New Paths to Purpose Grant

September 20, 2012

Members of the CDR have been awarded a $3.6 million grant by the Templeton Foundation for the New Paths to Purpose Project, to study how people can more effectively pursue and fulfill their stated purposes in life. The grant will also fund studies on ways to increase the likelihood that people will follow through with their intention to perform volunteer work, and how people can infuse a greater sense of purpose into apparently mundane activities in their daily lives. 

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