Our community calendar lists events on contemplative approaches in higher education.
Some listings are for “official” CMind/ACMHE events–those which are organized and/or sponsored by the Center for Contemplative Mind in Society (CMind) and the Association for Contemplative Mind in Higher Education (ACMHE)–while others are unaffiliated with us, organized by other organizations, or submitted by ACMHE members.
Affiliations are noted in each listing.
A Community Building Workshop for the Mid-Atlantic Region.Find out more »
(This event is not organized or sponsored by CMind.) Focusing on contemplative practices from Buddhist traditions, this conference aims to provide a forum for exploring the latest advances and more nuanced views on the scientific clinical research on mindfulness and compassion.Find out more »
(This ACMHE member-submitted event is not organized or sponsored by CMind.) This workshop is the first phase of certification to become a Koru Mindfulness teacher for college-aged adults.Find out more »
This webinar is designed for anyone interested in discovering the 3 essential steps for developing, implementing and evaluating sustainable contemplative programs and pedagogical approaches in the classroom or educational community.Find out more »
Selkirk College Contemplative Practices Group and the Teaching and Learning Institute will host a two-day retreat for educators of all disciplines interested in learning more about the contemplative pedagogical approach.Find out more »
Contemplation in the Classroom: an Exploration of Contemplative Pedagogy in Higher & Further Education
This event will bring together educators, working in higher and further education, with an interest in utilizing contemplative practice in their teaching.Find out more »
This three-day event, organized by the Mindfulness in Education Network, will explore the uses of mindfulness in education.Find out more »
(This event is not organized or co-sponsored by CMind.) Discuss and apply contemplative pedagogy with the Brown University Contemplative Studies research and teaching team.Find out more »
Part workshop and part retreat, this 6-day summer institute–co-sponsored by the ACMHE–provides an opportunity to step back from the frenetic pace of our lives, and cultivate our inner resources and nurture the resiliency we need as teachers committed to education on a fragile and wild planet.Find out more »
The Summer Session on Contemplative Pedagogy is an intensive week-long investigation led by pioneers in contemplative education. Applications were accepted through April 6th.Find out more »
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