Interdisciplinary Research, Competing Renewal Sheperd Doeleman,
Abraham Loeb
President and Fellows of Harvard College $3,599,996 Natural Sciences USA No
2020 61444 Documentary Series on Free Speech and Expression Robert Chatfield,
Thomas Skinner
Free to Choose Network $1,500,000 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA No
2019 61559 Supporting Constructive Research on the Existence of God in Spanish-Speaking Latin America José Tomás Alvarado Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile $231,566 Philosophy and Theology South America No
2019 61571 Purpose Across the Lifespan Jason Marsh Regents of the University of California at Berkeley $234,791 Public Engagement USA No
2020 61357 Invigorating the Discourse: Challenges to the Future of Classical Liberal Thought Jonathan Fortier,
Emily Birchmier
Institute for Humane Studies $2,250,088 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA No
2020 61560 S&BQ: The Science and the Big Questions Aggregator Website Marc Kaufman,
Heather Wax
Science Sites Inc. $225,400 Public Engagement USA No
2020 61732 Scientists in Synagogues Geoffrey Mitelman CLAL -- The National Jewish Center for Learning and Leadership $234,799 Public Engagement USA No
2019 61530 Institute for the Study of Human Flourishing Strategic Planning Initiative Nancy Snow The University of Oklahoma $134,366 Character Virtue Development USA No
2020 61341 Panentheism and Religious Life Yitzhak Melamed,
Clare Carlisle
The Johns Hopkins University $232,748 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2019 61356 Religious belief, health and disease: a family perspective. I. Data collection Jean Golding,
Kate Northstone
University of Bristol $234,800 Human Sciences Europe No
2020 61513 Gratitude to God, Phase 2: Psychological, Philosophical, and Theological Investigations Peter Hill,
Robert Emmons
Biola University $3,989,963 Human Sciences No
2019 61361 The transmission of religion across generations: a comparative international study of continuities and discontinuities in family socialization Christel Gaertner,
Kati Tervo-Niemelä
Westfälische Willhelms-Universität Münster $1,944,156 Human Sciences Europe No
2019 61471 Advances in our understanding of the mechanisms of obesity and radiation in carcinogenesis, and personalized cancer etiology. Cristian Tomasetti,
The Johns Hopkins University $1,035,955 Genetics No
2019 61551 Developing and Launching the St. Andrews Encyclopaedia of Theology Brendan Wolfe,
Steve Holmes
University Court of the University of St Andrews $4,321,318 Philosophy and Theology No
2019 61408 Increasing Complexity: The First Rule of Evolution? Matthew Wills,
Marcello Ruta
The University of Bath $793,292 Natural Sciences Europe No
2019 61407 Creating jobs and alleviating poverty through business support in Indonesia Reuben Coulter,
Melvyn Mak
Transformational Business Network International $204,562 Individual Freedom and Free Markets Europe No
2019 61431 Are planned analyses more reliable than discoveries? A test of the efficacy of preregistration Bethany Teachman Rector & Visitors of the University of Virginia $169,909 Human Sciences USA No
2019 61594 Certain Religious Beliefs May Foster Resilience in the Face of Economic Adversity Jazmin Brown-Iannuzzi,
Will Gervais
Rector & Visitors of the University of Virginia $153,748 Human Sciences USA No
2019 61411 Martin Institute Emerging Leaders Project Samuel Kimbriel,
Gary Moon
Westmont College $229,578 Character Virtue Development USA No
2020 61387 Cosmology Beyond Spacetime Nicholas Huggett,
Christian Wuthrich
Board of Trustees of the University of Illinois $599,991 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2019 61385 Faith and Beliefs of “Nonbelievers” Tomáš Halík,
Pavel Hošek
Česká křesťanská akademie, z.s. $675,888 Human Sciences Europe No
2019 61426 The Evolutionary Dynamics of Religion, Family Size, and Child Success John Shaver,
Mary Shenk
University of Otago $2,380,604 Human Sciences Oceania No
2019 61382 Towards understanding a unified mind Yair Pinto,
Victor Lamme
University of Amsterdam $805,520 Philosophy and Theology Europe No
2019 61534 Developing Spirituality and Mindfulness Curricula for Next Generation Philanthropic Leaders Renee Kaplan,
Jennifer Davis
The Philanthropy Workshop $204,284 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2019 61359 GIVE BIG: Investigating and fostering generosity in young children Jessica Sommerville University of Toronto $877,189 Character Virtue Development North America No
2019 61430 Landmark Spirituality and Health Survey Follow-Up: Prediction to Mortality, Mental, and Physical Health Outcomes Gail Ironson,
Neal Krause
University of Miami $682,144 Human Sciences USA No
2019 61533 Helping the American Church Engage Science Andrew Rick-Miller,
Greg Cootsona
Stephen & Laurel Brown Foundation, Inc. $157,550 Public Engagement USA No
2019 61389 The Roots of Gratitude Celia Deane-Drummond,
Penny Spikins
Trustees for Roman Catholic Purposes $218,556 Natural Sciences Europe No
2019 61427 From reality to representation: Exploring the role of anxiety as a moderator in the development of beliefs about supernatural powers Kathleen Corriveau,
Telli Davoodi
Trustees of Boston University $234,800 Human Sciences USA No
2019 61394 A randomized evaluation of scalable interventions to address factors causing fertility to exceed privately desired family size in Burkina Faso Seema Jayachandran Innovations for Poverty Action $390,099 Voluntary Family Planning USA No
2019 61425 Promoting Open Inquiry, Viewpoint Diversity, and Constructive Disagreement on American College Campuses and in the Disciplines Deb Mashek Heterodox Academy $2,852,229 Human Sciences USA No
2019 61467 Christian Meaning-Making, Suffering and the Flourishing Life Liz Hall,
Crystal Park
Biola University $1,241,880 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2019 61495 How stories inspire virtuous behavior Molly Crockett,
Walter Sinnott-Armstrong
Yale University $800,124 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2019 61454 Toward a Scientific Understanding of the Human Capacity for Autonomy Jonathan Cohen The Trustees of Princeton University $4,995,106 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2019 61457 Spirituality and Prosocial Values in the Absence of Religion Among Millennials and Their Families Merril Silverstein,
Vern Bengtson
Syracuse University $2,781,745 Human Sciences USA No
2019 61350 Communication between the brain and the male reproductive tract in mammals Oliver Rando University of Massachusetts $1,682,283 Genetics USA No
2019 61516 Science-Engaged Philosophical Theology: God, Time, and Creation Dean Zimmerman Rutgers University Foundation $1,031,088 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2019 61462 Children’s Developing Concepts of God’s Causal Relevance Jacqueline Woolley,
Kelsey Kelley
University of Texas at Austin $463,067 Human Sciences USA No
2019 61507 God and the Book of Nature Mark Harris,
Sarah Ritchie
University of Edinburgh $2,795,875 Philosophy and Theology Europe No
2019 61472 Identifying Metrics of Character Development in Adults: Insights from shared life in L’Arche Tina Bovermann,
Brenna Case
L'Arche USA $220,000 Character Virtue Development USA No
2019 61368 Study of Mathematically Precocious Youth at Age 50 (1971-2021): Studying Genius-Level Talent and Creativity in Life’s Prime Years David Lubinski,
Camilla Benbow
Vanderbilt University $735,253 Exceptional Cognitive Talent and Genius USA No
2019 61514 Exemplar Interventions to Develop Character Eranda Jayawickreme,
Michael Lamb
Wake Forest University $1,686,200 Character Virtue Development USA No
2019 61537 Measuring Religious Change in the Global East Fenggang Yang,
Chris White
Purdue University $234,800 Human Sciences USA No
2019 61405 Individual differences and children’s motivations for forgiveness Peter Blake BOSTON UNIVERSITY (CHARLES RIVER CAMPUS) $233,917 Character Virtue Development USA No
2019 61482 Family Purpose in the 21st Century: Understanding and Fostering Purpose among Families with Extraordinary Responsibilities Kendall Bronk,
Tarek el Sehity
Claremont Graduate University $1,564,673 Human Sciences USA No
2019 61211 Innovative Videos for the Greater Good Jason Marsh Regents of the University of California at Berkeley $234,800 Character Virtue Development USA No
2019 61550 Thomistic Institute: Growing the Conversation on Science and Faith Dominic Legge Dominican House of Studies $231,875 Public Engagement USA No
2019 61419 Global Voices for Open Trade Tom Palmer,
Lyall Swim
Atlas Network $2,349,973 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA No
2019 61438 Ciencia, Fe Y Esperanza (Science, Faith and Hope) Ruben Ortiz Nueva Esperanza, Inc. $234,507 Public Engagement USA No
2019 61393 Muhammad ‘Abduh’s Supercommentary on al-Dawani’s Commentary on al-Iji’s Creed: A New Source for the Renewal of Islamic Analytical Theology Robert Wisnovsky The Royal Institution for the Advancement of Learning/McGill University $232,403 Philosophy and Theology North America No
2019 61397 Divine Hiddenness: Shifting the Debate Charity Anderson Baylor University $233,378 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2019 61399 Family Planning in Tanzania: From Obstacles to Opportunities Jennifer Downs,
David Downs
Cornell University $758,483 Voluntary Family Planning USA No
2019 61417 The Fine-tuning Argument: A Curated Bibliography Neil Manson The University of Mississippi $69,230 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2019 61463 The Impact of Church-Based Outreach on Family Planning in Burundi Deborah Dortzbach,
Francois Niyitegeka
World Relief Corporation of the National Association of Evangelicals $749,606 Voluntary Family Planning USA No
2019 61540 #CultivatingCharacter: A Global Movement to Cultivate Character both Online and Off Through Living 24/6 Tiffany Shlain Let it Ripple, Inc $350,000 Character Virtue Development USA Yes
2019 61329 The creative role of stress in evolution and development Gunter Wagner,
Alan Love
Yale University $886,152 Natural Sciences USA No
2019 61344 Individual Freedom, Free Markets, and Catholics Andreas Widmer The Catholic University of America $234,025 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA No
2019 61515 The Assessment of Character and Spiritual Formation: An Empirical, Longitudinal and Ecumenical Project with Seminary Students and Faculty David Wang,
Peter Hill
Biola University $1,877,023 Character Virtue Development USA No
2019 61379 Intellectual Humility: Implications for Political and Religious Polarization Scott Lilienfeld Emory University $233,319 Character Virtue Development USA No
2019 61402 Aeon Magazine – 24-month publishing program focussed on Science and the Big Questions Brigid Hains Aeon Media Group $209,929 Public Engagement USA No
2019 61434 What Breathes Fire into the Equations: The Metaphysics of laws of nature. Barry Loewer Rutgers University Foundation $167,325 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2019 61125 Knoxville Marriage Initiative: Partnering with churches to deliver science-based interventions to solve a community problem Kristina Gordon The University of Tennessee $234,800 Human Sciences USA No
2019 61481 Science and Faith Transformational Teaching in Brazil Tiago Garros,
Marcos dos Reis
TEACHBEYOND BRASIL $208,623 Philosophy and Theology South America No
2019 61353 Optimistical: A World View from Science Stuart Firestein Trustees of Columbia University in the City of New York $115,712 Public Engagement USA No
2019 61038 Urban Entrepreneurship Chris Surprenant University of New Orleans $1,797,969 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA No
2019 61396 Helping the UK Church to Have a Positive Relationship with Science Ruth Bancewicz The Faraday Institute for Science and Religion $234,681 Public Engagement Europe No
2019 61268 Lina Jansson – ACT Fellowship Application Lina Jansson University of Nottingham $210,592 Philosophy and Theology Europe No
2019 61392 Using Intellectual Humility to Navigate Existential Challenges Daryl R. Van Tongeren Hope College $234,699 Character Virtue Development USA No
2019 61338 Knowledge and God Matthew Benton Seattle Pacific University $99,774 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2019 61252 The Toolbox Project: A Randomized Controlled Trial Ethan Kross,
Angela Duckworth
Regents of the University of Michigan $1,500,000 Character Virtue Development USA No
2019 61270 Kutter Callaway – ACT Fellowship Application Kutter Callaway Fuller Theological Seminary $70,686 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2019 61415 Writers and Intellectuals Under Threat: Documenting Limits on Free Expression Karin Karlekar PEN American Center Inc. $233,766 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA No
2019 61518 TNP Academy 2019 Program Jenelle Wooldridge The Nantucket Project Academy $232,722 Public Engagement USA No
2019 61114 Understanding How Brains Represent God: A Representational Similarity Approach Adam Green,
Jordan Grafman
Georgetown University $924,459 Human Sciences USA No
2019 61547 Ramping ORBITER Magazine Toward Scalability Clare Cole Sword and Spoon Workshop $234,346 Public Engagement USA No
2019 61448 Greater Good in Education: GGSC Toolkit for Teachers Dacher Keltner,
Jason Marsh
Regents of the University of California at Berkeley $692,384 Public Engagement USA Yes
2019 61220 The Ancient DNA Atlas of Humanity David Reich President & Fellows of Harvard College $15,495,040 Genetics USA No
2019 61418 Building Online Resources for Scientists and Philosophers Communicating with the ‘General Reader’ Lisa Feldman-Barrett,
David DeSteno
Northeastern University $181,861 Public Engagement USA No
2017 60967 Planning Grant: Social Science Contributions to the Foundational Philosophical and Theological Questions Regarding Human Enhancement John Evans The Regents of the University of California; University of California San Diego $137,056 Natural Sciences USA No
2017 60796 Why Nature is Chiral: The role of chirality in making processes essential for life efficient Stacy Sulman,
Yossi Paltiel
American Committee for the Weizmann Institute of Science Inc $968,384 Natural Sciences USA No
2018 61041 Science Engaged Theology and Philosophy with Fundamental Experimental Physics Gerald Gabrielse Northwestern University $217,000 Natural Sciences USA No
2019 61498 Renovatio, Phase II: Growth Stage Hamza Hanson Zaytuna College $233,824 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2019 61358 Evidence, Rationality, and Religious Beliefs Felipe Miguel,
Fábio Bertato
Universidade Estadual de Campinas $106,033 Philosophy and Theology South America No
2019 61519 TNP 2019: Prime Talent Daniel Honan The Nantucket Project Academy $233,950 Public Engagement USA No
2019 60839 Religion and physical and mental health among elderly in a predominantly Muslim and multicultural community: the causal linkages Daniel Reidpath,
Pascale Allotey
Monash University Malaysia $168,837 Human Sciences Asia No
2019 61094 Interfaces for Engagement: Programming Monastic Science Centers and Science Leadership for New Buddhist Communities Bryce Johnson,
Lhakdor Lhakdor
Science for Monks $656,773 Public Engagement USA No
2019 61326 Expanding Big Questions Debate Nicole Wanzer-Serrano National Forensic League $2,499,257 Public Engagement USA No
2018 61496 Time and Freedom: Reconciling the transcendent view with the view through the eyes of the participant in history Jenann Ismael Trustees of Columbia University in the City of New York $85,563 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2019 61340 Academic Ideas in the Public Sphere: Teaching Scientists and Philosophers How to Communicate with the ‘General Reader’ David DeSteno,
Lisa Barrett
Northeastern University $234,439 Public Engagement USA No
2019 61141 Accurately Measuring Religious Belief and Attitudes Around the World Azim Shariff,
Will Gervais
University of British Columbia $139,697 Human Sciences North America Yes
2019 61111 Characterizing and Predicting Variation in Representations of Gods across Culture and History Kurt Gray,
Joshua Jackson
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill $234,398 Human Sciences USA No
2019 60937 The Intellectual Humility of Psychological Scientists Before and After the Credibility Revolution Simine Vazire,
Alexa Tullett
The Regents of the University of California (University of California, Davis $233,018 Human Sciences USA No
2019 61279 Evangelical Theology and the Doctrine of Creation Thomas McCall,
Geoffrey Fulkerson
Trinity International University $4,163,270 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2019 61282 Character Virtue Development within Moral Ecology: A Proposal for a Fellows Program to Mine Moral Ecology Data Ryan Olson In Medias Res Educational Foundation $742,952 Character Virtue Development USA No
2019 61272 Adam Green – ACT Fellowship Application: Divine Hiddenness in Cross-Cultural Perspective Adam Green Azusa Pacific University $191,293 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2019 61303 Building the Alister Hardy Archive 2.0 : Planning Phase Wesley Wildman,
Leslie Francis
Center for Mind and Culture $234,697 Human Sciences USA No
2019 61288 Science and the Bible Exhibit Rena Opert,
Jeffrey Kloha
Museum of the Bible $3,620,325 Public Engagement USA No
2019 61188 Development of a scientific classification (taxonomy) of religious practices in health to rigourise the design and evaluation of interventions. Deborah Lycett,
Riya Patel
Coventry University $232,181 Human Sciences Europe No
2019 61292 Phase II – Moral Foundation of Movies: Examining the Virtuous Content and Financial Performance of Popular Films Rene Weber,
Stacy Smith
University of California Santa Barbara $234,219 Public Engagement USA No
2018 61122 Beyond Darwin – Establishing a Theory of Individual-Specific Adaptation, Complementary to Natural Selection Yoav Soen Weizmann Institute of Science $601,583 Natural Sciences Asia No
2019 61391 The Everything Happens Project Catherine Bowler,
Sara Hohnstein
Issachar Fund $210,180 Public Engagement USA Yes
2019 61330 Using Self-Reported Religiosity/Spirituality to Predict Mental Health Outcomes and Biological Correlates Myrna Weissman,
Connie Svob
Research Foundation for Mental Hygiene, Inc. $234,302 Human Sciences USA No
2019 61283 Consciousness and Free Will: A Joint Neuroscientific-Philosophical Investigation Uri Maoz Chapman University $5,344,062 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2019 61381 Ecclesial Theology and the Virtue of Forgiveness Gerald Hiestand Society for the Advancement of Ecclesial Theology $231,984 Public Engagement USA No
2019 61253 LATAM Bridges in the Epistemology of Religion Luis Oliveira University of Houston $1,309,905 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2019 61360 Thomistic Evolution and the Defense of Faith and Reason: Engaging Catholic Families, Philosophers, and Theologians Nicanor Austriaco,
Providence College $234,465 Public Engagement USA No
2019 61255 LATAM Free Will, Agency, and Responsibility Santiago Amaya,
Manuel Vargas
Universidad de los Andes $1,210,964 Philosophy and Theology South America No
2019 61307 Promoting a Morally-rich Culture of Freedom – Engaging Civil Society Leaders in Latin America Alejandro Chafuen Acton Institute for the Study of Religion and Liberty $840,000 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA No
2019 61187 What is Religious Experience? Validating and Testing the Inventory of Non-Ordinary Experiences Ann Taves,
Michael Barlev
University of California Santa Barbara $234,521 Human Sciences USA No
2018 61100 When and Why We Explain: Need for Explanation and Tolerance for Mystery in Science and Religion Tania Lombrozo The Trustees of Princeton University $549,864 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2019 61499 Project to Foster Intellectual Humility and Counter the Psychology of Tribalism Robert Wright Union Theological Seminary $233,999 Public Engagement USA Yes
2018 61140 From Benin to Mali: Expanding a social network innovation to reduce social barriers to unmet need for family planning Susan Igras,
Mariam Diakite
Georgetown University $217,000 Voluntary Family Planning USA No
2018 61104 Revealing the undiscovered forces that break matter-antimatter symmetry by measuring the shape of electrons Edward Hinds,
Michael Tarbutt
Imperial College London $1,154,799 Natural Sciences Europe No
2018 61152 Stanford Religious Liberty Clinic James Sonne Board of Trustees of the Leland Stanford Junior University $909,567 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA No
2018 61059 Pew-Templeton Global Religious Futures Project Phase V Alan Cooperman Pew Charitable Trusts $2,500,000 Human Sciences USA No
2018 61039 Small-Scale Fundamental Physics Block Grant Gerald Gabrielse,
Northwestern University $3,000,000 Natural Sciences USA No
2018 61238 Planning Grant: Identifying and Understanding the Scalability and Impact of Strategies that Promote Key Ethical and Performance Virtues in Children Richard Weissbourd,
Meredith Rowe
President and Fellows of Harvard College $234,800 Character Virtue Development USA No
2018 61073 Born to be kind or to become kinder? The role of mindsets in children’s kindness Arber Tasimi,
Carol Dweck
Board of Trustees of the Leland Stanford Junior University $201,221 Character Virtue Development USA No
2018 61113 Is Gratitude Only for the Self? Exploring the Benefits of Recalling, Sharing, Receiving, and Witnessing Sonja Lyubomirsky University of California, Riverside $410,858 Character Virtue Development USA No
2019 61300 The Big Ideas Series: Production, Distribution, and Evaluation, The World Science Festival (WSF) Tracy Day,
World Science Foundation $2,984,698 Public Engagement USA No
2019 61440 Science and Religion: A Dialogue of Cultures Thomas Levergood,
Michael Le Chevallier
The Lumen Christi Institute $234,767 Public Engagement USA No
