PhD Studentship in Moral Reasoning
A PhD studentship is available to carry out research on cognitive processes in moral judgments supervised by Ruth Byrne. The PhD studentship is funded from a grant awarded by the John Templeton Foundation. It will provide the successful candidate with €16,000 per annum for three years plus annual University tuition fees commencing in September 2014. It is part of the research conducted at the Reasoning and Imagination lab at Trinity College, University of Dublin, Ireland.
The PhD studentship would suit candidates who are carrying out or have completed a dissertation for an undergraduate or master’s degree examining cognitive processes using experimental methods. Interested applicants should send a short CV, including a one-page summary of their dissertation, to Ruth Byrne at firstname.lastname@example.org The closing date for applications is May 16th 2014.