Posts by Carrie

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

Posted on Apr 4, 2019

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

Posted on Feb 1, 2019

Cultivating Hope in a Volatile, Uncertain, Complex and Ambiguous World

A webinar with Éliane 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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