2019 61127 Systematic Review and Analysis of US Federal Investments in Research on Religion and Health Crystal Park,
John Salsman
University of Connecticut $234,207 Human Sciences USA No
2019 61119 The Third Religion, Economics and Society (RES) Initiative: Making the Economic Study of Religion and Religious Markets a Field of the Future Jared Rubin,
Chapman University $325,346 Human Sciences USA No
2019 61075 Religion and human flourishing – new empirical approaches Tyler VanderWeele,
President and Fellows of Harvard College $1,226,926 Human Sciences USA No
2019 61309 The Genealogical Adam and Peaceful Science S. Joshua Swamidass,
Washington University in St. Louis $103,029 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2019 61156 Tracking and Understanding the Effects of Transformative Events in People’s Lives Rada Mihalcea,
James Pennebaker
Regents of the University of Michigan $1,684,328 Human Sciences USA No
2018 61110 Theologically Engaged Anthropology II: Why do religious beliefs at times change very quickly and what kinds of societal impacts do these changes have? James Lemons,
University of Georgia Research Foundation, Inc. $234,671 Natural Sciences USA No
2018 61149 Deconstructing the String Landscape Iosif Bena,
Commissariat à l'énergie atomique et aux énergies alternatives $200,670 Natural Sciences Europe No
2018 61108 Formal approaches to philosophy of religion and analytic theology Fábio Bertato,
Itala D'Ottaviano
Universidade Estadual de Campinas $228,675 Philosophy and Theology South America No
2018 61305 Rutgers Postdoctoral Fellowship in Science-Engaged Philosophy of Religion Dean Zimmerman,
Rutgers University Foundation $234,342 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2019 61106 The Philosophy, Theology, and Psychology of Christian Trust in God Daniel McKaughan,
Teresa Morgan,
Michael Pace
Boston College Trustees $994,071 Philosophy and Theology USA Yes
2019 61082 Divine forgiveness: Phase 1 Frank Fincham,
Florida State University Research Foundation Inc. $233,994 Human Sciences USA No
2018 61246 Spiritual Exemplars: A Global Project on Engaged Spirituality Donald Miller,
Megan Sweas
University of Southern California $2,865,794 Human Sciences USA No
2018 61280 A Scientific Approach to Living in Love: A Framework for the Future Sara Algoe The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill $1,816,313 Character Virtue Development USA Yes
2019 61247 Religion, Institutions, and the Global Common Good Research Project Timothy Shah,
Thomas Farr
Religious Freedom Institute $1,739,050 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA No
2016 59916 Understanding Supernatural Attributions: Types, Predictors, and Consequences Julie Exline,
Nick Stauner
Case Western Reserve University $2,439,772 Human Sciences USA No
2018 60930 Religion, Spirituality and Public Health: Training the Next Generation Douglas Oman,
S. (Sherman) Syme
Regents of the University of California at Berkeley $221,748 Human Sciences USA No
2019 61458 Greece 2021: Bicentennial of the Liberal Revolution Alexander Skouras,
Aristides Hatzis
Center for Liberal Studies - Markos Dragoumis $230,778 Individual Freedom and Free Markets Europe No
2018 61120 The Christian West and Islamic East: Theology, Science, and Knowledge Jon McGinnis,
William Dunaway
Curators of the University of Missouri $933,426 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2019 61124 Building bridges between traditional thought and analytical philosophy – Rethinking Divine Attributes in Islam and Christianity Klaus von Stosch University of Paderborn $147,100 Philosophy and Theology Europe No
2018 61286 Expanding the Audience for Science and Faith Ted Olsen,
Christianity Today International $220,408 Public Engagement USA No
2018 61131 Masculinities, Faith and Peace: Transforming partner, family, and community relationships in Nigeria Lauren Van Enk,
Georgetown University $1,471,470 Voluntary Family Planning USA No
2018 60831 A Planning Project to Uncover the Cognitive and Cultural Foundations of Gratitude Michael McCullough,
Eric Pedersen
University of Miami $195,186 Human Sciences USA No
2018 61089 Enduring Character Virtues: How After-School Organized Activities Support Character Development from Childhood through Young Adulthood Sandra Simpkins,
Deborah Vandell
University of California, Irvine $592,609 Character Virtue Development USA No
2018 61327 Promoting World Interfaith Harmony Week through the Parliament of the World’s Religions Larry Greenfield Council for a Parliament of the World's Religions $234,000 Public Engagement USA No
2018 61217 Practicing Forgiveness Tour Lindsay Morris,
Melissa Glen
The Nantucket Project Academy $324,053 Public Engagement USA No
2018 61214 The Honesty Project: A Planning Grant Christian Miller,
Wake Forest University $233,478 Character Virtue Development USA No
2018 61216 TNP Academy 2018 Community Program Lindsay Morris,
Melissa Glen
The Nantucket Project Academy $232,722 Public Engagement USA No
2018 61093 Kindling the Science of Joy: Conceptualizing and Measuring Joy Robert Emmons,
Philip Watkins
University of California, Davis $230,852 Human Sciences USA No
2018 61176 Religious Freedom: Communicating the Moral Foundations of Freedom and Human Flourishing Anne Bradley,
Art Lindsley
Institute for Faith, Work & Economics $234,800 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA No
2018 61112 Philosophy and Religion Engaged with the Public (PREP Workshops) Meghan Sullivan University of Notre Dame $234,794 Public Engagement USA No
2018 61144 Small Moments, Big Impact: Supporting Maternal Empathy by Adding Media to Child Health Services Mary Haggerty,
Barry Zuckerman
WGBH Educational Foundation $217,000 Character Virtue Development USA No
2018 61128 Faith and Science in Brazil: Disseminating the Dialogue Approach Roberto Covolan,
Guilherme de Carvalho
Associação Brasileira de Cristãos na Ciência $234,003 Philosophy and Theology South America No
2018 61295 SCP Graduate Fellowships for Science Cross-Training Round 3 Kevin Timpe,
Christian Miller
Society of Christian Philosophers $233,125 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2018 61184 Exploring the Informational Transitions Bridging Simple Chemistry and Minimal Life Sara Walker,
Paul Davies
Arizona State University Foundation for a New American University $2,904,374 Natural Sciences USA No
2018 61083 Sanctifying Everyday Difficulties: Motivational Consequences of Sanctifying Difficult Experiences Daphna Oyserman,
Veronica Yan
University of Southern California $216,493 Philosophy and Theology USA Yes
2018 61105 Dynamic Models for Basic Theory and Applications in Cultural Evolution Sergey Gavrilets,
Peter Richerson
University of Tenneesse--Knoxville $234,570 Natural Sciences USA No
2018 61239 Molecular insights into historical constraints on evolution Betul Kacar Arizona Board of Regents, University of Arizona $357,843 Natural Sciences USA Yes
2018 61150 Nudging Empathy: Harnessing Motivation to Create Sustainable Empathic Choices C. Daryl Cameron,
David DeSteno
Penn State University $234,800 Character Virtue Development USA Yes
2018 61063 Science and The God Question: Engaging Scottish Churches Together Iain Morris,
Karen Rollins
Search for Truth Charitable Trust $220,326 Public Engagement Europe No
2018 61151 Extending the Reach of Classical Liberal Ideas: Digital Curriculum Content for PPE Programs Jonathan Fortier,
Elisabeth McCaffrey
Institute for Humane Studies $217,400 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA No
2018 61061 Reasoning in moral thought and action Liane Young,
Fiery Cushman
Boston College Trustees $2,743,961 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2018 61178 Can Leadership Virtues be Taught? Developing Virtuous School Leaders Melinda Bier,
Marvin Berkowitz
Curators of the University of Missouri $2,473,578 Character Virtue Development USA No
2018 61115 Conjunctive Explanations: how Science and Religion can work together (CESAR) David Glass,
Jonah Schupbach
University of Ulster $485,114 Philosophy and Theology Europe No
2018 55208 Planning Grant for an Online Encyclopaedia of Theology: An Internet Resource for Theology’s Future Steve Holmes,
Brendan Wolfe
University Court of the University of St Andrews $225,562 Philosophy and Theology Europe No
2018 61080 The Development and Consequences of Moralizing God Concepts Larisa Heiphetz,
Trustees of Columbia University in the City of New York $550,582 Human Sciences USA No
2018 61129 Directionality in the origination of mutation: Empirical tests of whether mutation in the human genome is non-random yet not Lamarckian Adi Livnat,
Karl Skorecki
University of Haifa $900,631 Natural Sciences Asia No
2018 61142 Translation and Publication of 14 Key Science and Religion Volumes into Spanish RAMON DIEZ,
JOSE MANUEL CAAMAÑO
Universidad Pontificia Comillas $216,440 Philosophy and Theology Europe No
2018 61157 Synthesizing Empirical Findings and Theory in the Scientific Study of Religion Connor Wood,
Wesley Wildman
Center for Mind and Culture $234,784 Public Engagement USA No
2018 61135 Advancing Knowledge of Philanthropy through Research and Dissemination of the Global Indices Una Osili Trustees of Indiana University $175,825 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA No
2018 60932 Purpose, The Pastor, and Charles Taylor Andrew Root,
David Wood
Luther Seminary $115,000 Natural Sciences USA No
2018 61213 Developing Capacity in Islamic Philosophy and Theology in Jordan Ahmad Jadallah Phi Science Institute $233,994 Philosophy and Theology Asia No
2019 61070 Laws, Determinism, and Divine Action Jeffrey Koperski Saginaw Valley State University $89,787 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2018 61291 The Goodness Project Daniel Honan,
Melissa Glen
The Nantucket Project Academy $233,950 Public Engagement USA No
2018 61103 Building Collaborations in Science-Engaged Theological Anthropology: A Planning Project Jesse Couenhoven,
Gerald McKenny
Villanova University $227,700 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2018 61245 Mental Healthcare, Virtue, and Human Flourishing Steven Sandage,
Jesse Owen
Trustees of Boston University $234,440 Character Virtue Development USA No
2018 61174 Epigenetic Diagnostics for Preventative Medicine Michael Skinner,
Washington State University $2,936,242 Genetics USA No
2018 61137 Extending the reach of voluntary family planning services to the community level in Uganda through community-based health workers Emilie Chambert,
Peter Kaddu
Living Goods $1,246,619 Voluntary Family Planning USA No
2018 61136 Becoming Ethical People: A Study of Character Development among Students in EL Education Schools Sara Rimm-Kaufman,
Beth Miller
EL Education, Inc. $715,156 Character Virtue Development USA No
2018 61098 Geometric Phases and Symmetric Quantum Measurements Christopher Fuchs,
Blake Stacey
University of Massachusetts $211,370 Natural Sciences USA No
2018 61066 Using Big Data to Quantify and Cultivate Genius Albert-Laszlo Barabasi,
Roberta Sinatra
Northeastern University $2,000,000 Exceptional Cognitive Talent and Genius USA Yes
2018 61107 Mental health literacy and support in congregations Brandon Vaidyanathan The Catholic University of America $216,787 Human Sciences USA No
2018 61231 Beyond the Written Word: Video and Audio on Science, Faith, and Human Identity Deborah Haarsma,
James Stump
BioLogos Foundation Inc $1,699,766 Public Engagement USA No
2018 61084 Causality in the quantum world: harnessing quantum effects in causal inference problems. Fabio Sciarrino,
Rafael Chaves
Università Degli studi di Roma "La Sapienza" $202,978 Natural Sciences Europe No
2018 61181 One Mission, Two Continents: Taking Freedom Global Through UFM Campus Madrid Gonzalo Melián,
Gabriel Calzada
Universidad Francisco Marroquín $1,499,264 Individual Freedom and Free Markets North America No
2018 61185 Religious Innovators and Flourishing Congregations Richard Flory,
University of Southern California $231,804 Human Sciences USA No
2018 61147 Austrian Economics in the 21st Century Adam Martin,
Daniel D'Amico
Texas Tech University $1,671,980 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA No
2018 61143 Biology, Cosmology, and Theological Ethics Fred Simmons Princeton Theological Seminary $108,888 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2018 61095 The Problem of Evil and Experimental Philosophy of Religion Ian Church,
Justin Barrett
Hillsdale College $220,421 Philosophy and Theology USA Yes
2018 60754 The Nature of Quantum Reality and Its Relation to the Classical World Christoph Adami Michigan State University $200,000 Natural Sciences USA No
2018 61081 Ignorance and Bliss: Wonder, Divine Mystery and the Transformation of Theology Sameer Yadav,
Westmont College $94,713 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2018 61102 A Fractured Universe – Fundamental Physics, Symmetry and Life Luke Barnes,
Western Sydney University $220,820 Natural Sciences Oceania Yes
2018 61126 Worship: A Jewish Philosophical Investigation Aaron Segal,
Samuel Lebens
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem $234,575 Philosophy and Theology Europe Yes
2018 60919 What shall we call God? An investigation of the role of metaphor in religious cognition. Adam Fetterman,
Brian Meier
The University of Texas at El Paso $85,156 Human Sciences USA No
2018 61186 Strengthening Protestant Theology & Science Engagement in Latin America Ben Peays,
Steven Morales
The Gospel Coalition, Inc. $234,000 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2018 61015 T. Ryan Byerly – ACT Fellowship Application T. Ryan Byerly,
The University of Sheffield $207,405 Philosophy and Theology Europe No
2018 61221 Character Strength Interventions in Adolescents: Engaging Scholars and Practitioners to Promote Virtue Development Sarah Schnitker,
Benjamin Houltberg
Baylor University $2,616,084 Character Virtue Development USA No
2018 61077 Does Self-Giving Love Require an Evolutionary World? Evolutionary Theodicy in Light of the Mystical Tradition Mats Wahlberg,
Umeå University $133,130 Philosophy and Theology Europe Yes
2018 60953 Getting at the Heart of Cross-Cultural Differences in Generosity: Explaining How Individual, Contextual, and Cultural Factors Shape Prosocial Behavior Zhansheng Chen,
C. Nathan DeWall
The University of Hong Kong $210,804 Human Sciences Asia No
2018 61237 Expanding ORBITER Magazine Clare Cole,
Sword and Spoon Workshop $234,513 Public Engagement USA No
2017 61222 Leaps in cosmology: gravitational wave detection with quantum systems Ivette Fuentes,
David Bruschi
University of Nottingham $52,297 Natural Sciences Europe No
2018 60939 Development and Validation of an Innovative Measure of Implicit and Explicit Religious Beliefs Crystal Park,
University of Connecticut $234,800 Human Sciences USA No
2018 61048 New Directions in Philosophy of Cosmology Christopher Smeenk,
James Weatherall
The University of Western Ontario $1,369,872 Philosophy and Theology North America No
2018 60984 Eastern European Perspectives on Science, Theology and Humane Philosophy Andrew Pinsent,
Chancellor, Masters and Scholars of the University of Oxford $234,565 Public Engagement Europe No
2018 61013 John Schwenkler – ACT Fellowship Application John Schwenkler,
Florida State University $217,339 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2018 61012 Christian Moral Wisdom and Contemporary Psychology Timothy Pawl,
University of St. Thomas $217,240 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2018 60878 On Human Natures: Psychological Science in the Service of Theology, Seminars for Theologians Justin Barrett,
Rebecca Sok
Fuller Theological Seminary $1,419,132 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2018 61032 ENGAGING THE MOSQUE AND THE CHURCH IN WEST AFRICA: OBJECTIVES, STRATEGY & FEASIBILITY John Azumah,
Larry Smith
ScholarLeaders International $205,618 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2017 55973 The Alfred Russel Wallace Correspondence Project George Beccaloni,
The Charles Darwin Trust $612,380 Natural Sciences Europe No
2018 61210 Propagating the message of Honor and Honoring to both Singaporean and non-Singaporean audiences Siong Guan Lim,
Kingsley Loh
Honour (Singapore) Ltd $40,000 Character Virtue Development Asia No
2017 61045 Scientists in Synagogues Geoffrey Mitelman,
Clal - The National Jewish Center for Learning and Leadership $217,400 Public Engagement USA No
2018 60929 Constitutionalism: the political theory and political science of a free society Jacob Levy,
Victor Muñiz-Fraticelli
McGill University $211,438 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA No
2018 61284 #CultivatingCharacter: Phase One of A Global Movement to Shift the Paradigms of Social Media Tiffany Shlain,
Let it Ripple, Inc $234,600 Character Virtue Development USA No
2018 61175 Character Lab Research Network: Revolutionizing Research on Character Development Angela Duckworth,
Sean Talamas
The Character Lab $3,717,258 Character Virtue Development USA No
2018 61014 Nathan Ballantyne – ACT Fellowship Application Nathan Ballantyne,
Fordham University $152,401 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2018 61117 The Foundations of Fine-Tuning John Hawthorne University of Southern California $234,800 Philosophy and Theology USA Yes
2018 60936 Emotional and Rational Contributions to the Processing of Religious Beliefs: A Neurodevelopmental Study of Children, Adolescents and Adults Valdas Noreika,
Tristan Bekinschtein
University of Cambridge $227,649 Human Sciences Europe No
2018 61065 The Free Markets Series on PBS Affiliates, Seasons 5 & 6 Michel Kelly-Gagnon,
Institut économique de Montréal $216,570 Individual Freedom and Free Markets North America No
2018 61109 NOVA Programming on Quantum Entanglement Chris Schmidt WGBH Educational Foundation $217,400 Public Engagement USA No
2018 60971 Fostering spiritual and religious competencies in mental health care Kenneth Pargament,
Bowling Green State University $234,770 Human Sciences USA No
2018 61180 Intellectual Virtues Academy High School – Capacity-Building, Research, & Dissemination James McGrath,
Jason Baehr
Intellectual Virtues Academy of Long Beach $1,520,159 Character Virtue Development USA No
2018 61051 Scientists in Congregations: Evaluating Phase 1 and Planning Phase 2 Greg Cootsona,
Andrew Rick-Miller
Fuller Theological Seminary $46,710 Public Engagement USA No
2018 61138 Building virtue: environmental and social influences on the development of fairness, forgiveness, honesty, and trustworthiness Katherine McAuliffe,
Liane Young
Boston College Trustees $946,264 Character Virtue Development USA No
2018 61088 Building a Free Society, One Conversation at a Time Jennifer Thompson,
Bethany Erber
Center for the Study of Liberty, Inc. $234,758 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA No
2018 60931 PROVOKE THINKING, IGNITE FREEDOM. Eduardo Marty,
Maria Marty
FRI Fundación Educación para el Futuro y la Responsabilidad Intelectual $217,341 Individual Freedom and Free Markets South America No
2017 61205 Closer to Truth Programming on Fine Tuning: Post-Production, Distribution and Marketing Robert Kuhn,
Peter Getzels
The Kuhn Foundation $267,817 Public Engagement USA No
2018 61086 Science and Religion in Spanish Schools Javier Sánchez-Cañizares,
Rubén Herce
University of Navarra $181,131 Public Engagement Europe No
2018 61099 Epigenetic Entrainment: A New Driver for Evolutionary Change Cheryl Walker,
David Reiner
Baylor College of Medicine $1,584,314 Natural Sciences USA No
2018 61091 Essential Scholars of Classical Liberalism: Bringing Timeless Ideas to New Audiences Jason Clemens,
The Fraser Institute $925,236 Individual Freedom and Free Markets North America No
2018 61139 Global Christianity at Your Fingertips: Providing Online Access to Global Christian Theology, Starting with Africa Benno van den Toren,
Protestant Theological University $168,580 Natural Sciences Europe No
2017 60648 Heritability is not random: Evidence for a mechanism of heritable somatic cell adaptations Guy Barry QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute $132,853 Genetics Oceania No
2018 61130 Doing Development Differently: Empowering millions to escape poverty by advancing a new philanthropic strategy for economic development Matt Warner,
Brad Lips
Atlas Economic Research Foundation $3,095,213 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA No
2018 61235 Thomistic Institute Science and Religion Initiative on University Campuses Dominic Legge,
Pontifical Faculty of the Immaculate Conception at the Dominican House of Studies $229,833 Public Engagement USA No
2018 61079 The Character and Virtue Development in Youth Ministry Planning Project Kara Powell,
Tyler Greenway
Fuller Theological Seminary $234,797 Character Virtue Development USA No
2018 61242 Science and the Big Questions Aggregator Website: Phase 3 Marc Kaufman,
Heather Wax
Science Sites Inc. $234,600 Public Engagement USA No
2018 61258 Developing and Elevating Student Voices at Leading Universities Andrew Schuman,
Veritas Forum Inc. $225,466 Public Engagement USA No
2018 61229 Family Purpose in the 21st Century: Understanding and Fostering Family Purpose for Families with Extraordinary Responsibilities Kendall Bronk,
Tarek el Sehity
Claremont Graduate University $234,735 Human Sciences USA No
2018 60738 Certain Religious Beliefs May Foster Resilience in the Face of Economic Adversity Jazmin Brown-Iannuzzi,
Will Gervais
University of Kentucky Research Foundation $234,800 Human Sciences USA No
2017 60814 A long-term arrow of protein evolutionary time Joanna Masel University of Arizona $642,000 Natural Sciences USA No
2017 60742 A chance to equality in health: Is people’s health determined by ancestral environmental exposures? Patrick Allard,
Amander Clark
University of California, Los Angeles $1,098,673 Genetics USA Yes
2012 37438 Enhancing the Human Experience through Behavioral Science: New Paths to Purpose Richard Thaler,
Eugene Caruso
