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October 9, 2015

DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP ON INTERDISCIPLINARY WELL-BEING RESEARCH

The Happiness and Well-Being Project, led by Dan Haybron of Saint Louis University, invites early career
researchers in philosophy, the sciences, theology and religious studies to submit applications for a four-day
summer workshop aimed at integrating scientific, philosophical, and religious perspectives on well-being. For
the purposes of this workshop, “early career” or “junior” ranges from advanced graduate students to recently
tenured faculty (preferably no more than 2-3 years past tenure).

The four-day workshop will take the form of a retreat in a secluded cloud forest location in Bajos del Toro,
Costa Rica, from June 21-24, 2016.

More Information here


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