U of I Researchers Win National Award as Part of Toolbox Dialogue Initiative
October 10, 2018
The Toolbox Dialogue Initiative (TDI), a National Science Foundation-sponsored initiative started at the University of Idaho and now administered at Michigan State University, was named the recipient of the American Philosophical Association's 2018 Prize for Excellence and Innovation. The TDI improves cross-disciplinary research projects by hosting workshops to prompt dialogue among collaborators about the philosophical dimensions of their work together. Congratulations to the University of Idaho faculty who continue to serve as senior personnel for TDI: Associate Professor of Philosophy Graham Hubbs, University Distinguished Professor of Entomology Nilsa Bosque-Perez and University Distinguished Professor of Entomology Sanford Eigenbrode.
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