University of Chicago $3,594,166 Human Sciences USA No
2017 60820 Quantum limits of the measurement of motion Eugene Polzik Niels Bohr Institute, University of Copenhagen $905,666 Natural Sciences Europe No
2017 60960 The Illumination Tour Holly Gordon,
The Community Foundation for Nantucket $324,061 Public Engagement USA No
2018 60813 The Geography of Philosophy: An Interdisciplinary Cross-Cultural Exploration of Universality and Diversity in Fundamental Philosophical Concepts Edouard Machery,
Stephen Stich
University of Pittsburgh $2,569,563 Philosophy and Theology USA Yes
2017 60997 Narrative Conceptions of the Self in Psychology, Philosophy, and Theology: A Planning Grant Michael Rea,
Samuel Newlands
University of Notre Dame du Lac $217,400 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2017 61029 Alvin Plantinga Explainer Video Series Michael Rea,
Samuel Newlands
University of Notre Dame $270,782 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2017 60851 Healthy Timing & Spacing of Pregnancy Challenge: Faith Leaders and community support women to use family planning for healthier mothers and children Susan Otchere,
Bevalyn Kodogo
World Vision, Inc. $1,020,000 Voluntary Family Planning USA No
2017 60815 Wonder-full education and human flourishing; stimulating children’s learning, morality, and spirituality Anders Schinkel,
Doret De Ruyter
Vrije Universiteit $938,450 Character Virtue Development Europe No
2018 60853 Institute for the Study of Constitutionalism Jeffrey Rosen,
Lesley Albanese
National Constitution Center $2,000,148 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA No
2018 60817 Core Documents and Core Questions on American Freedom David Tucker,
Ashbrook Center at Ashland University $1,414,424 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA No
2018 60818 Law & Freedom Digital Library Daniel Richards,
The Federalist Society for Law and Public Policy $1,412,658 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA No
2017 60969 Unfolding Quantum Intuition Jacob Friis Sherson,
Department of Physics and Astronomy, Aarhus University $1,498,583 Natural Sciences Europe Yes
2017 60740 Tearing down the Myths about Socialism and the Welfare State Peter Gonda,
Peter Zajac
Conservative Institute of M. R. Štefánik $205,071 Individual Freedom and Free Markets Europe No
2017 60847 Infants’ and Toddlers’ Evaluations of Moral Character Renee Baillargeon,
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign $614,061 Character Virtue Development USA No
2017 60957 Paternal Transgenerational Epigenetic Legacy from Use of Cannabis Susan Murphy,
Edward Levin
Duke University Medical Center $2,986,077 Genetics USA No
2017 60915 Transforming the Study of Religion and Spirituality by Promoting the Use of Field Experiments Bradley Wright,
University of Connecticut $214,399 Human Sciences USA No
2017 60842 A new dawn of intuitionism: mathematical and philosophical advances Michael Rathjen,
Olaf Beyersdorff
University of Leeds $766,193 Natural Sciences Europe No
2017 61021 Synergos Spiritual Civilization Group Melissa Durda,
Synergos Institute $115,000 Public Engagement USA No
2017 61034 Creating and Pilot Testing a Seminarian Character/Virtue and Spiritual Development Program Assessment Instrument David Wang,
Peter Hill
Biola University $234,797 Character Virtue Development USA No
2018 60807 Work, Self-governance, and the Challenge of Unsustainable Dependency Peter Boettke,
Roberta Herzberg
Mercatus Center at George Mason University $1,776,750 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA No
2018 60860 Freedom Forum Global Expansion Thor Halvorssen,
Alex Gladstein
Human Rights Foundation $3,074,788 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA Yes
2017 61027 Veritas Plantinga Writing Project and “Plantinga Week” Andrew Schuman,
Veritas Forum Inc. $36,750 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2018 61199 Center for Open Science – Openness, integrity, and reproducibility: Aligning scientific practices with scientific values to accelerate discovery Brian Nosek,
Timothy Errington
Center for Open Science, Inc. $1,500,000 Human Sciences USA No
2015 44040 Earth as a School: Finding Meaning, Relating to God, and Experiencing Growth After a Natural Disaster Jamie Aten,
Edward Davis
Wheaton College $1,887,209 Human Sciences USA No
2018 60862 Opportunity M: The Fast Track to Find Other Inhabited Worlds David Charbonneau,
David Latham
President and Fellows of Harvard College $2,500,000 Natural Sciences USA Yes
2013 42052 The Big C Project Robert Bilder,
Susan Bookheimer
Regents University of California Los Angeles $600,278 Human Sciences USA No
2018 60734 Understanding the Nature and Consequences of Religious Deidentification Daryl R. Van Tongeren,
C. Nathan DeWall
Hope College $234,746 Human Sciences USA No
2017 60779 Science Literacy Project: Harnessing the Next Generation of Biotechnology Innovation Practical and Ethical Challenges Jon Entine,
Genetic Literacy Project, divison of Science Literacy Project $892,285 Genetics USA No
2018 60841 Humility in Theology for Muslim Teachers of Science (and Religion) Athar Osama,
Nidhal Guessoum
Muslim World Science Initiative $217,363 Public Engagement Europe No
2017 60928 Beyond Positivism: Re-Imagining the Social Sciences? Philip Gorski,
Yale University $214,619 Human Sciences USA No
2017 60926 The Magi Project: Religious belief in the era of modern astrophysics Marisa March,
Daniel Cheely
Collegium Institute $219,336 Public Engagement USA No
2018 60811 Constructing Objective Biological Criteria of Health Paul Griffiths,
Pierrick Bourrat
The University of Sydney $595,263 Natural Sciences Oceania No
2017 60706 Hong Yu Wong- ACT Fellowship Application – The New Concept of Mind Hong Yu Wong,
University of Tübingen $224,923 Philosophy and Theology Europe No
2017 60973 The Boundaries of Life Research Initiative: Asking fundamental questions about the origins, evolution and diversity of life on Earth and beyond Nathan Wolfe,
Global Viral $3,799,981 Natural Sciences USA No
2018 60914 Consciousness and creativity in the Neolithic at Çatalhöyük, Turkey Ian Hodder Stanford University $212,405 Natural Sciences USA Yes
2017 60802 Evolution, ethics, and human origins: A deep-time perspective on human morality Helen De Cruz,
Johan De Smedt
Oxford Brookes University $136,061 Philosophy and Theology Europe No
2017 60965 Exploring Human Mind, Brain and Consciousness During Death: A Combined Prospective and Retrospective Study Sam Parnia,
New York University School of Medicine $1,820,606 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2017 60806 Faith Development Revisited. Longitudinal, Cross-cultural and Multi-method Research on the Development of Religious Styles Heinz Streib,
Ralph Hood
Universität Bielefeld $1,416,212 Human Sciences Europe No
2018 60801 Character Strength Interventions in Adolescents: Engaging Scholars and Practitioners to Promote Virtue Development Sarah Schnitker,
Benjamin Houltberg
Fuller Theological Seminary $2,616,085 Character Virtue Development USA No
2017 60983 The Nature of Reason in Western and Jewish Perspectives: An Interdisciplinary Seminar for High School Students Mark Gottlieb,
Gabi Weinberg
The Tikvah Fund $203,658 Public Engagement USA No
2017 61030 Divine Providence: Perspectives from Latin America Ignacio Silva Universidad Austral $207,681 Philosophy and Theology South America No
2017 60947 Time, Freedom, and Physics: reconciling immanent and transcendent views Jenann Ismael,
Arizona Board of Regents, University of Arizona $36,737 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2018 60956 Science for Seminaries: Phase II Jennifer Wiseman,
Se Kim
American Association for the Advancement of Science $6,182,109 Public Engagement USA No
2017 60844 The Virtue of Curiosity: How Eagerness to Learn Fosters Learning, Creativity and Engagement Daphna Shohamy,
Jonathan Schooler
Columbia University $1,926,378 Character Virtue Development USA Yes
2017 61035 Modeling Religion: Simulating the Social Effects of Religion with Cognitively Complex Agents Wesley Wildman,
Center for Mind and Culture $691,419 Human Sciences USA No
2017 61037 SCP Graduate Fellowships for Science Cross-Training Round 2 Kevin Timpe,
Christian Miller
Society of Christian Philosophers $221,683 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2018 60882 Cooperation and Interpretation in the Emergence of Life Christopher Southgate,
Niles Lehman
University of Exeter $630,791 Natural Sciences Europe No
2017 60857 Global Resilience Oral Workshops (GROW) Zambia: A Storytelling Approach to Hope and Resilience through Character Training and Spiritual Practices Sion Harris,
Paul Seale
Boston Children's Hospital $234,649 Character Virtue Development USA No
2018 60854 #KeepItOn: A Project to Promote Fundamental Freedoms and Free Markets by Fighting the Growing Use of Internet Shutdowns Worldwide Pete Micek,
Deji Olukotun
Access Now $200,000 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA No
2017 60996 ‘Kalam at Edinburgh’ Project: a two-day conference on ‘Reframing Islamic Philosophy’ Mona Siddiqui University of Edinburgh $73,269 Philosophy and Theology Europe No
2014 48536 Religious Competition and Creative Innovation: Los Angeles and Seoul, South Korea Richard Flory,
Brie Loskota
University of Southern California $2,599,725 Human Sciences USA No
2017 60864 A Christian Guide to High School Biology Kathryn Applegate,
BioLogos Foundation Inc $233,769 Public Engagement USA No
2014 29165 A Darwinian Reconciliation: The Evolutionary Psychology of Human Forgiveness Michael McCullough,
Robert Kurzban
University of Miami $1,909,514 Human Sciences USA No
2014 48503 Tracking and Understanding Cultural Values using Big Data Rada Mihalcea,
James Pennebaker
Regents of the University of Michigan $848,662 Human Sciences USA No
2013 36094 Religious and Spiritual Struggle: Predictors, Pathways, and Potential for Growth and Transformation Julie Exline,
Kenneth Pargament
Case Western Reserve University $1,376,073 Human Sciences USA No
2014 29151 Doing the Right Thing: Intentional Self Regulation and the Promotion of Character Development Jacqueline Lerner,
Sara Johnson
Boston College Trustees $1,960,064 Character Virtue Development USA No
2013 41694 Movieguide® and the Annual Faith & Values Awards Gala and Report to the Entertainment Industry featuring the Epiphany, Kairos, and Chronos Prizes Theodore Baehr,
Good News Communications Inc. $2,700,000 Character Virtue Development USA No
2013 27997 Character Development through Service and Reduced Recidivism Maria Pagano,
Byron Johnson
Case Western Reserve University $1,271,585 Human Sciences USA No
2015 52287 The Origin of Species in Action: Synthesizing Experimental Studies of Evolution with Genomics Jonathan Losos,
Dolph Schluter
President and Fellows of Harvard College $1,641,577 Natural Sciences USA No
2014 51504 “Can GM Crops Help to Feed the World?”: Next Steps and New Directions David Bennett,
Cambridge Biomedical Consultants LTD. $451,289 Genetics Europe No
2014 48313 The Real Adam Smith Thomas Skinner,
Robert Chitester
Free to Choose Network $1,600,000 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA No
2013 39906 Torchbearers of Liberty: Teaching young people the virtues that uphold Liberty and will help them succeed as productive, ethical citizens Gwen Borowsky,
Kevin Orangers
National Liberty Museum $2,501,700 Character Virtue Development USA No
2017 60944 Dyadic hope in the transition to parenthood: Longer-term follow-up and imagery-based intervention Eshkol Rafaeli Bar-Ilan University $217,361 Character Virtue Development Europe No
2014 51663 Unfolding the dynamics of creativity, novelties and innovation Vittorio Loreto,
Universita' di Roma La Sapienza $687,013 Natural Sciences Europe No
2014 52515 Science, Philosophy, and Theology: Capability Building in Latin America Andrew Pinsent,
Ignacio Silva
Chancellor, Masters and Scholars of the University of Oxford $1,954,372 Philosophy and Theology Europe No
2018 60968 National Survey of Religious Leaders Mark Chaves,
Duke University $1,857,721 Human Sciences USA No
2013 38741 Promoting the Philosophy of Religion at Rutgers University Dean Zimmerman,
Rutgers University Foundation $2,736,146 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2012 37425 Randomness and Divine Providence Jim Bradley,
Calvin College $1,693,831 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2013 40463 The Prosocial Brain: Evolution of the Human Capacity for Empathy, Compassion and Cooperation Elliott Albers,
Georgia State University Research Foundation $3,382,664 Human Sciences USA No
2014 54575 Planning Grant: Theology of Joy Miroslav Volf,
Yale University $197,739 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2013 40076 The Science of Generosity – Phase II Christian Smith,
University of Notre Dame $394,220 Human Sciences USA No
2013 34837 Prayer Vision: How Spiritual Practices Determine the World You See Kevin Ladd,
Trustees of Indiana University $987,058 Human Sciences USA No
2013 39670 GWish-Templeton Reflective Rounds: Sustaining Spirituality-Based Competencies in Medical Education Christina Puchalski,
Benjamin Blatt
George Washington University $558,502 Human Sciences USA No
2012 36617 Creativity and Cooperation in the Dynamics of the Lexicon: from Lexis to Logos Janet Pierrehumbert,
Jennifer Hay
Northwestern University $2,734,477 Human Sciences USA Yes
2012 35923 Children’s imaginary worlds and the development of creativity and moral judgment Marjorie Taylor,
Candice Mottweiler
University of Oregon $265,190 Human Sciences USA No
2013 29245 The neurology of religious cognition and religious experience Patrick McNamara,
Boston VA Research Institute, Inc. $1,639,121 Human Sciences USA No
2014 44444 Science for Ministry in Japan: The Theory and Practice of Christian Ministry in the Face of Natural Disasters Hisakazu Inagaki,
Yoichi Yamaguchi
Tokyo Christian Institute $196,261 Public Engagement Asia No
2015 55273 Science and Theology in Oxford — Building Capacity Through Support of the Idreos Chair and Coordinated Research Opportunities Project Phase II Alister McGrath,
Chancellor, Masters and Scholars of the University of Oxford $811,389 Natural Sciences Europe No
2014 46919 Integrating Generic and Genetic Explanations of Biological Phenomena Alan Love,
William Wimsatt
Regents of the University of Minnesota $422,457 Natural Sciences USA No
2013 40603 The Emergence of Prosocial Religions: How Cultural Evolution Favored Beliefs and Rituals that Galvanize Large-scale Cooperation Ara Norenzayan,
Joseph Henrich
University of British Columbia $785,099 Natural Sciences North America No
2014 44058 The role of iRNA in the evolutionary process Oded Rechavi,
Tel Aviv University $852,610 Natural Sciences Europe No
2013 41855 Coevolution, convergence, and the origins of biodiversity Anurag Agrawal,
Susanne Dobler
Cornell University $1,034,999 Natural Sciences USA No
2013 40166 Establishing a Theological and Cultural Foundation for Freedom of Conscience in the Muslim World Holland Taylor,
LibForAll Foundation $1,311,160 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA No
2014 52272 The ARTHUR Interactive Media Study: An Evaluation of a Technology-Based Curriculum to Promote Character Development and Prosocial Behavior Carol Greenwald,
Richard Lerner
WGBH Educational Foundation $2,140,334 Character Virtue Development USA Yes
2015 58792 Human Agency: Genetics, Epigenetics, Philosophy, and Complex Behavior Eric Turkheimer,
University of Virginia $5,126,701 Genetics USA No
2015 52476 Exploring the Edge of the Visible Universe – and Just Beyond Andrew Strominger,
President and Fellows of Harvard College $600,000 Natural Sciences USA No
2013 43770 Fossils from Beyond the Big Bang Marc Kamionkowski,
Joseph Silk
The Johns Hopkins University $1,300,000 Natural Sciences USA No
2014 54921 On Being Engages a Wide Audience in Innovative Multi-Media Exploration of Science and the Big Questions Krista Tippett,
Liliana Percy
Krista Tippett Public Productions $899,832 Public Engagement USA No
2013 50181 Science for Ministry in Poland Michael Heller,
Bartosz Brozek
Copernicus Center for Interdisciplinary Studies $763,075 Public Engagement Europe No
2014 47842 The Dialogue of Science & Faith: Deepening the University Conversation David Hobbet,
Rebecca McLaughlin
Veritas Forum Inc. $581,157 Public Engagement USA No
2013 40514 Tibetan Buddhist Leaders Science Network Bryce Johnson,
Julie Yu
Exploratorium $770,192 Public Engagement USA No
2013 49416 Arete Big Questions Accelerator Donald Levy,
University of Chicago $3,558,995 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2014 52536 Quantum Hamiltonian Complexity: Taming Quantum Systems Umesh Vazirani,
Regents of the University of California at Berkeley $520,000 Natural Sciences USA No
2014 52034 Infants’ Expectations about Ingroup Love Renee Baillargeon Board of Trustees of the University of Illinois $499,781 Human Sciences USA No
2014 48036 Science and the Big Questions: Roundtable Series on the Physical and Spiritual World, the Brain-Mind Connection, and Human Development and Genetics Edward Nersessian,
Robert Penzer
The Helix Center Inc. $109,879 Public Engagement USA No
2015 58412 Inspiring Youth Purpose through Reflection on the Laws of Life: Improving, Implementing, Evaluating & Researching the Inspire>Aspire Poster Program Jennifer Urban,
Miriam Linver
Montclair State University $1,796,560 Character Virtue Development USA No
2014 44178 Reflecting on the Laws of Life: A Systems Evaluation Planning Project and Process Evaluation Jennifer Urban,
Miriam Linver
Montclair State University Foundation Inc. $195,775 Character Virtue Development South America No
2017 39933 Transformative Britain James Arthur,
University of Birmingham $5,747,960 Character Virtue Development Europe No
2012 40965 The Laws of Life Essay Contest: An Evaluation of the Longest-Running and Original Character Writing Program Sherry Hamby,
The University of the South $1,148,241 Character Virtue Development USA No
2013 40986 Science for Seminaries: Integrating Science into Core Theological Education Jennifer Wiseman,
American Association for the Advancement of Science [AAAS] $3,756,464 Public Engagement USA No
2014 52506 Generosity for Life: The Science and Imagination of Living Generously Una Osili,
Mark Ottoni-Wilhelm
Trustees of Indiana University $2,867,145 Human Sciences USA No
2014 47830 Inflation, the Multiverse, and Holography Leonard Susskind,
Andrei Linde
Board of Trustees of the Leland Stanford Junior University $878,438 Natural Sciences USA No
2014 54282 Human Flourishing and Critical Realism in the Social Sciences Philip Gorski,
Margarita Mooney
Yale University $2,458,952 Human Sciences USA Yes
2018 60819 Create a Center for Principled Entrepreneurship in China to Educate Youth, Provide Research & Thought Leadership to Transform a Free Market in Crisis Alice Chou,
Judy WU
Junior Achievement International China $1,950,570 Individual Freedom and Free Markets Asia No
2017 60959 Expanding Public Imagination about Science, Deep Thinking, and the Human Enterprise Liliana Percy Krista Tippett Public Productions $1,199,999 Public Engagement USA No
2017 60825 Roundtables on Science and Religion David Thom,
The Leadership Connection Inc. $210,000 Public Engagement USA No
2017 60593 BiteScis: K12 Research Brief Engagement Pilot Cara Battersby,
Erica Kimmerling
University of Connecticut $215,521 Natural Sciences USA No
2017 60986 Bringing Forefront Science to Religion Reporters Jennifer Wiseman,
Se Kim
American Association for the Advancement of Science [AAAS] $170,580 Public Engagement USA No
2017 60923 The Character Course: Design, dissemination and evaluation of a church-based small group programme for character development Roger Bretherton,
University of Lincoln $206,326 Character Virtue Development Europe No
2017 59257 Expansion of Faraday Institute: the next 20 years Robert White,
Keith Fox
The Faraday Trust for Science and Religion $2,413,672 Natural Sciences Europe No
2017 60942 Building an Abrahamic Scholarly Community Kelly James Clark,
Kaufman Interfaith Institute $214,079 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2017 60658 Demographics and Entrepreneurship Jason Clemens,
The Fraser Institute $150,479 Individual Freedom and Free Markets North America No
2017 60692 Generating New Creative Media on Science and Faith for Children Denis Alexander,
Lizzie Coyle
The Faraday Trust for Science and Religion $898,056 Natural Sciences Europe No
2017 61028 SCP Plantinga Reading Groups Kevin Timpe,
Society of Christian Philosophers $88,101 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2017 60927 High Fertility and Child Flourishing: The Success of Religions John Shaver,
University of Otago $82,404 Human Sciences Oceania No
2017 60836 The Embodiment of Worship: Relations Among Postural, Psychological, and Physiological Aspects of Religious Practice Patty Van Cappellen,
Duke University $554,790 Human Sciences USA Yes
2017 60941 Scaling Up a Compelling Mussar-Based Teen Curriculum Steven Kraus,
Alan Morinis
The Mussar Institute $217,359 Character Virtue Development USA No
2017 60987 Science and the Big Questions Aggregator Website: Phase 2 Marc Kaufman,
Heather Wax
Science Sites, Inc $212,750 Public Engagement USA No
2017 60985 Orbiter – Science and Meaning Content Website Cathy Fair,
Sword & Spoon Workshop $217,242 Public Engagement USA No
2017 60991 Project to Promote Public Discourse at the Intersection of Science and Spirituality Robert Wright Union Theological Seminary $215,000 Public Engagement USA No
2017 60798 Gratitude as a Fount of Virtue: Examining How Gratitude Fosters Other Noble Character Traits David DeSteno,
Northeastern University $216,605 Character Virtue Development USA No
2017 60958 TNP Academy Community and Scholars Program Daniel Honan,
Lindsay Morris
Community Foundation for Nantucket $217,000 Public Engagement USA No
2017 60757 Startup Innovation: The Role of Regulation in Entrepreneurship Richard Epstein,
