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What if consciousness is fundamental and even primary?
September 24 & 25, 2021, 4 to 8 PM, London UK Time
A partnership of The Scientific and Medical Network, Galileo Commission, Institute of Noetic Sciences, Academy for the Advancement of Postmaterialist Sciences (AAPS) and Division of Perceptual Studies present some of the leading researchers in the sciences and humanities for a series of round tables to launch the landmark volume Consciousness Unbound: Liberating Mind from the Tyranny of Materialism, edited by Edward F. Kelly and Paul Marshall, and initiated under the auspices of Esalen Institute’s Center for Theory & Research and University of Virginia’s Division of Perceptual Studies. Register now!
Announcing AAPS Graduate Student Research Award Competition
The AAPS is announcing the creation of the AAPS Graduate Student Research Award Competition to support graduate students interested in performing research on the primacy of consciousness and its applications to health care, wellbeing, and other related topics. The award is up to $1,000 per student, with $500 awarded to the University to be spent on the student’s research project at the onset, and an additional $500 awarded directly to the student if the project is published in a peer-reviewed journal.
Proposals for a graduate-level research project are due each calendar year by September 1 from Student members of AAPS. Results of the submission reviews will be available October 1, and the Award will start on November 15. The award is for a possible total of $1000, with $500 awarded to the University to be spent on the student’s research project at the onset and an additional $500 awarded directly to the student if the project is published in a peer-reviewed journal. Students should send their proposal to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Length: 6 pages maximum, 12 point font, single-spaced.
- Include the following sections:
- Specific aims
- Background literature review and significance of the research
- Expected results
- Possible limitations/obstacles and how you will deal with them
- References cited section (not included in the 6-page limit)
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