Posts by Carrie

Digital Proverbs for Responsible Citizens (Lockdown Edition)

Posted on Apr 17, 2020

Digital Proverbs for Responsible Citizens  (Lockdown Edition)

Kevin Healy discusses “Ethics and Religion in the Age of Social Media: Digital Proverbs for Responsible Citizens” and how he uses it in his classes within the context of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Summer Session Update

Posted on Apr 17, 2020

Summer Session Update

Based on the current status of the global pandemic and the ever-changing landscape of our lives we have decided to shift the 2020 Summer Session to an online offering.

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April CMind Practice Webinar with Rick Chess: “By Heart: A Way of Knowing for This Time”

Posted on Apr 1, 2020

April CMind Practice Webinar with Rick Chess: “By Heart: A Way of Knowing for This Time”

In this webinar, we’ll explore the practice of coming to know something “by heart.” Together, we’ll bring a poem into our hearts. In this time of necessary social distancing, we’ll see what happens when we experience the intimacy of getting close to a few words.

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Cultivating Compassionate Teaching During the Coronavirus

Posted on Mar 30, 2020

Cultivating Compassionate Teaching During the Coronavirus

As educators, COVID-19 presents a particular challenge: having converted our classrooms to online platforms, we now face the task of teaching in a way that is worthy of this historical moment. What challenges and opportunities does the coronavirus pose? How can we best be of service to our students in this time of profound uncertainty and yet demanding need?

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Centered in Blackness: Designing Contemplative Spaces for Black People

Posted on Mar 3, 2020

Centered in Blackness: Designing Contemplative Spaces for Black People

In this webinar, Drs. Chatman and Oliver envision “creating and sustaining contemplative space that centers and flows out of our voices, experiences, and collective wisdom as Black scholar-practitioners. We strongly believe that these spaces are important and affirming for Black people and anyone in the broader community interested in learning about contemplative pedagogy through a Black lens.”

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