Mind & Life Institute
Building a scientific understanding of the mind to reduce suffering and promote well-being
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Which approach best describes your work?
Philosophy & Humanities
What is your primary academic field or department? (e.g., clinical psychology, neuroscience, etc.)
Title of Workshop
Provide a brief summary of your proposed workshop (150 word maximum):
Proposed workshop date(s)
Please note: Research Workshop organizers are responsible for all administrative elements of their events.
All uploaded files must be in PDF format, and no larger than 1.5 megabytes each.
Please attach your Curriculum Vitae. File should follow the naming convention (Applicant's last name)-(Applicant's first name)-ResearchWorkshopCV.pdf, for example Smith-Anna-ResearchWorkshopCV.pdf
Please attach your proposal (2-3 pages), including: • Description of the Workshop• Clear explanation of the Workshop’s relevance to MLI’s mission and/or initiatives
• Anticipated outcomes of the Workshop (e.g., theoretical papers, future meetings, etc.)
• List of the people who will be invited to the Workshop, including titles and affiliations File should follow the naming convention (Applicant's last name)-(Applicant's first name)-ResearchWorkshopProposal.pdf, for example Jones-Adam-ResearchWorkshopProposal.pdf
Funding Request (optional)
Please attach a budget outlining any requested funds, describing any financial needs in as much detail as possible. Mind and Life will provide the meeting venue free of charge, and up to $6,000 USD in funding. File should follow the naming convention (Applicant's last name)-(Applicant's first name)-ResearchWorkshopFundingProposal.pdf, for example Jones-Adam-ResearchWorkshopFunding.pdf
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