With the support of a generous grant from the Templeton Foundation, the Philosophy and Theology of Intellectual Humility project at Saint Louis University has awarded four research grants for groups to conduct research and educational activities. These "cluster groups" will further the study of intellectual humility and enhance the atmosphere of their own home departments with the funds that they have been awarded.

University of Reading, UK

Mirror Neurons, Intersubjectivity, and Intellectual Humility

Emma Borg
Description: The group plans a regular seminar-style meeting to investigate the role of mirror neurons in intersubjectivity and intellectual humility.

Wuhan University, China

Research Cluster Group on Religious Pluralism

Yong Li
Description: Various participants in the cluster group will meet to discuss issues in religious pluralism, peer disagreement, and empathy.

Oxford Brookes University, UK

Oxford Intellectual Humility Cluster Group

Dan O'Brien
Description: This cluster group will host a small conference with two internationally-renowned invited speakers to discuss various aspects of intellectual humility.

Monash University, Department of Philosophy

The Epistemology of Expertise and Humility

Robert Simpson
Description: The cluster group will host a conference and reading group focusing on the epistemology of expertise and its relation to intellectual humility.