Liya Palagashvili
New York University (School of Law) $210,910 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA No
2017 60736 Building Virtues through College Admissions: Developing Effective, Authentic Assessments that Positively Motivate Student Behavior Richard Weissbourd,
Harvard University $349,556 Character Virtue Development USA Yes
2017 60708 How are life and consciousness, respectively, characterized, and how are their relations to each other best understood? Michael Kirchhoff,
University of Wollongong $43,100 Philosophy and Theology Oceania No
2018 60705 Exploring quantum theories to understand reality Alyssa Ney,
University of California, Davis $227,481 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2017 60730 The Open Syllabus Project: Mapping the Intersections of Science, Philosophy, and Religion in Higher Education Joe Karaganis,
David McClure
The American Assembly $216,890 Public Engagement USA No
2017 60645 Chance, Necessity, and the Origins of Life Robert Hazen,
Robert Downs
Carnegie Institution for Science $399,607 Natural Sciences USA Yes
2017 60869 Life in Numbers: Measuring Global Inequality and Other Enhancements to HumanProgress.org Marian Tupy,
Cato Institute $217,000 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA No
2017 60974 Producing Closer To Truth TV Episodes and Web Videos on Philosophical Theology and Analytic Theology Robert Kuhn,
Peter Getzels
The Kuhn Foundation $216,972 Public Engagement USA No
2017 60843 Putting the Buddhism/Science Dialogue on a New Footing William Waldron,
Clifford Saron
Mangalam Research Center for Buddhist Languages $217,399 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2017 60846 Expanding the Reach of the State Business Tax Climate Index to Promote Pro-Growth State Tax Policies Joseph Henchman,
Scott Drenkard
Tax Foundation $156,275 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA No
2017 60664 IBL nelle scuole Alberto Mingardi,
Giorgio Vallorani
Istituto Bruno Leooni $154,147 Individual Freedom and Free Markets Europe No
2016 60611 NOVA Programming on the Cosmos Paula Apsell,
WGBH Educational Foundation $200,000 Public Engagement USA No
2017 60909 Virtue Research: Collation and Distillation Dacher Keltner,
Jason Marsh
Regents of the University of California at Berkeley $201,277 Public Engagement USA No
2017 60671 Conceptual Problems in Unification Theories Michael Heller,
Copernicus Center for Interdisciplinary Studies $217,400 Natural Sciences Europe No
2017 60644 Cultivating Relational Virtues in Parents and Children Dacher Keltner,
Regents of the University of California at Berkeley $2,623,628 Character Virtue Development USA No
2017 59639 From Conflict-Independence to Dialogue-Integration: Discovering and Designing Resources for Rethinking the Religion-Science Relationship in Pakistan Basit Koshul,
Junaid Akhtar
Khwarizmi Science Society $210,000 Public Engagement Asia No
2016 60600 National Series of High School Debates on the Big Questions Steven Schappaugh,
National Speech & Debate Association $2,492,334 Public Engagement USA Yes
2016 60608 James Gregory Lectures on Science, Religion and Human Flourishing Andrew Torrance,
Judith Wolfe
University Court of the University of St Andrews $45,602 Public Engagement Europe No
2016 60726 Informal Science Education via Storytelling: Teaching Scientists and Philosophers How to Communicate with the Public David DeSteno,
Lisa Feldman-Barrett
Northeastern University $191,895 Public Engagement USA No
2016 60768 The Joy Campaign: Sharing the Wisdom of the Dalai Lama and Desmond Tutu to Bring Spiritual Practice to Contemporary Generations Adam Finck,
Andrew Mumm
Resolve Uganda Incorporated $100,000 Public Engagement USA No
2017 60674 Center for Pastor Theologians Gerald Hiestand,
Todd Wilson
Center for Pastor Theologians $213,700 Public Engagement USA No
2016 60563 Engaging the University: A Planning Proposal from IFES Ross McKenzie,
Daniel Bourdanné
International Fellowship of Evangelical Students/USA $215,964 Public Engagement USA No
2017 60672 Muslim-Science.Com Task Forces Initiative – Answering Big Questions and Shaping Dialogue on Science, Religion, and Society within the Islamic World Athar Osama World Science Collaborative Ltd $195,464 Public Engagement Europe No
2016 60666 The Science of Forgiveness in the Practice of Preaching Dr. Micah Jackson,
Stephen Smith
Episcopal Preaching Foundation $142,800 Public Engagement USA No
2017 60717 Science in Continuing Education for Pastors Jennifer Wiseman,
Se Kim
American Association for the Advancement of Science $181,253 Public Engagement USA No
2017 60748 Double Helix: Informing the public about how science and religion are intertwined Brian Pellot,
Jerome Socolovsky
Religion News Foundation $129,911 Public Engagement USA No
2017 60778 Science-Engaged Theological Ethics and Moral Psychology Neil Arner,
University of Notre Dame $217,332 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2016 60693 SCP Graduate Fellowships for Science Cross-Training Kevin Timpe,
Christian Miller
Society of Christian Philosophers $215,358 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2016 60745 The Mind-Body Problem and Conservation Laws: From A Priori to A Posteriori James Pitts University of Cambridge $200,864 Philosophy and Theology Europe No
2017 60875 Recent Work in the Neuroscience, Psychology, and Philosophy of Free Will Jesse Summers,
Duke University $34,500 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2016 60659 The Database of Religious History: Data Science Approaches to Religious Cultural History Michael Muthukrishna,
Edward Slingerland
London School of Economics and Political Science $215,050 Human Sciences Europe No
2017 60663 The Religious Replication Project: Using Pre-registered Replications and Bayesian Statistics to Improve the Experimental Study of Religion Michiel van Elk,
E.J. Wagenmakers
University of Amsterdam, Department of Psychology $203,788 Human Sciences Europe No
2017 60677 Integration of religion and spirituality (R/S) in psychiatric care: patients’ needs, treatment alliance (TA) and treatment compliance (TC) Joke van Nieuw Amerongen,
Arjan Braam
University of Humanistic Studies, Utrecht $79,160 Human Sciences Europe No
2017 60750 Intellectual Humility Ken Taylor,
John Perry
Philosophy Talk $188,126 Public Engagement USA No
2017 60735 Fostering Cross-Cultural and Multi-Wave Psychological Research on Religiosity Kathryn Johnson,
Adam Cohen
Arizona State University Foundation for a New American University $216,718 Human Sciences USA No
2016 60751 Theology and Science in Christianity and Islam: Building Capacity for Interreligious Engagement in the Majority World Nancy Arnison,
Wayne Bornholdt
Theological Book Network Inc $150,000 Public Engagement USA Yes
2016 60609 Quantum Causal Structures Caslav Brukner,
Robert Spekkens
Institute for Quantum Optics and Quantum Information $2,520,219 Natural Sciences Europe No
2016 60781 Humility-in-Theology Public Website Cathy Fair,
Sword & Spoon Workshop $217,377 Public Engagement USA No
2016 60782 Science and the Big Questions Aggregator Website Marc Kaufman,
Heather Wax
Science Sites Inc $207,164 Public Engagement USA No
2016 60625 A molecular complexity approach to identifying bio-signatures, shadow-life, and new life forms Lee Cronin The University Court of the University of Glasgow $875,390 Natural Sciences Europe No
2016 60790 Big Questions Online, Publishing and Growth Adam Keiper,
Center for the Study of Technology and Society $216,647 Public Engagement USA No
2017 60871 The Dialogue of Science and Faith: Expanding the University Conversation David Hobbet,
Rebecca McLaughlin
Veritas Forum Inc. $713,971 Public Engagement USA No
2017 60783 Promoting Research and Discovery on Global Religion Roger Finke,
Christopher Bader
The Pennsylvania State University $1,815,747 Human Sciences USA No
2017 60762 Aging Well by Doing Good: An Experience Sampling Study of Prosocial Commitment Jeanne Nakamura,
Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi
Claremont Graduate University $217,350 Human Sciences USA No
2017 60879 The Question of Character: Expanding the Veritas Forum Model to Engage the Next Generation David Hobbet,
Rebecca McLaughlin
Veritas Forum Inc. $214,688 Public Engagement USA No
2017 60848 Assessing Religion’s Impact on the Global Common Good Byron Johnson,
Timothy Shah
Baylor University $217,400 Human Sciences USA No
2016 60689 Novel paradigm in cancer etiology, its relationship with aging, and novel methods for cancer early detection. Cristian Tomasetti,
Johns Hopkins University $1,335,319 Genetics USA Yes
2017 60876 Gratitude to God, Planning Phase: Psychological, Philosophical, and Theological Investigations Robert Emmons,
Phillip Watkins
University of California, Davis $217,117 Human Sciences USA No
2017 60877 Enhancing Practice-Based Evidence for Spiritually Integrated Psychotherapies: An Interdisciplinary Big Data Project Philip Richards,
Daniel Judd
Brigham Young University $3,572,011 Human Sciences USA No
2016 60722 The challenge and opportunity of gene editing: a project for reflection, deliberation, and education Jennifer Doudna,
William Hurlbut
Regents of the University of California at Berkeley $217,398 Genetics USA No
2016 60763 Parallel Genomics: Functional cartography of extrachromosomal DNA Jayakrishna Ambati,
The Rector and Visitors of the University of Virginia $2,630,349 Genetics USA No
2017 60900 A Review of the Science, Philosophy, and Theology of Intellectual Humility Nathan Ballantyne,
Fordham University $57,689 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2017 60780 Progress at the Interface of Philosophy and Behavioral Genetics Eric Turkheimer,
University of Virginia $1,497,781 Genetics USA No
2017 59140 The Pantheism and Panentheism Project Yujin Nagasawa,
Andrei Buckareff
University of Birmingham $213,196 Philosophy and Theology Europe No
2016 60559 The Meaning of Life Project Stewart Goetz,
Tim Mawson
Ursinus College $217,400 Natural Sciences USA No
2017 60647 From cosmic dawn to the present: Searching for the first stars and for direct evidence for dark matter Rennan Barkana Tel Aviv University $235,723 Natural Sciences Europe No
2016 60502 The Origins of Virtue: Identifying Moral and Epistemic Models in Development Melissa Koenig,
Kiley Hamlin
Regents of the University of Minnesota $351,108 Character Virtue Development USA No
2016 60652 SelfBound: The Making of Human Consciousness Lambros Malafouris,
University of Oxford $90,156 Natural Sciences Europe Yes
2016 60698 Comparing Deep Teleology in Embryos and Evolution Jeff Hardin,
University of Wisconsin-Madison $217,000 Natural Sciences USA No
2016 60514 Building the capacity, quality and readership-base of the Journal of Character Education (JCE) Marvin Berkowitz,
Melinda Bier
Curators of the University of Missouri $118,751 Character Virtue Development USA No
2016 57510 Geometric proof and discovery: human and artificial intelligence Tibor Beke,
David Einstein
University of Massachusetts $66,158 Natural Sciences USA No
2016 60622 Developing Humility in Leadership Peter Hill,
Joshua Hook
Biola University Inc $1,895,048 Character Virtue Development USA No
2016 59475 Hidden Depths: The ancestry of our most human emotions Penny Spikins University of York, Department of Archaeology $184,550 Natural Sciences Europe Yes
2016 60148 Majorana fermions (MF) creation, braiding and fusion Jagadeesh Moodera,
Patrick Lee
Massachusetts Institute of Technology $499,000 Natural Sciences USA No
2016 60639 Building a L’Arche Public Education Strategy to Foster Compassionate Love Nathan Ball,
L'Arche USA $212,000 Character Virtue Development USA No
2017 60487 Adam Smith’s Enlightened World Douglas Den Uyl,
Amy Willis
Liberty Fund, Inc. $3,717,324 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA No
2016 60699 The Pathways to Character Project Frank Infurna,
Eranda Jayawickreme
Arizona State University Foundation for a New American University $3,399,876 Character Virtue Development USA No
2018 60688 The Ideal of Self Governance Mark Pennington,
Emily Skarbek
King's College London, Department of Political Economy $1,800,377 Individual Freedom and Free Markets Europe No
2016 60789 UFM: The Next Step. Advancing the Ideas of Liberty Throughout the Spanish-Speaking World Javier Fernández-Lasquetty,
Gabriel Calzada
Universidad Francisco Marroquín $2,701,484 Individual Freedom and Free Markets North America No
2017 60721 The CHOP Center to Promote Adolescent Health, Character, and Well Being: A Research, Translation, and Dissemination Initiative Kenneth Ginsburg,
Carol Ford
The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia $3,488,131 Character Virtue Development USA Yes
2016 60661 Conversations with the Human Unconscious: A Potential Breakthrough in Our Understanding of Self-control and the Non-conscious Mind Ran Hassin,
Benjamin Young
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem $216,720 Philosophy and Theology Europe No
2016 60758 Cultivating Virtue: Servant Leadership Development for Education Melinda Bier,
Marvin Berkowitz
Curators of the University of Missouri $216,902 Character Virtue Development USA No
2017 60662 Feasibility study of specifically designed MA and PhD Programs in Science, Philosophy and Theology for Latin America  Claudia Vanney,
Juan Francisco Franck
Instituto de Filosofía, Universidad Austral $91,495 Philosophy and Theology South America No
2015 60480 Strengthening couple-centered family planning through faith-based organizations in Rwanda and Uganda Victoria Jennings,
Lauren Van Enk
Georgetown University’s Institute for Reproductive Health $900,000 Voluntary Family Planning USA Yes
2016 60477 The Black Hole Initiative: Towards a Center for Interdisciplinary Research Sheperd Doeleman,
Abraham Loeb
Harvard University $7,204,252 Natural Sciences USA Yes
2016 60476 Psychology of Religion Field-Building in North America: Planning Phase Adam Cohen ASU Foundation for a New American Univeristy $210,080 Human Sciences USA No
2015 60475 Faith Entrepreneurship at the Forbes Under-30 $1 million Change-the-World Competition Rebecca Kaufman Echoing Green $170,277 Public Engagement USA No
2016 60473 Beyond the Purpose Prize: Building a culture of purpose and generativity to aid future generations Marc Freedman Encore.org $4,181,921 Character Virtue Development USA No
2015 60471 Training Catholic Teachers and Preachers to Engage the Dialogue Between Science and Religion John Cavadini,
James Martin
University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN $215,239 Public Engagement USA No
2015 60470 Museum of the Bible Science and the Bible Program Planning Michael King,
David Trobish
Museum of the Bible $217,400 Natural Sciences USA No
2016 60469 Quantum Simulators of Complex Molecular Networks Michael Raymer,
Andrew Marcus
University of Oregon $3,574,285 Natural Sciences USA No
2015 60468 Engagement Campaign: Pilot Sermon Awards Justin Barrett,
Gerald Pickett
Fuller Theological Seminary $198,467 Public Engagement USA No
2016 60466 Psychological Science Serving Ministry: A Pilot Project Cynthia Eriksson,
Brad Strawn
Fuller Theological Seminary $216,984 Human Sciences USA No
2016 60459 Towards a New Synthesis for Cultural Evolution David Lahti Queens College of the City University of New York $88,692 Natural Sciences USA No
2015 60458 Building an Audience for Science and Faith Mark Galli Christianity Today $269,088 Public Engagement USA No
2015 60455 Gene Editing and Human Flourishing Erik Parens,
Josephine Johnston
The Hastings Center $922,922 Genetics USA No
2015 60450 Promoting Intellectual Humility Among Middle-School Students: Developing an Educational Film and Preliminary Intervention Strategy Eranda Jayawickreme Wake Forest University $682,523 Character Virtue Development USA No
2015 60449 Engaging Science in Seminaries Deborah Gin Association of Theological Schools $66,263 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2015 60437 Character across disciplines and across borders: Amplifying the discourse for the 21st century. Tiffany Shlain Let it Ripple: Mobile Films for Global Change $1,500,125 Character Virtue Development USA No
2016 60400 Multimedia Journal about Faith, Ethics and Scholarship that Bridges the Gap between Academia and the Public Square Hamza Hanson,
Mahan Mirza
Zaytuna College $217,000 Philosophy and Theology USA Yes
2016 60399 Strengthening the Capacity of U.S. Parents to Support Character Virtue Development in their Children Carol Lloyd,
Elisabeth OBryon
GreatSchools, Inc. $200,000 Character Virtue Development USA No
2015 60352 Science Engagement in Rabbinic Training Jennifer Wiseman,
Se Kim
American Association for the Advancement of Science $143,008 Public Engagement USA No
2016 60347 Engaging Scientists in the Science and Religion Dialogue Jennifer Wiseman,
Se Kim
American Association for the Advancement of Science [AAAS] $2,325,735 Public Engagement USA No
2016 60317 Big Ideas Series Production, Distribution, and Evaluation, The World Science Festival (WSF) Tracy Day,
Debra Nir
World Science Foundation $2,499,533 Public Engagement USA Yes
2016 60298 Developing Religious Leaders with Scientific Awareness Tim Winter Cambridge Muslim College $423,958 Philosophy and Theology Europe Yes
2016 60253 The Matter with Gravity Maulik Parikh,
Paul Davies
Arizona State University Foundation for a New American University $554,125 Natural Sciences USA No
2016 60230 Non-Linearity and Quantum Mechanics: Limits of the No-Signaling Condition Thomas Durt,
Samuel Colin
Ecole Centrale de Marseille $124,309 Natural Sciences Europe No
2016 60211 Creating Competition to Encourage Entrepreneur-Liberating Reforms Matt Warner Atlas Network $2,430,573 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA No
2015 60206 The Liberty Program John Meko,
Kira Foley-Tuzman
The Abraham Lincoln Foundation of the Union League of Philadelphia $149,294 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA No
2015 60149 Developing Closer To Truth: Outreach and Marketing Robert Kuhn,
Peter Getzels
The Kuhn Foundation $199,028 Public Engagement USA No
2016 60118 Exploring ways to use temporal correlations in quantum mechanics. Franco Nori,
Neill Lambert
RIKEN $509,292 Natural Sciences Asia No
2016 60069 Nautilus Magazine John Steele NautilusThink Inc $1,200,000 Public Engagement USA No
2016 60004 Models of Providence: an Abrahamic inquiry Kelly James Clark Kaufman Interfaith Institute, Grand Valley State University $938,228 Philosophy and Theology USA Yes
2016 59898 The Spiritual, Character, and Virtue Formation of Seminarians David Wang,
Peter Hill,
Steve Porter
Biola University Inc $217,000 Character Virtue Development USA Yes
2016 59880 Understanding Gamma-Ray Bursts and their influence on life in the Universe Tsvi Piran The Hebrew University of Jerusalem $288,843 Natural Sciences Asia No
2016 59820 The role of religious exposure in children’s conceptualization of the invisible and the impossible Kathleen Corriveau,
Paul Harris
Trustees of Boston University $1,039,609 Human Sciences USA No
2016 59816 The Physics of Everything Brooke Grindlinger The New York Academy of Sciences $181,924 Natural Sciences USA No
2016 59772 Publishing illustrated children’s books and workbooks that teach and encourage character and virtue development in generations of Muslim children Virginia Henry,
Hamza Hanson
Fons Vitae of Kentucky, Inc. $750,000 Character Virtue Development USA No
2016 59607 National Spirituality and Health Consortium Alexandra Shields Massachusetts General Hospital (The General Hospital Corp.) $4,745,682 Human Sciences USA Yes
2016 59588 The Fine-Tuning for Scientific Discovery Robin Collins,
Abaz Kryemadhi
Messiah College $217,399 Philosophy and Theology USA Yes
2016 59570 Explaining Religion: A Planning Grant Justin McBrayer Fort Lewis College $134,673 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2016 59558 Situational Strategies for Self-Control Angela Duckworth,
James Gross
University of Pennsylvania $488,924 Character Virtue Development USA No
2015 59544 Scientific Study of Non-Religious Belief Lois Lee,
Jonathan Lanman
University College London $215,147 Human Sciences Europe No
2015 59530 Christianity and Social Change in Contemporary Africa Joel Carpenter Calvin College $2,073,325 Philosophy and Theology USA Yes
2016 59499 A Philosophical Guide to the Cosmos Ken Taylor,
John Perry
Philosophy Talk $207,883 Public Engagement USA No
2016 59444 Monastic Science Centers: Embedding a Culture of Engagement Into An Extended Network of Monastic Science Learning Bryce Johnson,
Geshe Lhakdor
Science for Monks $489,763 Public Engagement USA No
2016 59436 The Toolbox Project: Changing the way children learn about self-control Ethan Kross,
Angela Duckworth
University of Michigan $748,825 Character Virtue Development USA Yes
2016 59389 Cultivating Genius Initiative Tracy Day World Science Foundation $1,999,826 Exceptional Cognitive Talent and Genius USA Yes
2016 59342 Is the human eye able to see entanglement? Nicolas Sangouard Department of physics of the university of Basel $172,758 Natural Sciences Europe No
2017 59226 The Openness of the Universe for Free Will and Special Divine Action Daniel von Wachter,
Alexander Batthyany
International Academy of Philosophy (IAP) $1,338,553 Philosophy and Theology Europe No
2017 59218 FIRE’s Speech, Outreach, Advocacy, and Research Project Robert Shibley,
Greg Lukianoff
Foundation for Individual Rights in Education $2,547,836 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA Yes
2016 59214 The Next RES Research Initiative: Expanding the advancements made in the economic study of religion and religious markets Jared Rubin,
Laurence Iannaccone
Chapman University $408,215 Human Sciences USA No
2016 59213 Long-term Effects of Parents’ Efforts to Foster Children’s Gratitude on Health, Well-Being and Character Development Andrea Hussong University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill $216,996 Character Virtue Development USA No
