Proposals are due by February 1, 2023 at 11:59pm PST.
Applicants should first review the themes under Learn More.
Applicants should submit the following materials:
- A 2,000-word document (references do not count toward the total) explaining why they want to participate in psychological cross-training. The document should include: a description of how their theological questions are aligned with one or more of the themes highlighted above, how psychological science could help enhance their theological scholarship, the potential for their psychologically informed scholarship to impact their academic field, and learning objectives for the training. The document may also indicate how the scholar’s work addresses the needs of an underserved population and/or contributes to diversity, equity, and inclusion
- A 500-word statement describing the scholar’s capacity for successful collaboration.
- A 250-word executive summary of the scholars’ proposal.
- CV of the scholar and short bio (<200 words) for posting on a website.
- (Optional - pertains to Phases 2 and 3) CVs of 1-4 psychologists with whom applicant would want to partner and an up to 500-word statement of why this partnership for training is beneficial. If there is a psychologist who has already indicated a willingness to be involved, a letter of support may also be appended. We recommend listing psychologists who are geographically near or who regularly work on research virtually with collaborators or staff.
Proposals should be submitted by email attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org. The words “Phase 1 - Cross-Training Application” should appear in the email subject line. The only acceptable file formats are .doc and PDF. Questions about proposals can be sent to the same address. Proposals must be received no later than 11:59pm PST on February 1, 2023. An acknowledgement email will be sent within seven days of receiving the materials.
- Awards will be announced March 20, 2023
- Fellowship begins May 1, 2023