Project Timeline

Summer of 2012
-Announce The Immortality Project
-Solicit external judges for Science of Immortality proposals
-Finalize translation project

Fall of 2012
-Science of Immortality RFP advertised (September 1, 2012)
-Essay prizes advertised
-Translation project commences

Winter of 2013
– Submission and review of Science of Immortality LOIs
– Translation project ongoing

Spring of 2013
Science of Immortality full proposals solicited and evaluated
– Translation project ongoing

Summer of 2013
– Winning Science of Immortality proposals funded
– Translation project concludes
– Solicit external judges for Philosophy and Theology of Immortality proposals

Fall of 2013
Philosophy and Theology of Immortality RFP advertised (September 1, 2013)
– Essay prizes advertised and awarded on a rolling basis
Science of Immortality research begins
– Publication of translated works in German

Winter of 2014
– Submission and review of Philosophy and Theology of Immortality LOIs
Science of Immortality research ongoing
– Essay prizes awarded on a rolling basis

Spring of 2014
Philosophy and Theology of Immortality full proposals solicited and evaluated
Science of Immortality research ongoing
– Essay prizes awarded on a rolling basis

Summer of 2014
– Winning Philosophy and Theology of Immortality proposals funded
Science of Immortality research ongoing
– Essay prizes awarded on a rolling basis
Mid-point conference at UC Riverside (June 2014)

Fall of 2014
Science of Immortality research ongoing
Philosophy and Theology of Immortality research begins
– Essay prizes awarded on a rolling basis

Winter of 2015
Science of Immortality research ongoing
Philosophy and Theology of Immortality research ongoing
– Essay prizes awarded on a rolling basis

Spring of 2015
Science of Immortality research concludes
Philosophy and Theology of Immortality research concludes
– Essay prizes awarded on a rolling basis

Summer of 2015
– Capstone conference at UC Riverside (June 2015)

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