2015 59165 Big Questions Online Pilot and Planning Grant Adam Keiper Center for the Study of Technology and Society $211,634 Public Engagement USA No
2015 59142 Recruiting field data for CSR questions: Pilot phase Justin Barrett,
R. Daniel Shaw
Fuller Theological Seminary $217,211 Human Sciences USA No
2016 58468 A tabletop-scale experiment to probe for new particles and forces responsible for the predominance of matter over antimatter in the Universe David DeMille Yale University $1,500,000 Natural Sciences USA No
2015 58467 Kicking Cronyism to the Curb Justin Owen Beacon Center of Tennessee $214,755 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA No
2016 58463 The Free Market Road Show: Debate and Discussion Barbara Kolm,
Federico Fernández
Friends of the Austrian Economics Center, Inc. $216,915 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA No
2015 58453 True Stories Well Told: Using Narrative to Search For Harmonies Between Science and Religion Lee Gutkind,
Daniel Sarewitz
Arizona State University Foundation $1,001,837 Public Engagement USA No
2017 58450 Knowledge Beyond Natural Science Crispin Wright,
Peter Sullivan
University of Stirling $848,253 Philosophy and Theology Europe No
2015 58430 How can people become lastingly more humble? Development of a long-term humility-boosting program Sonja Lyubomirsky University of California, Riverside $414,979 Character Virtue Development USA No
2015 58404 Planning Grant: A New, Holistic Paradigm for Undergraduate STEM Education: Inspiring Big Questions by Cultivating Virtuous Scientists Dominic Chaloner,
Dominic Chaloner
University of Notre Dame $166,664 Character Virtue Development USA No
2015 58380 Cultivating Curiosity with Life in the Universe Inquiry Lab (LITU) Alyssa Goodman,
Patricia Udomprasert
Harvard University $480,587 Natural Sciences USA No
2015 58345 Developing the Chicago Center for Practical Wisdom Howard Nusbaum University of Chicago $2,000,000 Human Sciences USA No
2015 58342 Parallel Genomics: Functional cartography of extrachromosomal DNA Jayakrishna Ambati University of Kentucky Research Foundation $83,255 Genetics USA No
2015 58319 Developing Curiosity in Adolescents through the Question Formulation Technique Scott Seider Boston University $137,628 Character Virtue Development USA No
2015 58277 Generalized Uncertainty Principle and the Photon Claudio Conti Institute for Complex Systems of the National Research Council $208,802 Natural Sciences Europe No
2016 58257 BioLogos Public Engagement: Inviting the Church and the World to See the Harmony between Science and Biblical Faith Deborah Haarsma The BioLogos Foundation, Inc. $1,084,990 Public Engagement USA Yes
2015 58229 The operational paradigm: its mathematical and philosophical frontiers Gerhard Jaeger,
Kentaro Sato
University of Bern $584,318 Natural Sciences Europe No
2016 58188 Taming complexity: Compressed descriptions of the quantum world Jens Eisert Free University of Berlin $371,350 Natural Sciences Europe No
2015 58158 Hunt for the “impossible atoms”: the quest for a tiny violation of the Pauli Exclusion Principle. Implications for physics, cosmology and philosophy. Catalina Oana Curceanu,
Oscar Greenberg
Istituto Nazionale di Fisica Nucleare $273,499 Natural Sciences Europe No
2015 58143 Building a Bridge between Faith and Astronomy Guy Consolmagno Vatican Observatory Foundation $209,041 Public Engagement USA No
2015 58097 Promoting Character Strength Development in Youths Through Interactive Storytelling Online: A Pilot Project Christina Storm Act One, Inc. $200,000 Character Virtue Development USA No
2015 58079 The transformation of lived religion in urban Latin America: a study of contemporary Latin Americans’ experience of the transcendent Gustavo Morello,
Nestor Da Costa
Trustees of Boston College $511,676 Human Sciences USA No
2015 58067 Efficient Government Service Provision: Replacing Administrative Processes with Smart Market Designs Charles Plott California Institute of Technology $1,400,000 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA Yes
2015 58027 Free Market Emersion: Providing Actionable Information and Experiences for Philadelphia’s At-Risk K-8 Public School Students through “Continuum JA” Paul Kappel Junior Achievement of Delaware Valley $180,000 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA No
2017 59058 ReFaithing Science at Regent College William Hastings Regent College $208,539 Public Engagement North America No
2015 59136 Scientists in Synagogues Geoffrey Mitelman Clal - The National Jewish Center for Learning and Leadership $182,780 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2015 57974 Decision-Making Processes of Urban Clergy Who Counsel Individuals – Part 2 Jennifer Shepard Payne Azusa Pacific University (transferred from University of Illinois) $91,071 Natural Sciences USA No
2016 59040 Islamic Analytic Theology Phase 2: Fostering Greater Intellectual Engagement Aref Nayed,
Sohail Nakhooda
Kalam Research & Media $2,245,922 Philosophy and Theology Asia No
2015 57960 Intellectual Virtues Academy High School James McGrath,
Jason Baehr
Intellectual Virtues Academy of Long Beach $2,013,287 Character Virtue Development USA No
2017 59023 St Andrews Fellowships in Science & Religion John Perry University of St Andrews $2,127,172 Philosophy and Theology Europe No
2015 59019 Science for Youth Ministry: The Plausibility of Transcendence Andrew Root Luther Seminary $1,186,300 Public Engagement USA No
2015 57951 The Boundaries of Humanity: Humans, Animals and Machines in the Age of Biotechnology William Durham,
William Hurlbut
Leland Stanford Junior University $217,034 Natural Sciences USA No
2015 59018 Measuring Science Engagement in Catholic High Schools and Seminaries Thomas Gaunt,
Mary Gautier
Center for Applied Research in the Apostolate (CARA) $199,505 Public Engagement USA No
2016 58960 Time and perception in the quantum world Adolfo del Campo University of Massachusetts Boston $286,136 Natural Sciences USA No
2016 58942 Intellectual Humility in Public Discourse Michael Lynch,
Brendan Kane
University of Connecticut $6,054,682 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2015 58860 The Loser Letters Onstage Patrick Tuite,
Frank Persico
Catholic University of America $216,250 Public Engagement USA No
2016 58851 The Universe at One Second after the Big Bang Christopher Tully Princeton University $340,619 Natural Sciences USA Yes
2014 58765 Selma Essay & Speech Contest on Individual Freedom Gwen Borowsky,
Peggy Sweeney
National Liberty Museum $219,439 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA No
2015 58760 Counting The Cost: The Effects of and Alternatives to the Affordable Care Act Robert Graboyes,
Charles Blahous
Mercatus Center, Inc. $5,000,000 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA No
2016 58745 Leaps in cosmology: gravitational wave detection with quantum systems Ivette Fuentes,
David Bruschi
University of Vienna $215,137 Natural Sciences Europe No
2015 58724 Probing the inflationary origin of the Big Bang with the POLARBEAR/Simons Array experiment Adrian Lee Regents of the University of California at Berkeley $1,139,710 Natural Sciences USA Yes
2015 58671 The Astrobiology Outreach Project: Increasing the Impact of a NASA-supported Inquiry on the Societal Implications of Astrobiology Robin Lovin Center of Theological Inquiry $1,734,613 Natural Sciences USA No
2017 58635 Reaching Millennials With Ideas on Liberty: A Strategic Outreach and Message-Testing Campaign on the Humane Values of the Free Society Richard Lorenc Foundation for Economic Education $1,800,698 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA No
2016 58617 Advancing Scientific and Theological Literacy in Madrasa Discourses in India Ebrahim Moosa University of Notre Dame $2,155,772 Philosophy and Theology USA Yes
2016 58599 The Future of Religious Faith from Central Eastern European Perspective Tomas Halik,
Pavel Hosek
Czech Christian Academy (Institute for Dialogue) $216,832 Human Sciences Europe No
2015 58562 Molecular insights into historical constraints on evolution Scott Edwards,
Betul Kacar
Harvard University $452,014 Natural Sciences USA No
2015 58558 Structure of Time in Quantum Mechanics Kater Murch,
Andrew Jordan
Washington University, St Louis, MO $662,027 Natural Sciences USA No
2015 58524 The Geography of Philosophy: An Interdisciplinary Exploration of Universality and Cultural Diversity in Fundamental Philosophical Concepts Stephen Stich,
Edouard Machery
University of Pittsburgh $196,198 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2015 58521 Activating and Demonstrating Greater Curiosity by Learning to Ask Questions Dan Rothstein,
Luz Santana
The Right Question Institute $700,000 Character Virtue Development USA No
2015 58503 Translating Knowledge to Parents, Professionals and Teens: Planning Grant for a CHOP Center to Promote Adolescent Health, Character and Well Being Kenneth Ginsburg,
Carol Ford
The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia $217,399 Character Virtue Development USA No
2015 58495 Pilot Program: Think Big! Life in the Cosmos for the Smithsonian Future is Here Festival Michelle Delaney,
Michael Caruso
The Smithsonian Institution $215,154 Public Engagement USA No
2015 58488 Generational Theft Project – Proof of Concept Noah Wall FreedomWorks Foundation $215,000 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA No
2015 58482 Develop an academic credit-based module on classical liberal philosophy and its application to public policy for university students Parth Shah,
Baishali Bomjan
Centre for Civil Society $500,069 Individual Freedom and Free Markets Asia No
2015 57465 Promoting Character Virtues in Visual Media Yalda Uhls,
Seeta Pai
Common Sense Media $454,787 Character Virtue Development USA No
2015 57454 Prayer, Love, and Human Nature: Analytic Theology for Theological Formation Oliver Crisp Fuller Theological Seminary $2,028,351 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2015 57411 Private Enterprise, Entrepreneurs and Public-Spiritedness in China Victor Nee,
Sonja Opper
Center for the Study of Economy and Society, Cornell University $1,190,448 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA No
2015 57397 Analytic Theology and the Nature of God: Integrating Insights from Science and Philosophy into Theology Georg Gasser,
Josef Quitterer
University of Innsbruck $1,843,268 Philosophy and Theology Europe No
2015 57392 Emergence of Cytoplastic Dynamics Using Active Matter: A Biokleptic Approach to Quantifying the Matter of Life Daniel Blair,
Pranab Das
Georgetown University $1,044,426 Natural Sciences USA No
2014 57386 Planning Grant: Establishing a Joy Institute Mark Berner The Joy Consortium $109,761 Human Sciences USA No
2015 57313 Well-Being: Investigations in Science, Philosophy, Theology, & Religious Studies Daniel Haybron Saint Louis University $4,628,872 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2016 57029 Training Research-Literate Chaplains as Ambassadors for Spirituality and Health: Phase II George Fitchett,
Wendy Cadge
Rush University Medical Center $4,323,028 Human Sciences USA No
2014 56482 Coalition of Freedom Jeffrey Rosen,
Lesley Albanese
National Constitution Center $5,500,000 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA Yes
2015 56480 Chinese Religious Markets and Spiritual Capital: A Research and Networking Initiative Fenggang Yang,
Jonathan Pettit
Purdue University $3,499,820 Human Sciences USA No
2015 56458 Gratitude and societal good: The role of everyday gratitude in productivity, transformational leadership, good citizenship, and the spread of altruism Sara Algoe,
Christopher Oveis
The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill $1,119,239 Human Sciences USA No
2015 56440 Stanford Religious Liberty Clinic James Sonne The Becket Fund for Religious Liberty $849,997 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA Yes
2015 56426 Reinventing How Business Schools Teach Morality of Capitalism, Business Ethics and Entrepreneurship Ryan Yonk,
Randy Simmons
Strata $2,294,480 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA No
2015 56411 Faith Leaders Advocate for Increased Healthy Timing and Spacing of Pregnancy / Family Planning Use and Stronger Maternal and Child Health Outcomes. Stephen Omunyidde,
Adrienne Allison
World Vision, Inc. $1,000,000 Voluntary Family Planning Africa Yes
2015 56407 Religious Transitions, Transmissions, and Trajectories Among Baby-Boomers and their Families Merril Silverstein,
Vern Bengtson
Syracuse University $1,491,506 Human Sciences USA No
2015 56369 Narnian Virtues: How Teachers and their 11 to 14 Year-Old Students Learn to Cultivate Character through Response to the Narnia Novels by C.S. Lewis Mark Pike,
Thomas Lickona
School of Education, University of Leeds $216,454 Character Virtue Development Europe No
2015 56348 Cognitive Underpinnings and Consequences of Generosity Sara Cordes Trustees of Boston College $300,046 Character Virtue Development USA No
2014 57942 Building empathic character via an interactive smartphone app Sara Konrath Trustees of indiana University (transferred from University of Michigan) $719,089 Character Virtue Development USA Yes
2015 56314 Space and Time After Quantum Gravity Nicholas Huggett,
Christian Wuthrich
University of Illinois at Chicago $1,104,281 Natural Sciences USA Yes
2015 57919 A modal interpretation for the quantum ontology Olimpia Lombardi,
Sebastian Fortin
Theiss Research $198,846 Philosophy and Theology South America No
2015 56275 MSI Family Planning Outreach Teams in Niger Sue Holland Marie Stopes International $1,500,000 Voluntary Family Planning Africa No
2015 57876 Toward a Scientific Understanding of the Human Capacity for Cognitive Control Jonathan Cohen Princeton University $2,997,571 Human Sciences USA Yes
2015 57799 The Colossian Way Pilot Project Michael Gulker,
Rob Barrett
The Colossian Forum $203,483 Public Engagement USA No
2015 56225 Understanding Relations: Children’s Analogical Transfer from Stories and Television Angeline Lillard University of Virginia $486,148 Character Virtue Development USA No
2015 57758 Unveiling the nature of quantum reality: a theoretical and experimental approach employing non-destructive weak measurements Alexandre Matzkin,
Urbasi Sinha
Centre national de la recherche scientifique (Délégation régionale 05) $89,291 Natural Sciences Europe No
2015 56203 Enhancing Student Purpose with the Middle School Ambassador Program: A Collaborative Action-Research Study Maurice Elias Rutgers University Foundation $1,077,027 Character Virtue Development USA Yes
2014 57752 FILM OUTREACH AND SOCIAL ENGAGEMENT: SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT FOR AUDIENCE MOBILIZATION Neal Baer,
Jody Heymann
UCLA Jonathan and Karin Fielding School of Public Health $396,750 Character Virtue Development USA No
2015 56195 Cooperation and Leadership in Egalitarian and Complex Hunter-Gatherers Christopher Boehm University of Southern California $217,400 Natural Sciences USA No
2015 57748 Planning grant to convene a philanthropy affinity group on Spiritual Civilization Melissa Durda,
Anna Ginn
The Synergos Institute $115,000 Public Engagement USA No
2015 56194 Virtue, Happiness, and the Meaning of Life Candace Vogler,
Jennifer Frey
University of Chicago $1,996,214 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2015 57701 Evangelicalism in Modernizing Cultures: Brazil and China Kaye Cook,
Janel Curry
Gordon College $217,373 Human Sciences USA No
2015 56189 Scarcity, Morality and Public Policy Elena Leontjeva Lithuanian Free Market Institute $318,107 Individual Freedom and Free Markets Europe No
2014 57695 “Little Boy” Outreach and Social Engagement Terence Berry,
Amy Jones
Wedgwood Culture Fund $158,702 Character Virtue Development USA No
2015 56144 Integrating Science into College and Pre-Theology Programs in US RC Seminaries Doris Donnelly John Carroll University $1,055,728 Public Engagement USA Yes
2014 57691 Economic Freedom, Entrepreneurship, and Economic Prosperity Donald Boudreaux,
Jason Clemens
The Fraser Institute $206,988 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA No
2015 57690 On Knowing Humanity II Eloise Meneses Eastern University $217,350 Natural Sciences USA No
2014 57676 The neurostimulation of belief: The role of cognitive inhibition and the right inferior frontal gyrus in the endorsement of supernatural beliefs Miguel Farias,
Riikka Mottonen
Coventry University (transferred from University of Oxford) $158,049 Human Sciences Europe Yes
2015 57657 A New Biology of Spiritual Information Sy Garte Natural Philosophy Institute $207,679 Natural Sciences USA No
2015 57634 Project Amazing Grace: Understanding the Nature of Divine Grace, Phase 1 Peter Hill,
Robert Emmons
Biola University $214,075 Human Sciences USA No
2015 57630 Nautilus John Steele NautilusThink Inc $1,250,000 Public Engagement USA No
2015 57623 The irreversibility of time Lee Smolin Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics $691,090 Natural Sciences North America No
2015 57610 Translation of Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy into Russian Dmitry Volkov,
Vadim Vasilyev
Moscow Center for Consciousness Studies $199,990 Philosophy and Theology Europe No
2015 57580 Planning Grant for the Fuller Institute for Christianity and Science Justin Barrett,
Rebecca Dorsey Sok
Fuller Theological Seminary $216,914 Public Engagement USA No
2015 57579 Theology of Joy and the Good Life Miroslav Volf Yale Divinity School $4,267,344 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2015 57542 A Planning Grant to Develop A Creativity Model for the Cade Museum Phoebe Miles Cade Museum for Creativity and Invention $183,819 Character Virtue Development USA No
2015 57530 Science and Faith – A Platform for Dialogue and Education in Sweden Carl Reinhold Brakenhielm,
Mikael Stenmark
Uppsala University $1,022,304 Philosophy and Theology Europe No
2015 57521 Linking spirituality and religiosity to life and health expectancy: A global comparative study Zachary Zimmer,
Yasuhiko Saito
University of California San Francisco $542,862 Human Sciences USA No
2015 57496 Human Distinctiveness: A Program to Engage Theologians with the Dynamism of Anthropological and Evolutionary Approaches to the Human Celia Deane-Drummond,
Agustin Fuentes
University of Notre Dame du Lac $1,779,999 Natural Sciences USA No
2015 57481 The Virtues in Higher Education Kyle Harper,
Linda Zagzebski
University of Oklahoma $2,954,211 Character Virtue Development USA No
2014 57476 #GivingTuesday 2014 Henry Timms,
Asha Curran
The Young Men’s and Young Women’s Hebrew Association $195,000 Character Virtue Development USA No
2016 55437 The Development of Forgiveness Amrisha Vaish University of Virginia $195,183 Character Virtue Development USA Yes
2015 55433 Day1 Radio Series: Science & Faith in the 21st Century Peter Wallace Alliance for Christian Media $74,277 Public Engagement USA No
2016 55427 Spiritual curiosity and the experience of God Tanya Luhrmann Stanford University $2,884,457 Human Sciences USA Yes
2015 55389 Pathways to Purpose in the Encore Years William Damon,
Anne Colby
Stanford University $1,851,231 Human Sciences USA No
2016 55342 The Institute for Cross-Disciplinary Engagement at Dartmouth Marcelo Gleiser Trustees of Dartmouth College $4,145,147 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2015 55339 Gordon Presidential Fellows Program and Assessment Michael Lindsay Gordon College $210,000 Character Virtue Development USA No
2014 55329 Theologically-Engaged Anthropology: What Can Theology Contribute to Cultural Anthropology and ethnography? James Lemons The University of Georgia Research Foundation Inc $216,994 Natural Sciences USA Yes
2015 55309 Expanding the Science and Practice of Gratitude Phase Two Dacher Keltner,
Emiliana Simon-Thomas
University of California at Berkeley $4,010,327 Human Sciences USA No
2016 55305 Philosophy, Science and Religion Online Duncan Pritchard,
Mark Harris
University of Edinburgh $786,051 Philosophy and Theology Europe No
2015 55268 Galaxy Formation and the Fine-Tuning of the Universe for Intelligent Life Luke Barnes The University of Sydney $322,745 Natural Sciences Oceania Yes
2015 55112 Astrophysical Structures in Other Universes: The nature of galaxies, stars, planets, and nuclei across the multiverse Fred Adams University of Michigan $275,123 Natural Sciences USA No
2015 54983 “Hablando del Espíritu:” Piloting a Spanish Radio Series for Spiritual and Philosophical Inquiry Jeff Kline,
Alliyah Noor
Pinyon Foundation $214,863 Public Engagement USA No
2014 54978 How can we discover the properties of God? Jeff Speaks University of Notre Dame $198,536 Philosophy and Theology USA Yes
2016 54929 The Disciplined Mind: Brief Mindfulness-Based Strategies to Improve Academic Diligence Brian Galla,
Angela Duckworth
University of Pittsburgh $306,725 Character Virtue Development USA No
2015 54914 Occam’s Quantum Mechanical Razor: Can Quantum theory admit the Simplest Understanding of Reality? Mile Gu,
Vlatko Vedral
National University of Singapore $246,100 Natural Sciences Asia No
2015 54909 Critical Consciousness Combines Civic, Intellectual and Performance Character Virtues to Support Positive Youth Development Scott Seider Boston University $421,590 Character Virtue Development USA No
2014 54873 Successful Aging Innovation Summit: Work, Productivity, and Beneficial Purpose Paul Irving Milken Institute $200,000 Public Engagement USA No
2015 54860 How do novel cell types arise in evolution? Gunter Wagner Yale University $839,637 Natural Sciences USA Yes
2015 56115 Meta Citizen Science Alexander Szalay,
Daniel Darg
The Johns Hopkins University $1,114,609 Natural Sciences USA No
2015 54680 UFM: The Next Step. Advancing the Ideas of Liberty Throughout the Spanish-Speaking World Javier Fernández-Lasquetty,
Gabriel Calzada
Universidad Francisco Marroquin $797,289 Individual Freedom and Free Markets North America No
