Posts by Carrie

Our Next Webinar: Cultivating Hope in a Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous World

Posted on Feb 1, 2019

Our Next Webinar: Cultivating Hope in a Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous World

A webinar with √Čliane Ubalijoro, PhD, exploring how we can navigate challenges we face today and others we have yet to anticipate, especially in higher education.

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Contemplative Resistance

Posted on Jan 7, 2019

Contemplative Resistance

In this webinar with organizer and activist Holly Roach Knight, we will look at some of the obstacles to social change and explore how a contemplative view, practice, and conduct can help us address them. In essence, we will look at how contemplative education in higher education can help equip students to navigate and contribute to equity and social justice work.

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Begin With Wholeness, End With Joy

Posted on Nov 13, 2018

Begin With Wholeness, End With Joy

In this webinar, Dr. Maria Hamilton Abegunde draws on the work done in her graduate level Black Feminisms class to ask, “What if we intentionally structure our teaching with rituals of wholeness, healing, and joy; practices that help students feel connected to the powerful things that can nurture and sustain them?”

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Webinar: A Brief Time for Practice, Togetherness and Supportive Resource-Sharing

Posted on Oct 30, 2018

Webinar: A Brief Time for Practice, Togetherness and Supportive Resource-Sharing

On Wednesday, October 31st, Carrie Bergman, CMind’s Associate Director, will host an open time for self-guided contemplative practice and an opportunity to share helpful resources.

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Contemplation, Reflexivity, and Gender/ Sexual Diversity in the Classroom

Posted on Sep 11, 2018

Contemplation, Reflexivity, and Gender/ Sexual Diversity in the Classroom

This webinar offers an introduction to Dr. Kerr Mesner’s work developing contemplative and anti-oppressive approaches to addressing issues of gender/sexual diversity in the classroom. Participants will have an opportunity to engage with this work experientially, as well as to reflect on their own teaching practices in addressing gender/ sexual diversity in their own classrooms.

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