Michael Lynch, along with co-principle investigator Brendan Kane of the History Department, has been awarded a $5.75 million grant from the John Templeton Foundation for The Public Discourse Project: Balancing Humility and Conviction in Public Life. The project is described on its website as “a research and engagement project examining the role that intellectual humility can play in meaningful public dialogue.” The grant will be administered by the University of Connecticut Humanities Institute. See funding opportunities here.

See the story in UConn Today here.