2015 55444 The Square Root of N: Physicians Assessing and Integrating Spirituality into Patient Care Harold Koenig Duke University $118,189 Public Engagement USA No
2015 56103 Universe 2.0: Or How to Create Your Own Cosmos Zeeya Merali $99,000 Public Engagement Europe No
2015 54679 Understanding the Role of Belief in the Resilience of Families at Risk for Depression: Religion, Brain Structure and Function Myrna Weissman The Trustees of Columbia University in the City of New York $1,703,348 Human Sciences USA No
2015 56071 Physics of the Observer Max Tegmark,
Anthony Aguirre
Foundational Questions Institute $4,872,791 Natural Sciences USA Yes
2015 55441 Islam and Science in the Middle East: A Television Documentary Series Aaron Lobel America Abroad Media $735,043 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2014 54669 Virtues and Money, an attitude and behavior change intervention Garth Japhet The Mass Media Project $1,324,935 Character Virtue Development Africa No
2013 56057 Disciple Maker Index: Leveraging Data to Advance Spiritual Growth in the Catholic Church Matthew Manion Catholic Leadership Institute $200,000 Public Engagement USA No
2015 56036 Understanding the Origins of Agape Love: Developmental Insights into the Psychology of Us and Them Karen Wynn,
Yarrow Dunham
Yale University $1,472,669 Human Sciences USA No
2015 56033 Quantum phenomena: Between the whole and the parts. Pawel Horodecki,
Michal Horodecki
Gdansk University of Technology $539,732 Natural Sciences Europe No
2015 56017 Influencing Spiritually Seeking Millennials Through Story John Priddy Windrider Institute, Inc $390,000 Public Engagement USA No
2015 55996 Genesis of Genius and Unleashing Its Creative Force: A 40-year Longitudinal Study of Mathematically Precocious Youth David Lubinski,
Camilla Benbow
Vanderbilt University $663,449 Exceptional Cognitive Talent and Genius USA Yes
2015 55927 Programme on the enjoyment of life and virtuous behaviour: their determinants and actions to influence them Richard Layard,
Andrew Clark
London School of Economics and Political Science $1,545,484 Character Virtue Development Europe No
2015 55923 Genetics for Africa – Strategies & Opportunities Bernie Jones,
Claudia Canales
Science Technology and Innovation for Development Ltd $195,899 Genetics Europe No
2015 55895 Humility and Forgiveness: The Role of Social Relations among Three Ethnic Groups Toni Antonucci,
Kristine Ajrouch
The University of Michigan $749,976 Character Virtue Development USA No
2014 55517 World Science Productions: The Mystery of Genius Planning Grant Tracy Day,
Shelley Lewis
Science Festival Foundation $215,000 Exceptional Cognitive Talent and Genius USA No
2015 55854 Consolidation of Fine-Tuning Roger Davies,
David Sloan
The University of Oxford $1,300,554 Natural Sciences Europe Yes
2015 55473 The Question of Character: Equipping the Next Generation David Hobbet,
Rebecca McLaughlin
The Veritas Forum Inc. $215,871 Character Virtue Development USA No
2015 55853 Designing and Assessing Tools to Foster Purpose in the Classroom: A Mixed Methods Intervention Study Kendall Bronk Claremont Graduate University $251,965 Character Virtue Development USA No
2015 55844 Nonequilibrium Thermodynamics and the Physics of Biogenesis Jeremy England Massachusetts Institute of Technology $200,000 Natural Sciences USA No
2015 55842 Planning Grant: Project to Develop a Spiritual Worldview Compatible with and Informed by Science Robert Wright Union Theological Seminary $1,020,768 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2015 55833 BITSS Annual Prize: Excellence in Research Transparency Edward Miguel,
Temina Madon
University of California, Berkeley $712,643 Public Engagement USA No
2016 55832 Why we care about more than just the consequence of people’s actions: Insights from evolutionary game theory on virtue, character, morality, and norms Martin Nowak Harvard University $1,499,672 Natural Sciences USA No
2015 55826 Your Daily Dose of Inspiration: Exploring How People Use and are Impacted by Media Content that Elicits Self-Transcendent Emotions Arthur Raney Florida State University Research Foundation $1,955,894 Character Virtue Development USA No
2015 55809 Bringing Spiritually Oriented Psychotherapies into the Healthcare Mainstream: A Preparatory Grant Proposal for an International Grant Competition Philip Richards,
G. E. Allen
Brigham Young University $207,440 Human Sciences USA No
2015 55802 The BICEP3 Experiment: A Multi-frequency Follow-up to BICEP2 Chao-Lin Kuo Stanford University $999,999 Natural Sciences USA No
2015 55801 The Georgia Laws of Life Essay Contest: Continuing Success and Growth Susan Mason Georgia Rotary Districts Character Education Program, Inc. $79,000 Character Virtue Development USA No
2015 55789 Going National: Addressing Spiritual Factors in Public Health Education Douglas Oman,
Sherman Syme
University of California, Berkeley $217,400 Human Sciences USA No
2015 55745 Developing a Comprehensive Theory of Complexity Jennifer Dunne,
Geoffrey West
Santa Fe Institute of Science $2,545,999 Natural Sciences USA No
2015 55716 Magna Carta and the Revival of Freedom Today Eamonn Butler,
Martin Durkin
Adam Smith Institute $1,213,566 Individual Freedom and Free Markets Europe No
2015 55580 Increasing Think Tank Victories: Leveraging Indices to Measure and Create Free Market Policy Reform Matt Warner,
Alejandro Chafuen
Atlas Economic Research Foundation $2,414,224 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA No
2014 52490 Evaluating the Positive Coaching Alliance Model: Developing Competitors of Character Jim Thompson Positive Coaching Alliance $1,302,455 Character Virtue Development USA No
2014 52462 Training the mind to evaluate better: Recalibration toward a balanced weighting of positive and negative valence fosters self-control and well-being Russell Fazio The Ohio State University $480,000 Human Sciences USA No
2015 52366 Questing for Objective Inference: A Missing (Data) Perspective for a Missing Grail Xiao-Li Meng Harvard University $298,651 Natural Sciences USA No
2014 52316 Automated Self-Control: The Neuropsychology of Developing Good Habits Wendy Wood,
John Monterosso
University of Southern California $861,217 Human Sciences USA Yes
2014 52310 Genetic Literacy Project/Gene-ius Big Idea Jon Entine Genetic Literacy Project, divison of Statistical Assessment Service $217,000 Genetics USA No
2014 52269 Imprinting in Human Placentas: The Intergenerational Transmission of Health Beverly Strassmann,
Claudius Vincenz
The University of Michigan $1,254,185 Genetics USA Yes
2015 52265 Universal Operating Principle for Optimal Control in the Sciences (OptiSci) Over Vast Length and Time Scales Herschel Rabitz Princeton University $770,423 Natural Sciences USA Yes
2014 52257 Toward an affective science of religion: The emotional causes and consequences of religious belief Ryan McKay,
Jonathan Jong,
Jamin Halberstadt
Royal Holloway and Bedford New College $197,404 Human Sciences Europe Yes
2015 52252 Deity prototypes in individuals and families Frank Fincham,
Ross May
Florida State University Research Foundation $280,181 Human Sciences USA No
2014 52249 Developmental change in Spirituality : Longitudinal study of faith biographies, religious schemata and their psychological correlates and predictors Heinz Streib,
Ralph Hood
Universität Bielefeld $212,937 Human Sciences Europe No
2014 52216 Encouraging independence and enterprise for a healthy old age Philip Booth,
Kristian Niemietz
Institute of Economic Affairs $155,283 Individual Freedom and Free Markets Europe Yes
2014 52187 Decision problems in quantum information János Bergou,
Mark Hillery
Hunter College of the City University of New York and CUNY Research Foundation $548,836 Natural Sciences USA No
2014 52185 A Social Cognitive Developmental Approach to Folk Representations of God’s Mind Liane Young,
Adam Waytz
Trustees of Boston College $261,130 Human Sciences USA Yes
2014 52177 Planning grant for Africa RFPs Joel Carpenter Calvin College $199,994 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2014 52153 Does Knowledge of Science and World Religions Lead to Abstract Representations of God? Kathryn Johnson ASU Foundation for a New American University $264,904 Human Sciences USA No
2016 52125 Advancing Health, Religion, and Spirituality Research from Public Health to End of Life Tracy Balboni,
Tyler VanderWeele
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute $2,104,202 Human Sciences USA Yes
2014 52095 Structural Complexity of Quantum Processes James Crutchfield Complexity Sciences Center, University of California at Davis $431,293 Natural Sciences USA No
2014 52071 Ruling the mind: The synergistic effects of mindsets and mental control training Jonathan Schooler,
Michael Mrazek
University of California Santa Barbara $915,989 Human Sciences USA Yes
2015 52067 God-complexity and the Multiple God-Aspects Framework Carissa Sharp,
Zhen Cheng
Newman University $231,217 Human Sciences USA No
2015 54557 The Free Markets Series on PBS Affiliates, Seasons 2, 3 & 4 Michel Kelly-Gagnon Institut économique de Montréal $300,000 Individual Freedom and Free Markets North America No
2015 52045 Intellectual Humility Massive Open Online Course Duncan Pritchard,
Emma Gordon
University of Edinburgh (Eidyn Research Centre, Philosophy) $378,689 Philosophy and Theology Europe No
2016 54466 Chemistry to Life Steven Benner Foundation for Applied Molecular Evolution $5,399,996 Natural Sciences USA Yes
2014 54459 A book on the power of positive thinking to overcome negativity bias John Tierney $200,729 Public Engagement Europe No
2014 52025 Religion and the Rule of Law: Sustainable Reform in Southeast Asia Chris Seiple,
Brett Scharffs
Institute for Global Engagement $2,523,059 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA No
2014 54281 Pilot Project: Role of Epigenetics in Evolutionary Biology: Darwin’s Finches Model Michael Skinner Washington State University $215,870 Natural Sciences USA No
2014 52022 Science for Students and Emerging, Young Adults (SEYA) Greg Cootsona Bidwell Memorial Presbyterian Church $171,120 Public Engagement USA No
2014 54269 Science and Islam Video Resource Database Salman Hameed Hampshire College $199,656 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2014 52015 Spanish Interdisciplinary Dictionary in Science, Philosophy and Theology Claudia Vanney,
Ignacio Silva
Instituto de Filosofía, Universidad Austral. $199,618 Philosophy and Theology South America No
2014 52520 The Enhancing Life Project William Schweiker,
Guenter Thomas
University of Chicago $4,661,130 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2014 54251 Planning Grant: Values and Money Garth Japhet The Mass Media Project $100,000 Character Virtue Development Africa No
2014 54160 Epistemic Humility as a Solution to the Problem of Disagreement Nathan Ballantyne Fordham University, Philosophy Department $102,397 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2013 53973 Gratitude Diaries Cultural Book and Multimedia Engagement Helene Mantell,
Janice Kaplan
Institute of International Education $309,389 Public Engagement USA No
2014 53884 Science for Youth Ministry Andrew Root Luther Seminary $188,540 Public Engagement USA No
2014 53060 Foundations of Complexity Constantino Tsallis Fundacao de Apoio ao Desenvolvimento da Computacao Cientifica $800,000 Natural Sciences Europe No
2014 53057 The Subterranean Blind Mole-Rat (Spalax): Natural Experimental Animal for Cancer Treatment and Prevention in Humans Aaron Avivi,
Imad Shams
Institute of Evolution, University of Haifa $910,642 Genetics Asia Yes
2014 53052 Bionomics: Decoding meaning in epigenetics and endocrine disruption Jon Entine Statistical Assessment Service $494,466 Genetics USA Yes
2015 52935 What Drives Human Cognitive Evolution? Nicholas Toth,
Kathy Schick
Stone Age Institute $3,197,332 Natural Sciences USA No
2015 52709 Habitable Zones of Entropy and Complexity in Simulated Universes Hector Zenil The Chancellor, Masters and Scholars of the University of Oxford $181,036 Natural Sciences Europe No
2014 52686 Motivated Cognitions of God: A Theoretical and Empirical Framework and Computational Model Jennifer Talevich,
Stephen Read
University of Southern California $295,880 Human Sciences USA No
2014 52676 Africa.co – Collaboratively elevating the next generation of African entrepreneurs Nick Vilelle Global Entrepreneurship Week $173,250 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA No
2015 52671 Special Issue and Sections in ‘The New Atlantis’ Dedicated to Big Questions Adam Keiper The Center for the Study of Technology and Society $151,100 Public Engagement USA Yes
2015 52654 Bringing Forefront Science to Religion Writers Edward Derrick,
Ginger Pinholster
American Association for the Advancement of Science $157,755 Public Engagement USA No
2014 52636 Science Friday Big Questions Digital Video Series Danielle Dana,
Luke Groskin
Science Friday Initiative $187,588 Public Engagement USA No
2014 52622 Longitudinal Examination of the Cultural Influences on Developing Concepts of God Rebekah Richert University of California, Riverside $243,830 Human Sciences USA No
2014 52618 Visions of Immortality Ken Taylor,
John Perry
Philosophy Talk $104,321 Public Engagement USA No
2014 52602 Teaching Freedom Project Matt Bufton,
Janet Neilson
Institute for Liberal Studies $204,410 Individual Freedom and Free Markets North America No
2014 52564 Expanding Freedom in Argentina Eduardo Marty,
Maria Marty
Junior Achievement Argentina $196,560 Individual Freedom and Free Markets South America Yes
2015 52541 Center for Pastor Theologians: Christianity and Science Gerald Hiestand Center for Pastor Theologians $179,190 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2015 52539 The Big Questions Debates [Planning Phase] Cherian Koshy National Speech & Debate Association $182,606 Public Engagement USA No
2014 52522 Biological and Cognitive Approaches to Explaining Religious Altruism Joni Sasaki York University $330,842 Human Sciences North America No
2015 52003 Consciousness and creativity at the dawn of settled life: the test-case of Çatalhöyük Ian Hodder Stanford University, Department of Anthropology $1,942,601 Natural Sciences USA No
2015 51996 Training Research-Literate Chaplains as Ambassadors for Spirituality and Health: Phase I George Fitchett,
Wendy Cadge
Rush University Medical Center $215,753 Human Sciences USA No
2015 51986 Future Freedom – To inspire, educate and support the young of today to be the free marketeers of the future Stephen Davies,
Christiana Hambro
Institute of Economic Affairs $433,870 Individual Freedom and Free Markets Europe No
2014 51240 Pew-Templeton Global Religious Futures Phase 3 Alan Cooperman Pew Charitable Trusts $2,600,000 Human Sciences USA Yes
2014 51977 The control principles of complex systems Albert-Laszlo Barabasi,
Jean-Jacques Slotine
Northeastern University $1,950,000 Natural Sciences USA Yes
2013 50695 Establishing an “Imagination Institute” Eileen Heisman National Philanthropic Trust $176,820 Human Sciences USA No
2014 51974 A Muslim-Christian capacity-building and planning project in science and religion Douglas Kindschi,
Alparslan Acikgenc
Brooks College, Grand Valley State University $114,812 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2014 50696 Advancing the Science of Imagination: Toward an “Imagination Quotient” Martin Seligman,
Scott Barry Kaufman
Imagination Institute $5,647,094 Human Sciences USA Yes
2013 50243 “Seven Days of Genius”: An Exhibition of Ideas Henry Timms,
Catherine Cochran
Young Men's & Young Women's Hebrew Association $1,844,999 Exceptional Cognitive Talent and Genius USA No
2015 51971 Causality Perception as a Mechanism of Belief in God in the U.S. and Afghanistan Adam Green,
Fathali Moghaddam
President and Directors of Georgetown College $307,950 Human Sciences USA No
2015 50191 From Biological Practice to Scientific Metaphysics Alan Love Regents of the University of Minnesota $2,102,390 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2014 51968 Jesus in the mind’s eye Jeff Larsen,
Ralph Hood
University of Tennessee Knoxville $253,305 Human Sciences USA No
2014 51933 “Everything Happens for a Reason”: Seeing God’s Handiwork Behind Life Events Paul Bloom Yale University $232,488 Human Sciences USA No
2014 50183 Molecular Etiology of Epigenetic Transgenerational Inheritance of Disease Michael Skinner Washington State University $2,587,500 Genetics USA No
2013 50164 Alfred Russel Wallace Centenary: Natural Selection and Beyond Richard Milner Ethnic Arts Council of Los Angeles $699,298 Natural Sciences USA No
2015 51928 Analytic Philosophy of Religion in Brazil Agnaldo Portugal Brazilian Association for the Philosophy of Religion $203,721 Philosophy and Theology South America No
2015 51914 Virtue Interventions in Adolescent Athletes: Framing and Context Effects Sarah Schnitker,
Justin Barrett
Fuller Theological Seminary $780,159 Character Virtue Development USA No
2013 50163 Expanding the Parameters of God’s Revelation: Planning for an International Conference for Roman Catholic Seminary Rector-Presidents and Deans Doris Donnelly John Carroll University $125,373 Public Engagement USA No
2014 51897 The Representation of God in relation to Self Interview (RGSI): A move to the representational level in the attachment-religion connection Pehr Granqvist Stockholm University $576,541 Human Sciences Europe No
2014 49684 The Science & Philosophy of Self-Control Alfred Mele Florida State University $4,452,163 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2014 51894 Mathematics, Dualism, and the Renaissance Revival Satyan Devadoss Williams College $79,592 Natural Sciences USA No
2014 49682 The Templeton Project for Open Inquiry in the Legal Academy: Free Enterprise and Religious Freedom Eugene Meyer,
Lee Otis
Federalist Society $2,250,000 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA No
2014 49683 Aspects of Religious Experiences: Investigations from Science, Philosophy, Theology, and Religious Studies Michael Rea,
L.A. Paul
University of Notre Dame $4,655,995 Philosophy and Theology Europe Yes
2014 51890 The Evolution of Wisdom Celia Deane-Drummond,
Agustin Fuentes
University of Notre Dame du Lac $216,998 Natural Sciences USA No
2014 48953 An Exploratory Assessment of the Science and Religion Dialogue in Japanese Religious Communities and Educational Institutions Seung Chul Kim Nanzan University $197,400 Public Engagement Asia No
2015 51876 Probing the emergent spacetime fabric: from theory to phenomenology Stefano Liberati SISSA - Scuola Internazionale Superiore di Studi Avanzati $322,159 Natural Sciences Europe No
2014 48952 Evolutionary Foundations of Human Uniqueness: Recovering Patterns of Cognition, Cumulative Culture and Cooperation William Kimbel ASU Foundation for a New American University $4,934,107 Natural Sciences Europe Yes
2014 51838 Epigenetic Transmission of Stress Vulnerability Eric Nestler Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai $344,026 Genetics USA No
2014 48593 Special Issue of Critical Review on “Democracy and Political Ignorance” Jeffrey Friedman Critical Review Foundation, Inc. $55,700 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA No
2014 51835 The Two Pluralisms – Toward a New Paradigm on Modernity and Religion Peter Berger Boston University Institute on Culture Religion and World Affairs $115,873 Human Sciences USA No
2014 48513 Conditional Cash Transfers: Safety Net or Welfare Trap? Gonzalo Schwarz,
Alejandro Chafuen
Atlas Economic Research Foundation $274,499 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA No
2014 51830 Beyond the Classroom: the Effect of School Choice Funding on Religious Practice Daniel Hungerman University of Notre Dame $144,829 Human Sciences USA No
2014 48517 Investigating the effects of cosmic inhomogeneities on precision cosmology Mustapha Ishak-Boushaki The University of Texas at Dallas $125,044 Natural Sciences USA No
2014 51787 East Asian RFP The God-Realism Connection in Indian and Analytic Philosophy Arindam Chakrabarti University of Hawai'i $199,862 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2014 48512 Gratitude Revealed Louis Schwartzberg Blacklight Films $1,102,995 Public Engagement USA Yes
2013 51767 Franklin County: Templeton Laws of Life Program Becky Templeton The Garden Association $107,500 Character Virtue Development USA No
2014 48498 Free Will, Moral Responsibility, Divine Providence, and Human Relationships with God Patrick Todd University of Edinburgh $163,271 Philosophy and Theology Europe Yes
2014 51742 Experimental Probe of Quantum Space-time Craig Hogan,
Stephan Meyer
University of Chicago $259,445 Natural Sciences USA No
2014 48479 A Value-Ethical Approach to Assessing Virtues: Comparative and Cross-Cultural Validity Gerard Saucier ORI (Oregon Research Institute) Community and Evaluation Services $247,000 Character Virtue Development USA No
2015 51722 Jewish Philosophical Theology Yoram Hazony,
Joshua Weinstein
Jewish Philosophy Fund $2,166,858 Philosophy and Theology USA Yes
2014 48461 Gratitude in an Aging Society Lindsay Ryan University of Michigan $172,152 Character Virtue Development USA No
2014 48423 Studies in Dissipative Systems George Whitesides President and Fellows of Harvard College $1,000,000 Natural Sciences USA No
2015 51679 The Cambridge New Directions in the Study of the Mind Project Tim Crane Chancellor Masters and Scholars of the University of Cambridge $1,615,072 Philosophy and Theology Europe No
2014 51672 This View of Life and the Science to Narrative Chain David Wilson The Evolution Institute $216,779 Natural Sciences USA No
2015 51664 Religion and Health – 2 hour public television documentary Gerald Krell,
Adam Krell
Hartley Film Foundation $447,005 Public Engagement USA No
2014 51485 The Foundations of Ancient American Indian Religion and Civilization at Cahokia’s Emerald Shrine Timothy Pauketat,
Susan Alt
