We are deeply grateful to the many school leaders, staff, and students who have circulated and/or responded to the surveys. For detailed listings of those deans and school/college staff and students to whom we are grateful, please see
- National Survey of Deans – (evolving) list of acknowledgements
- National Survey of Public Health Students – (evolving) list of acknowledgements
We are grateful to the John Templeton Foundation (JTF) for the funding that supported in full or in part several facets of Berkeley’s work related to spirituality and public health:
- JTF supported the On the Viewscreen project that conducted the surveys and began preparation of the report that evolved into the forthcoming book Why Religion and Spirituality Matter for Public Health: Evidence, Implications, and Resources (Editor: Oman, in press, expected early 2018; to be published by Springer).
- JTF supported the Going National project that enabled completion of the book as well as the launching of a student essay competition and other initiatives;
- JTF is supporting the Next Generation project to provide training to public health students about the evidence base and public health implications of spiritual and religious factors.
We are grateful to Wikimedia Commons and its contributors for the following content used on this website:
- Contributor AreJay for the image of Kanchenjunga, the third highest mountain in the world, that appears below and as the site background, and was reworked to appear in the site header;
- Contributor Falcorian for the image of Sather Tower that was reworked to appear in the site header;
- Contributors Zscout370, Boris23, Ttog, Rursus, and Militaryace for the set of religious symbols that appears on the Diversity page