Posts by Carrie

Radical Love as a Public Health Initiative: the 3rd Arthur Zajonc Lecture by Lenwood W. Hayman, Jr., PhD

Posted on Jun 19, 2019

Radical Love as a Public Health Initiative: the 3rd Arthur Zajonc Lecture by Lenwood W. Hayman, Jr., PhD

7:30 pm on Wednesday, August 7, 2019, in the Smith College Campus Center, 100 Elm Street, Northampton, MA. This event is free and open to all, and we will be live streaming and recording the lecture for those who cannot attend. 

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June ACMHE Webinar: “I Got Soul”: Soulfulness, Culture, and Contemplative Practice, presented by Shelly P. Harrell, Ph.D.

Posted on Jun 10, 2019

June ACMHE Webinar: “I Got Soul”: Soulfulness, Culture, and Contemplative Practice, presented by Shelly P. Harrell, Ph.D.

This webinar will introduce “soulfulness” as an approach to contemplative practice that centers a synergistic integration of the psychological, spiritual, and cultural dimensions of soul.

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Bridging the Gap between Islam, Islamophobia and Contemplative Pedagogy

Posted on May 2, 2019

Bridging the Gap between Islam, Islamophobia and Contemplative Pedagogy

Participants in this webinar will engage foundational information about Islam, Islamophobia, and the historical context about Islam as relevant to current-day realities, and will consider connections between Islam and contemplative practices, and opportunities to create space for Muslims in contemplative education.

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Faith in a Seed: Strategies for Nurturing and Embedding Contemplative Approaches on our Campuses

Posted on Apr 4, 2019

Faith in a Seed: Strategies for Nurturing and Embedding Contemplative Approaches on our Campuses

In this webinar with Juliet Trail, Director of Education for the University of Virginia Contemplative Sciences Center, we will walk through ways in which we can cultivate contemplative approaches across the various mission areas of higher education – including academics, the co-curricular domain (including student life, student health, and faculty/staff life), research, service, and patient care.

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The Tree of Contemplative Practices

Posted on Mar 12, 2019

The Tree of Contemplative Practices

In this webinar with Maia Duerr, research director of CMind’s Contemplative Net Project (2002-2004), you’ll learn about the inspiration and story behind the Tree of Practices concept: the image was originally created as a way to organize and represent the project’s findings.

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