University of Illinois $336,557 Natural Sciences USA Yes
2014 51473 Evolution of Biological Cooperation: Insights from the Economic Theory of the Firm Joan Roughgarden University of Hawaii $199,959 Natural Sciences USA No
2014 51459 The New Madhyamaka: Developing Ancient Indian Thought Through Contemporary Philosophical Tools and Techniques Jan Westerhoff University of Oxford $141,838 Philosophy and Theology Europe No
2015 51435 Gods in Disorder: The Promise of Abnormal Religious Cognition for the Science of Religious Cognition Robert McCauley,
George Graham
Emory University, Georgia State University $268,563 Human Sciences USA No
2014 51250 Boundaries of Life Initiative: seeking fundamental advances in the nature, origins and limits of life Nathan Wolfe Global Viral $4,500,278 Natural Sciences USA Yes
2014 48020 Citizen science in the quantum world Jacob Friis Sherson,
Klaus Mølmer
Department of Physics and Astronomy, Aarhus University $1,005,272 Natural Sciences Europe Yes
2014 48003 Structure and Randomness in the Theory of Computation Laurent Bienvenu,
Christopher Porter
Université Paris Diderot - Paris 7 $154,605 Natural Sciences Europe No
2014 48001 Charting out the space of quantum field theories Davide Gaiotto,
Jaume Gomis
Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics $190,457 Natural Sciences North America No
2014 47996 The Secret Religious Lives of Atheists: Existential-Threat Motivated Supernatural Thinking Amongst Religious and Non-Religious Individuals Clay Routledge North Dakota State University $199,937 Human Sciences USA Yes
2014 47994 Homo faber: the Language of Technology Dietrich Stout Emory University $198,784 Natural Sciences USA No
2014 47981 Novel cultural approaches to human evolution Marcus Feldman Stanford University $312,415 Natural Sciences USA Yes
2014 47921 Planning Grant: Interpretive Program of the Museum of the American Revolution R. Stephenson Museum of the American Revolution $200,000 Character Virtue Development USA No
2013 47915 Engaging Africa Planning Grant Joel Carpenter,
Lamin Sanneh
Calvin College $199,953 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2014 47910 What is Known about Existing Measures: Meta-Analyses of Psychometric Properties of Measures of Eleven Character Strengths Noel Card University of Connecticut $245,538 Character Virtue Development USA No
2014 47893 Understanding the Family in Family Planning: How Education about Maternal Risk can change the Gender Gap in Demand for Family Planning Nava Ashraf Innovations for Poverty Action $490,797 Voluntary Family Planning Africa No
2013 47889 The Honest Truth Project – a multi-platform project about dishonesty Yael Melamede International Documentary Association $659,865 Character Virtue Development USA No
2014 47870 Developing A Smartphone-Based Character Assessment System for Schools Daniel Kindlon,
Stephen Buka
Edumetrics Consulting, LLC $249,670 Character Virtue Development USA No
2014 47864 Does antimatter fall like matter? Michael Doser CERN (European Center for Particle Physics) $199,999 Natural Sciences Europe No
2014 47863 The Virtues and Higher Education Kyle Harper,
Linda Zagzebski
University of Oklahoma $195,000 Character Virtue Development USA No
2014 47861 Examining the role of shared neural representations of pain-related affect in empathy and altruism Abigail Marsh Georgetown University $525,299 Human Sciences USA No
2014 47783 Measuring within-person changes in diligence: Capitalizing on momentary sampling methods Josh Jackson,
Angela Duckworth
Washington University $249,846 Character Virtue Development USA No
2013 47707 Character and Opportunity Richard Reeves Brookings Institution $160,000 Character Virtue Development USA No
2014 48372 Superfluid optomechanics as a probe of macroscopic quantum effects Jack Harris Yale University $226,061 Natural Sciences USA No
2013 47702 SCIENCE AND FAITH – A PLATFORM FOR DIALOGUE AND EDUCATION IN SWEDEN Carl Reinhold Brakenhielm,
Mikael Stenmark
Uppsala University $35,075 Public Engagement Europe No
2016 48365 Summer Seminars in Neuroscience and Philosophy (SSNAP) Walter Sinnott-Armstrong,
Felipe De Brigard
Duke University $1,882,539 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2014 47633 What banged? Joao Magueijo Imperial College London $423,767 Natural Sciences Europe No
2015 48354 Perennial Conceptions of the Divine: An Analytical Investigation Tim Pawl,
Gloria Frost
The University of St. Thomas $198,358 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2014 47609 The Role of Religion in Social Change: The Case of “Secret Society” Religions Brian Hayden Simon Fraser University $198,985 Natural Sciences North America Yes
2014 48344 What Does It Mean To Be Human? Promoting a national conversation on human evolution by touring the Smithsonian’s Hall of Human Origins Richard Potts Human Origins Program, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian $1,057,576 Natural Sciences USA No
2014 47592 Training Empathy and Compassion through Engagement with Fictional Worlds Thalia Goldstein Pace University $187,860 Character Virtue Development USA No
2014 48322 Do unprovable truths emerge from physics? Michael Wolf Technische Universität München $416,053 Natural Sciences Europe No
2014 46945 Philosophy, Politics, and Economics of Freedom David Schmidtz,
Mario Villarreal-Diaz
University of Arizona Foundation $2,963,741 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA Yes
2014 48328 Bethel Initiative for Science and the Church Kenneth Reynhout,
Christian Collins Winn
Bethel University $119,548 Public Engagement USA No
2014 46933 New Frontiers: Promoting Interdisciplinary and International Research through theARDA.com Roger Finke,
Christopher Bader
The Pennsylvania State University $1,075,529 Human Sciences USA Yes
2014 48320 Areiopagi: Advancing the Dialogue Between Science and Religion in Finland Aku Visala,
Erkki Kojonen
Areiopagi RY $124,014 Philosophy and Theology Europe No
2014 48321 Behavioral Measures of Humility in Couples Don Davis Georgia State University $246,248 Character Virtue Development USA No
2014 48303 Samford University Center for Science and Religion: New Directions for Science and Religion Dialogue Steve Donaldson,
Thomas W Woolley
Samford University $200,000 Public Engagement USA No
2014 48298 Self-Control, Spirituality, and Well-Being: An Online Experience Sampling Method Study Bradley Wright University of Connecticut $451,651 Human Sciences USA No
2014 48287 Measuring virtues: Overcoming self-report limitations for cost-effective scalable assessment Louis Tay,
Stephen Stark
Purdue University $250,000 Character Virtue Development USA No
2014 48275 Cognitive, cultural, and motivational influences on religious belief and disbelief Will Gervais University of Kentucky $656,353 Human Sciences USA Yes
2014 48256 Diligence Task 2.0: An Online Performance Measure of Academic Diligence Sidney D'Mello,
Angela Duckworth
University of Notre Dame $239,671 Character Virtue Development USA No
2014 48240 Edupreneurship: Opening Up the Education Marketplace Frederick Hess American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research $200,000 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA No
2014 48239 Increasing Family Planning for Young Women in Burkina Faso Abdoul Balde Pathfinder International $175,000 Voluntary Family Planning Africa No
2014 48038 Informational Complexity of Physical Reality Marcelo Gleiser Dartmouth College $199,999 Natural Sciences USA No
2014 48234 Liberating Asian Enterprise Tom Palmer Atlas Economic Research Foundation $287,475 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA No
2014 48222 String Theory and the Anthropic Universe Iosif Bena Commissariat à l’énergie atomique et aux énergies alternatives $508,510 Natural Sciences Europe Yes
2014 48192 A formal modeling framework for the dynamics of subjective well-being, including satisfaction with interpersonal relationships Joachim Vandekerckhove,
Zita Oravecz
University of California, Irvine $540,018 Human Sciences USA No
2014 48188 Axial-Age Religions and the Z-Curve of Human Egalitarianism Peter Turchin Evolution Institute, Inc. $924,002 Natural Sciences USA No
2015 48186 An exploration of social influences on prosociality in early childhood Nicola McGuigan Heriot Watt University $138,632 Natural Sciences Europe No
2014 48175 Orienting People toward Forgivingness Patrick Hill,
Mathias Allemand
Carleton University $161,042 Character Virtue Development North America No
2014 48153 Answering to the existence of quantum gravity Marco Genovese Istituto Nazionale di Ricerca Metrologica $341,771 Natural Sciences Europe No
2014 48138 Abstract Mathematics for Actual Computation: Hilbert’s Program in the 21st Century Peter Schuster,
Olaf Beyersdorff
University of Leeds $384,314 Natural Sciences Europe No
2015 48056 FIRST THINGS Writing Fellows: From Intellectual Innovation to Public Influence Russell Reno Institute on Religion and Public Life $130,000 Public Engagement USA No
2014 48054 Cognitive processes in moral elevation: counterfactual ‘if only’ thoughts in young adults’ intentions to emulate moral excellence Ruth Byrne Trinity College Dublin, University of Dublin, Ireland $123,276 Human Sciences Europe No
2014 48052 Location Matters: A Comparative Analysis of State Tax Costs on Business Joseph Henchman Tax Foundation $210,525 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA No
2014 43903 The Genomic Hotspots of Evolution: pervasive Paths of Least Resistance behind Phenotypic Change Virginie Orgogozo,
Arnaud Martin
Universite Paris Diderot $223,442 Natural Sciences Europe No
2013 43893 Picture This: Bringing Joy into Focus and Developing Healthy Habits of Mind Laura Mckee,
Sara Algoe
Clark University $276,415 Character Virtue Development USA No
2013 43869 The Logical Mind: Connecting Foundations and Technology Matthias Baaz Kurt Gödel Gesellschaft $541,747 Natural Sciences Europe No
2013 43796 A Quantum-Digital Universe Giacomo D'Ariano Universita' degli Studi di Pavia $327,276 Natural Sciences Europe No
2013 43769 The Alien Earths Initiative David Charbonneau,
David Latham
Harvard University $2,000,000 Natural Sciences USA No
2013 43721 Muslim-Science.Com Task Forces Initiative: Shaping the Debate on Science, Religion, and Society in the Islamic World Athar Osama Technomics International Ltd. $199,710 Philosophy and Theology Europe No
2013 43667 Cooperation, Purpose, and the Organism David Queller,
Joan Strassmann
Washington Univeristy in Saint Louis $1,575,050 Natural Sciences USA No
2013 43655 Contemporary Moral Theory and the Problem of Evil James Sterba University of Notre Dame $180,286 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2014 43599 Research on the Origins of Economic Freedom and Prosperity Benjamin Powell Texas Tech University $1,690,150 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA Yes
2014 43510 Gratitude, well-being, and the decline of materialism: A cross-cultural study of character formation in children and adolescents Jonathan Tudge The University of North Carolina at Greensboro $855,103 Character Virtue Development USA No
2013 43467 REDefining quantumness in MESoscopic Systems Mauro Paternostro,
Gabriele De Chiara
Queen's University Belfast $371,903 Natural Sciences Europe No
2013 43461 How Character and Practical Wisdom are Learned: Re-designing Institutions To Get the Practitioners We Need Kenneth Sharpe Swarthmore College $122,180 Character Virtue Development USA No
2013 43419 On the Viewscreen: Integrating Spiritual Factors into Public Health Teaching & Practice Douglas Oman,
Sherman Syme
University of California, Berkeley $103,054 Human Sciences USA No
2014 43393 Vast Immensity, Exquisitely Made: Tidal Dwarf Galaxies and the Cosmic Dark Matter Problem Stacy McGaugh Case Western Reserve University $365,985 Natural Sciences USA Yes
2014 43386 Students For Liberty International Expansion Frederik Roeder,
Irena Schneider
Students For Liberty $1,055,241 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA No
2013 43297 Steps to a Natural Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics – deriving quantum mechanics from new axioms with clear physical meaning Daniel Rohrlich Ben Gurion University of the Negev $162,553 Natural Sciences Asia No
2014 46724 Generous by nature: Need-based transfers and the origins of human cooperation Lee Cronk,
C. Aktipis
Rutgers University Foundation $1,955,924 Natural Sciences USA Yes
2015 43288 Modeling Religion: Simulating the Social Effects of Religion with Cognitively Complex Agents Patrick McNamara,
Wesley Wildman
Boston VA Research Institute, Inc. $1,365,875 Human Sciences USA No
2014 46717 Behavioral Measures of Virtue: Moving from the Lab to the “Real World” David DeSteno Northeastern University $244,251 Character Virtue Development USA No
2013 43285 Experimental Evolution of Multicellularity Michael Travisano University of Minnesota $825,000 Natural Sciences USA No
2014 46663 Ensuring the Availability of Life Saving Family Planning Commodities in Nigeria and Senegal Sono Aibe,
Lou Compernolle
Pathfinder International $450,000 Voluntary Family Planning USA Yes
2014 43284 How Service-Learning Influences Youth Purpose Around the World Seana Moran,
Jenni Mariano
Clark University $1,449,363 Character Virtue Development USA No
2014 46545 Increasing Scientific Openness and Integrity Brian Nosek,
Jeffrey Spies
Center for Open Science $2,109,856 Character Virtue Development USA No
2013 43234 Cosmic Logic: A Study of Reasoning in Cosmology Vitaly Vanchurin University of Minnesota $70,529 Natural Sciences USA No
2014 46501 Hope and Optimism: Conceptual and Empirical Investigations Samuel Newlands,
Andrew Chignell
University of Notre Dame $4,434,256 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2013 43177 Building the Foundations for a Joyful Life: An Investigation of How Children Can Learn to Think Positively Cynthia Stifter Penn State University $483,059 Human Sciences USA No
2013 43174 Intrinsic Randomness in the Quantum World Antonio Acín,
Maciej Lewenstein
Institute for Photonic Sciences $781,726 Natural Sciences Europe No
2015 46110 Developing the Philosophy of Religion in Brazil and Latin America Agnaldo Portugal Brazilian Association for the Philosophy of Religion $68,500 Philosophy and Theology South America No
2014 43160 Contingency, Convergence, Cognition: Why Conscious Species are Common in the Universe but Technological Species are Rare Russell Powell Boston University $139,676 Natural Sciences USA No
2014 46078 Bridging Research and Practice: Transforming 5-12 Education Though Evidence-Based Approaches To Character Development David Levin,
Dominic Randolph
The Character Lab $2,546,871 Character Virtue Development USA Yes
2014 45636 Character Development in Adolescence Angela Duckworth,
William Damon
University of Pennsylvania $2,392,230 Character Virtue Development USA No
2013 45549 Duty, Honor, Country: A Preliminary Investigation of Virtue Development and Education at the United States Military Academy Richard Lerner Tufts University $262,940 Character Virtue Development USA No
2013 45346 Rationality and Religious Belief: A Philosophical Investigation of Contemporary Cognitive Science of Religion Kelly James Clark Kaufman Interfaith Institute, Grand Valley State University $100,273 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2014 45112 Positive Psychology and Ministry in Christian Faith Communities Mark McMinn,
Rodger Bufford
George Fox University $199,892 Human Sciences USA No
2014 44280 Developing Market-Driven Models to Catalyze Genetics Research of Rare Diseases Jimmy Lin,
Jimmy Lin
Rare Genomics Institute $173,000 Genetics USA No
2014 44267 Speaking Freely: Defending and Promoting an American Standard for Freedom of Speech Globally Javier El-Hage,
Roberto Gonzalez
Human Rights Foundation $1,000,000 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA No
2013 44222 Multiband and Multidimensional Searches for Electromagnetic Indicators of Extraterrestrial Technology Dan Werthimer,
Frank Drake
University of California, Berkeley $800,750 Natural Sciences USA No
2014 44180 What does it mean to be human? Brooke Hecht The Center for Humans and Nature $309,750 Natural Sciences USA No
2013 44167 The Value of Suffering: An Interdisciplinary Investigation of the Nature, Meaning, and Role of Affective Experience David Bain,
Michael Brady
University of Glasgow $564,177 Philosophy and Theology Europe No
2013 44163 The Index of Philanthropic Freedom: A Ranking of Philanthropic Freedom Across Countries Carol Adelman,
Jesse Barnett
Hudson Institute $199,703 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA Yes
2013 44125 Scientists in Congregations: A Program for Generating a New Engagement Between Pastors and Scientists, Congregations and Scientific Communities. Andrew Torrance,
Andrew Torrance
University of St Andrews $674,686 Public Engagement Europe No
2014 44100 Close to the Origin, beyond Space and Time Daniele Oriti,
Hermann Nicolai
Max Planck Institute for Gravitational Physics $154,846 Natural Sciences Europe No
2015 44076 Enhancing children’s capacity for empathy through musical interaction Ian Cross University of Cambridge $519,040 Human Sciences Europe No
2013 44033 The Role of NGOs in Bioscience Policy-Making for Food Security David Bennett Centre of Development Studies, University of Cambridge $91,614 Genetics Europe No
2014 44032 Psychological Needs, Individual Differences, and Representations of God Kathryn Johnson Arizona State University $484,186 Human Sciences USA No
2013 44000 Convergent Evolution of the Vertebrate Microbiome Valerie McKenzie,
Valerie McKenzie
University of Colorado, Boulder $977,501 Natural Sciences USA No
2013 43997 Christian Faith and Science: A Field Guide for the 21st Century Timothy O'Connor Indiana University $83,986 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2014 43955 Redesigning the Antigua Forum: Entrepreneurship for Reformers Wayne Leighton Universidad Francisco Marroquín $299,639 Individual Freedom and Free Markets North America No
2013 43919 Altruism, eye cues, and social value orientation: Under what conditions does a sense of being watched increase charitable behaviors? Paul van Lange,
Thomas Pollet
VU University $179,547 Human Sciences Europe No
2014 43915 Is macroevolution testable? Comparative insights into convergent evolution Mark Wilkinson,
Matthew Wills
Natural History Museum $425,410 Natural Sciences Europe No
2013 40380 Africa’s Next Harvest II –Biotechnology R&D driving agriculture productivity and economic development Judith Chambers,
Jose Falck-Zepeda
International Food Policy Research Institute $502,364 Genetics USA No
2013 40381 Decoherence in closed quantum systems: emergence of classicality from quantum mechanics. Michael Gershenson,
Lev Ioffe
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey $350,000 Natural Sciences USA No
2013 40376 The Nature of Faith: Anthropological Foundations of an Enduring Human Faculty Melvin Konner Emory University $154,880 Natural Sciences USA No
2013 40455 Simulating Emergence in Quantum Matter Roger Melko,
Guifre Vidal Bonafont
Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics $365,036 Natural Sciences North America No
2013 40370 Islamic Analytic Theology Phase 1: Building Foundational Analytic Resources Aref Nayed,
sohail
Kalam Research & Media $2,041,165 Philosophy and Theology Asia No
2013 40405 Science and Faith in Dialogue: Courses in Catholic Theology Emili Romeu,
Armand Tarrech
Facultat de Teologia de Catalunya $246,558 Public Engagement Europe No
2013 40357 The Motivational Underpinnings of Thrift and Farsighted Behavior Oleg Urminsky,
Daniel Bartels
University of Chicago Booth School of Business $210,589 Character Virtue Development USA No
2013 40274 Assessing the Influence of Interactive Technology and Collaborative Learning in Promoting Character Development and Prosocial Behaviors Carol Greenwald,
Richard Lerner
WGBH Educational Foundation $207,243 Character Virtue Development USA No
2013 40185 Dual perspectives on emergence: quantum criticality and spacetime Shamit Kachru,
Steve Kivelson
Stanford University $530,589 Natural Sciences USA No
2013 40169 Charting Free Enterprise and Progress Marian Tupy Cato Institute $230,000 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA No
2013 40148 The Concept of Fu in Contemporary China: Searching for Well-Being, Purpose, and the Good Life in an Age of Anxiety Becky Hsu,
Richard Madsen
Georgetown University $856,420 Human Sciences USA No
2013 40147 Advanced Perspectives on Science and Religion: Higher-Order Properties of Complex Systems in Multi-Disciplinary and Multi-Cultural Contexts Pranab Das Elon University $199,940 Natural Sciences USA No
2013 40142 Creativity, Innovation, and Free Institutions: Science, Enterprise and Law in the Making of the American Commercial Republic Michael Andrews The Jack MIller Center for the Teaching of America's Founding Principles and His $2,799,838 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA No
2013 40136 Making and Defending Meaning: Understanding and Reducing Tension between Scientific and Religious Meaning Systems Daryl R. Van Tongeren Hope College $79,902 Natural Sciences USA No
2013 40128 Exploring the Evolutionary Foundations of Cultural Complexity, Creativity and Trust Kevin Laland,
Andrew Whiten
University of St Andrews $3,916,439 Natural Sciences Europe No
2014 42813 F.A. Hayek Program for Advanced Study in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics at the Mercatus Center at George Mason University Peter Boettke,
Chris Coyne
Mercatus Center At George Mason University $1,995,915 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA No
2013 40114 Quantum Hardness Shivaji Sondhi,
Roderich Moessner
Princeton University $181,663 Natural Sciences USA No
2013 42248 Global Value Chain, Information Flows and GM Cotton Impacts in Burkina Faso, South Africa and Kenya: A planning grant proposal Jose Falck-Zepeda International Food Policy Research Institute $199,985 Genetics USA No
2013 40090 Emergent space in quantum many-body systems Sung-Sik Lee McMaster University $92,000 Natural Sciences North America No
2013 42194 A quintessential Universe Alina Badescu University POLITEHNICA of Bucharest $156,087 Natural Sciences Europe No
2013 40102 The Coexistence of Scientific and Religious Explanations Across Cultures and Development Cristine Legare University of Texas at Austin $200,000 Natural Sciences USA No
2013 42023 The Scientific Virtues: A National Survey of the Ethical Perceptions of Scientific Leaders Robert Pennock,
Jon Miller
Michigan State University $1,055,139 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2013 40085 A Nationwide, Principles-Based High School Civics Textbook David J Bobb Bill of Rights Institute $800,000 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA Yes
2013 40491 Topological Quantum States and the Emergence of Spatial Dimensionality Ashvin Vishwanath University of California, Berkeley $125,000 Natural Sciences USA No
2013 41966 On Knowing Humanity: Integrating Theological with Scientific Anthropology Eloise Meneses Eastern University $199,548 Natural Sciences USA No
2013 40077 Landmark Spirituality and Health Survey Neal Krause University of Michigan $8,028,154 Human Sciences USA Yes
2013 40489 A Course of Study Strengthening Character Development in Jewish Communities through Tikkun Middot, Applying Mindfulness to Practice of Moral Qualities Marc Margolius Institute for Jewish Spirituality, Inc. $571,431 Character Virtue Development USA Yes
2014 41912 Economic and Religious Liberty – Making and Magnifying the Intellectual and Practical Connection for Present and Future Global Catholic Leaders Samuel Gregg Acton Institute for the Study of Religion and Liberty $1,000,000 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA No
2013 40060 THE DEMOCRACY CONSENSUS: Is there an alternative to the ‘Beijing Consensus’ developing in democracies of the South? Ann Bernstein The Centre for Development and Enterprise $796,000 Individual Freedom and Free Markets Africa No
2014 41907 Do Yourself a Favor: Prudence as Inter-temporal Kindness Daniel Gilbert,
Timothy Wilson
Harvard University $399,991 Human Sciences USA Yes
2013 40485 The Durham Emergence Project Robin Hendry,
Tom McLeish
Durham University $2,114,705 Philosophy and Theology Europe No
2014 41879 East Asian Analytic Philosophy and Theology RFP: Eastern and Western Conceptions of Oneness, Virtue, and Human Happiness Philip Ivanhoe City University of Hong Kong $324,883 Philosophy and Theology Asia No
2014 41876 Special Divine Action Andrew Pinsent Ian Ramsey Centre $2,435,306 Philosophy and Theology Europe No
2013 41706 The Philosophy and Theology of Intellectual Humility Eleonore Stump,
John Greco
St Louis University $2,808,276 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2013 41688 Paradox and Inconsistency in East Asian Daoism and Buddhism Jay Garfield,
Graham Priest
Yale-NUS College $124,753 Philosophy and Theology Asia No
2013 41686 Faith and Reason: Themes from Swinburne Michael Bergmann,
Jeffrey Brower
Purdue University $60,298 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2013 41608 Promoting Sir John Templeton’s Vision of Purpose in Retirement: From the Purpose Prize to Encore Careers Marc Freedman,
James (Jim) Emerman
Civic Ventures $5,000,000 Character Virtue Development USA No
2014 41601 Religious Freedom, Other Fundamental Freedoms, and Societal Flourishing Thomas Farr,
Timothy Shah
Georgetown University $1,000,000 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA No
2013 41559 Naturalism and its discontents Kelly James Clark Kaufman Interfaith Institute $33,051 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2012 41347 An Expanded New York Initiative on Casino Gambling and an Expanded Plan for Evaluating Our Thrift Curriculum David Blankenhorn Institute for American Values $429,650 Character Virtue Development USA No
2013 41345 Physics of Information – FQXi Fund Diane Lai Silicon Valley Community Foundation $3,276,975 Natural Sciences USA No
2012 40991 Leading from Your Spark: A Life of Virtue and Integrity Eugene Roehlkepartain Search Institute $211,418 Character Virtue Development USA No
2012 40945 Distribution of Little Red Wagon Michael Guillen Filmanthropy Media, Inc. $1,397,929 Character Virtue Development USA No
2014 40690 Cultivating Genius: Planning Grant to Develop Master Classes for High School Students with The World Science Festival Tracy Day,
Quynh Thai
The Science Festival Foundation $199,994 Exceptional Cognitive Talent and Genius USA No
2013 40677 Master’s Program in Science and Religion in India Kuruvilla Pandikattu,
Job Kozhamthadam
Jnana-Deepa Vidyapeeth $193,180 Philosophy and Theology Asia No
2013 40676 Explaining and Explaining Away David Glass,
Mark McCartney
University of Ulster $187,903 Natural Sciences Europe No
2013 40623 Teaching Religion and Science Across the Seminary Curriculum Lea Schweitz Zygon Center for Religion and Science $199,968 Public Engagement USA No
2013 40547 Special double issue of “Critical Review” on “Free Market Fairness” Jeffrey Friedman Critical Review Foundation, Inc. $45,171 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA No
2013 40527 The Human Specificity: Tools, Symbols and Culture among Neuroscience, Philosophical Anthropology and the Religious Attitude towards Creation Ivan Colagè Pontificia Università Antonianum $190,614 Natural Sciences Europe No
2013 40515 Religious Discrimination in Academia Azim Shariff,
Zhen Cheng
University of Oregon $199,520 Natural Sciences USA No
2013 39525 Impact of meditation on emotion, its regulation, associated body and brain function, and the moderating influence of common genetic polymorphisms. Andrew Kemp University of Sydney $157,493 Human Sciences Oceania No
2013 39500 Personal Freedom. Measure, Policy and Political Implications Pietro Navarra,
Sebastiano Bavetta
University of Pennsylvania $1,499,150 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA No
2013 39481 Planning Grant for Virtue Interventions in Adolescent Athletes: Effects of Imbuing Activities with Instrumental, Moral, or Spiritual Meaning Sarah Schnitker Travis Research Institute at Fuller Theological Seminary $112,154 Character Virtue Development USA No
2012 39469 Advancing the Science & Religion Conversation in Japan Thomas HASTINGS Japan International Christian University Foundation, Inc. $620,102 Public Engagement Asia No
2013 39465 Randomness via information independence Alex Simpson University of Edinburgh $61,782 Natural Sciences Europe No
2013 39339 Promoting Literacy at the Interface of Theology and the Sciences John Cavadini,
Kenneth Garcia
University of Notre Dame $199,898 Public Engagement USA No
2012 39267 SCIENCE FOR MINISTRY IN POLAND: THE SET-UP PHASE Janusz Maczka,
Bartosz Brozek
Copernicus Center for Interdisciplinary Studies $29,925 Public Engagement Europe No
2013 39260 Transforming Neglect & Hostility to Engagement & Hospitality: An Interdisciplinary Foundation for a Future Program on Religion, Health & Medicine Michael Balboni,
Tracy Balboni
Dana-Farber Cancer Institute $544,350 Human Sciences USA No
2012 39216 Nautilus Media John Steele Nautilus Ventures, LLC $7,127,212 Public Engagement USA Yes
2012 39214 Complexity and organization of the cosmic landscape Frederik Denef KU Leuven $615,040 Natural Sciences Europe No
2013 39147 Metaknowledge Network: Knowledge About Knowledge to Answer the Big Questions James Evans University of Chicago $5,200,000 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2012 39142 Human Personhood, Purpose and Critical Realism: Reopening the Social Sciences to the Big Questions Philip Gorski Department of Sociology, Yale University $441,816 Human Sciences USA No
2013 39128 Quantum matter: emergence under the spell of the fermion signs. Johannes Zaanen,
Koenraad Schalm
Leiden University, Faculty of Science, Institute of Physics $337,801 Natural Sciences Europe No
2013 38920 Determinism and Indeterminism: From Science to Philosophy in Spanish-Speaking Academia Claudia Vanney,
Juan Franck
Universidad Austral $212,853 Philosophy and Theology South America No
2012 38817 Religious Understandings of Science Elaine Ecklund Rice University $1,086,995 Natural Sciences USA No
2013 38761 Space-time Theory in Light of Particle Physics and Einstein’s Physical Strategy James Pitts University of Cambridge $184,587 Philosophy and Theology Europe No
2013 38749 Cultural Contingency in the Science and Islam Debate: the case of the Gülen Movement David Shankland,
Caroline Tee
University of Bristol $183,941 Natural Sciences Europe No
2012 38673 A Most Unlikely Hero: The Man Behind the Martyr and the Real Roots of the Arab Spring”. Thomas Skinner Free to Choose Network $400,000 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA No
2013 38671 The Universality of Awe Dacher Keltner University of California, Berkeley $2,770,771 Human Sciences USA No
2012 38668 Clarifying the Very Nature of Awe and its Implications for Spirituality Vassilis Saroglou Universite catholique de Louvain $402,440 Human Sciences Europe No
2013 38248 The Free-Market Thinkers Series on PBS affiliates Michel Kelly-Gagnon Institut économique de Montréal $50,000 Individual Freedom and Free Markets North America No
2013 40031 Journalism Fellowship in Science, Religion, and Buddhism Linda Heuman $139,959 Public Engagement USA No
2012 15722 The Templeton Frontiers Program at Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics Neil Turok,
Lee Smolin
Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics $2,010,654 Natural Sciences North America No
2013 39989 The development of a new methodology for dialogue and cooperation between science and religion in Russia Vladimir Shmaliy,
Andrey Shishkov
Russian Orthodox Church Postgraduate School $91,060 Public Engagement Europe No
2013 39530 Experimental and theoretical exploration of fundamental limits of quantum mechanics Hendrik Ulbricht University of Southampton $669,501 Natural Sciences Europe No
2013 39987 HumaNatE – Human Nature Exploration: Interdisciplinary reflection and dialogue on the human condition Hans Liljenstrom,
Alf Linderman
Agora for Biosystems, Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences $199,528 Natural Sciences Europe No
2013 39982 The Hierarchy Group: Approaching Complex Systems in Evolutionary Biology Niles Eldredge,
Telmo Pievani
University of Padua $178,000 Natural Sciences Europe No
2013 39977 Theism: An Axiological Investigation Klaas Kraay Ryerson University $199,900 Philosophy and Theology North America No
2013 39968 Quantifying Religious Experience: A New Approach to an Old Problem in Religion-Science Research Wesley Wildman Boston University $199,917 Natural Sciences USA No
2013 39966 The Algorithmic Foundations of Rationality Christos Papadimitriou International Computer Science Institute $199,609 Natural Sciences USA No
2013 39940 Promoting the principle of categorification in modern scientific thought Aaron Lauda,
Sabin Cautis
University of Southern California $397,268 Natural Sciences USA No
2013 39937 Religious identity as stereotype threat: Understanding effects of the science-religion conflict on the self-concept and academic performance Kimberly Rios Ohio University $56,336 Natural Sciences USA No
2015 39932 Service Britain James Arthur University of Birmingham $7,940,543 Character Virtue Development Europe No
2013 39929 Dynamics of Non-Abelian Anyons in¬ the Fractional Quantum Hall Effect Woowon Kang,
Paul Wiegmann
University of Chicago $449,995 Natural Sciences USA No
2013 39916 Philosophy and Theology in Russia, Ukraine, and Belarus Michael Rota University of St. Thomas $1,062,465 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2013 39901 Emergence of elementary particles and fundamental laws from quantum entanglements Xiao-Gang Wen Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics $382,280 Natural Sciences North America No
2013 39891 A Planning Grant for the Achieving with Integrity Project: Early Stage Development of Core Components Jason Stephens,
David Wangaard
School for Ethical Education, Inc. $96,792 Character Virtue Development USA No
2013 39890 Big Ideas Track, The World Science Festival Tracy Day The Science Festival Foundation $2,447,647 Public Engagement USA No
2012 39880 Markets and Morality: Do Free Markets Corrode Moral Values? Daniel Chen Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Zurich $134,083 Individual Freedom and Free Markets Europe No
2013 39866 Spirituality in medical education in Australian universities: A national survey of content and Deans, teachers, students, and practitioners attitudes Kellie Bennett,
Douglas Bridge
University of Western Australia $54,286 Human Sciences Oceania No
2013 39625 Virtues of Wonder (VOWS): A Seedbed for Discovery and Healing (planning grant) Gail Geller,
Maria Merritt
The Johns Hopkins University $200,000 Natural Sciences USA No
2014 39623 Scientific Discoveries & Theological Realities- Exploring the Intersection of Islam and the Human Sciences Aasim Padela University of Chicago $168,871 Human Sciences USA No
2016 39857 The Emory Integrity Project: Integrating and Assessing an Integrity Initiative in University Education and Student Life Paul Wolpe,
Elizabeth Cox
Emory University $2,658,613 Character Virtue Development USA No
2013 39755 The Libertas Project: Law, Religion, and Freedom Michael Moreland Villanova University $200,000 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA No
2012 39719 Good of All: Individual Freedom – Present and Future Matt Daniels Common Good $2,999,197 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA No
2014 39689 Faith and Science Teaching (FAST) Project Michael Gulker,
David Smith
The Colossian Forum $199,940 Natural Sciences USA No
2012 39687 The Intellectual Virtues Academy of Long Beach Jason Baehr,
Steven Porter
Intellectual Virtues Academy of Long Beach $739,911 Character Virtue Development USA No
2013 39667 Evolvability, preadaptation, and the evolution of something from nothing Joanna Masel University of Arizona $472,127 Natural Sciences USA No
2012 39663 Gratitude Britain James Arthur University of Birmingham $8,514,979 Character Virtue Development Europe No
2013 39644 Bridging Across Scales: Emergence and Effective Theories Robert Batterman University of Pittsburgh $427,887 Natural Sciences USA No
2012 36630 The Scientific Virtues: Planning Grant for a National Survey of the Ethical Perceptions of Scientific Leaders Robert Pennock,
Jon Miller
Michigan State University $79,013 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2012 36560 “Learn Liberty” Curriculum Resource for Educators Scott Barton Institute for Humane Studies $739,410 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA Yes
2012 36471 Scientists and Religious Communities: Investigating Perceptions to Build Understanding Jennifer Wiseman American Association for the Advancement of Science [AAAS] $1,266,483 Public Engagement USA No
2012 36468 Establishing Entrepreneur’s Image as an Innovator and Creator in the Post-Soviet Area Remigijus Senavaitis Lithuanian Free Market Institute $266,429 Individual Freedom and Free Markets Europe No
2012 36465 Evangelical Science-Faith Resources for the Francophone World Lydia Jaeger,
David Brown
Institut de théologie évangélique $123,354 Philosophy and Theology Europe No
2012 36297 Foundational Investigations into the Infinite/Finite in Mathematics Harvey Friedman Theiss Research $124,790 Natural Sciences USA No
2012 36288 Implementing the Extended Synthesis in Evolutionary Biology into the Sociocultural Domain Nathalie Gontier,
Olga Pombo
Centre for Philosophy of Science of the University of Lisbon, Portugal $199,115 Natural Sciences Europe No
2013 36283 The Success Project: New Non-State Perspectives on Individual Liberty and Development William Easterly,
Yaw Nyarko
New York University Langone Medical Center $2,409,745 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA No
2012 36278 Evolution and Christian Faith Deborah Haarsma,
Kathryn Applegate
Biologos Foundation Inc. $4,833,722 Natural Sciences USA No
2012 36217 The Templeton Project for Open Inquiry in the Legal Academy: Free Enterprise and Religious Freedom Eugene Meyer,
Lee Otis
Federalist Society $400,000 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA No
2012 36216 Free Will and Alternative God Concepts: New TV Programs for Closer to Truth Robert Kuhn,
Peter Getzels
Kuhn Foundation $790,475 Public Engagement USA No
2012 36214 Marketing Closer To Truth in the New Media: Promoting Cosmos, Consciousness, God Robert Kuhn,
Peter Getzels
The Kuhn Foundation $1,897,351 Public Engagement USA No
2012 36218 Cognitive Linguistics and Theology John Sanders Hendrix College $22,500 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2013 36167 St. Thomas Summer Seminars in Philosophy of Religion and Philosophical Theology Michael Rota,
Dean Zimmerman
University of St. Thomas $550,253 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2012 36103 Does Complex Religion Make Good People? The Relationship Between the Complexity of Religious/God Beliefs and People’s Attitudes and Behavior Azim Shariff,
Carissa Sharp
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON $236,175 Human Sciences USA No
2013 36093 Meaning, Purpose, and the Definition of Life Lucas Mix,
David Haig
$191,088 Natural Sciences USA No
2012 36077 Free Enterprise Solutions for China’s Bottom of the Pyramid: Socially-Oriented Business Development Gao Yang,
Fan Zhang
Junior Achievement China $1,200,000 Individual Freedom and Free Markets Asia No
2012 35778 PovertyCure: Global Free Enterprise Initiative Against Poverty – Marketing of PovertyCure DVD Curriculum Michael Miller Acton Institute for the Study of Religion and Liberty $300,000 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA No
2012 35771 Reality and Measurement in Algebraic Quantum Theory Masanao Ozawa,
Yuichiro KITAJIMA
Nagoya University $295,493 Natural Sciences Asia No
2012 35745 Promoting Religious Freedom and Mainstreaming a New Interdisciplinary Field Dennis Hoover Institute for Global Engagement $199,278 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA No
2012 35740 Categorical unification: where foundational physics, natural language and rational processes meet Bob Coecke,
Samson Abramsky
Chancellor, Masters and Scholars of the University of Oxford $849,223 Natural Sciences Europe No
2012 15706 Franklin County Laws of Life Essay Contest for 2012 and 2013 Handly Templeton Garden Association $76,700 Character Virtue Development USA No
2012 35734 Indefinite causal orders in quantum mechanics Caslav Brukner,
Fabio Costa
Faculty of Physics, University of Vienna $300,711 Natural Sciences Europe No
2012 15649 Student Symposium on Science and Spirituality Lea Schweitz Zygon Center for Religion and Science $20,511 Natural Sciences USA No
2012 35730 Character Education Scotland: Global Citizens in the Making Ronnie Davidson Character Education Scotland Ltd $1,428,032 Character Virtue Development Europe No
2012 15628 The Science of Intellectual Humility Justin Barrett Fuller Theological Seminary $5,400,161 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2012 35518 Pew-Templeton Global Religious Futures Project Bethany Smith PEW CHARITABLE TRUSTS $2,750,000 Human Sciences USA No
2012 15622 New Lectureship to lead MSc Program in Science and Religion at the University of Edinburgh David Fergusson University of Edinburgh $426,389 Philosophy and Theology Europe No
2011 15541 The Religious Freedom Project at Georgetown University’s Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs in Washington DC Thomas Farr Georgetown University $2,163,450 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA No
2012 15538 New Agendas for the Study of Time: Connecting the Disciplines Huw Price,
Dean Rickles
University of Sydney $1,507,753 Natural Sciences Oceania No
2012 15470 Robert Hermann Faith & Science Annual Lectureship Thomas Howard,
Matthew Groff
Gordon College $240,000 Natural Sciences USA No
2012 14081 Joint IRAS-ZCRS Conference on Science, Religion and Technology Edwin Laurenson Institute on Religion in an Age of Science $103,500 Natural Sciences USA No
2012 13171 Hidden Variables in the Early Universe Antony Valentini Clemson University $122,718 Natural Sciences USA No
2012 37659 The Honorable Virtues Project James Arthur University of Birmingham $635,759 Character Virtue Development Europe No
2012 37624 Religion’s Impact on Human Life: Integrating Proximate and Ultimate Perspectives Harvey Whitehouse,
David Wilson
University of Oxford $1,558,234 Natural Sciences Europe No
2013 37495 Prospective Psychology Stage 2: A Research Competition Martin Seligman Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania $3,535,800 Human Sciences USA No
2012 37435 Evaluating the Effectiveness of the Quality Unit Executive Pilot Program: Promoting Recruitment, Retention, and Character Building in Boy Scouts Christopher Tomlin,
Richard Lerner
Cradle of Liberty Council, Boy Scouts of America $5,038,898 Character Virtue Development USA No
2011 37433 Investigations in the Philosophy of Cosmology Barry Loewer,
David Albert
Rutgers University Foundation $1,452,082 Philosophy and Theology USA No
2011 37428 The Science and Religion Dialogue: Past and Future Michael Welker Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg $393,706 Natural Sciences Europe No
2012 37426 New Frontiers in Astronomy and Cosmology Don York The University of Chicago $5,559,107 Natural Sciences USA No
2012 37191 Liberty, the Constitution, and Health Care Leonard Leo,
Peter Redpath
The Federalist Society for Law and Public Policy Studies $337,000 Individual Freedom and Free Markets USA No
2012 37104 Why Buddhism Matters to Philosophy Jay Garfield Smith College $129,979 Philosophy and Theology USA Yes
2012 36838 Intrinsic and Environmental decoherence Philip Stamp University of British Columbia $393,691 Natural Sciences North America No