ACMHE Conference Resourcing, Reconnection, and Reemergence Centering Contemplative Practices in our Work and in our Healing The 2021 Conference of the Association for Contemplative Mind in Higher Education Main Conference: Friday, Nov. 5th- Saturday, Nov. 6th Contemplative Workshop: Sunday, Nov. 7th, 11am - 2pm EST All events held online Main Conference rates: Standard: $250 / Student: $100 / Community Sustainer: $500 Discounts available. Learn More & Register at the Conference Website Two full days of concurrent presentations, two keynote talks, a live musical performance, and an online poster session, plus a Sunday workshop and more to be announced! The Association for Contemplative Mind in Higher Education (ACMHE) is a professional academic membership association and an initiative of CMind. Since 2009, ACMHE conferences have been interdisciplinary forums for sharing scholarship, practices, and research on contemplative methods in higher education, with an emphasis on fostering compassionate social change. Through keynotes, interactive sessions, presentations, and workshops, participants explore how diverse contemplative pedagogies and practices can support transformations on multiple levels: self, classroom, organization, and community. Attendance at the ACMHE Conference is open to all. (Parallel session and poster session presenters are members of ACMHE) Friday Keynote Dr. Ron BellPastor & Author, The Four Promises: Journeying through Past and Present Trauma Moderated by Dr. Lenwood Hayman (2021 ACMHE Conference Chair & Associate Professor of Behavioral Health Sciences, Morgan State University) Saturday Keynote Dr. Angel AcostaChief Learning Officer, Acosta Institute & Fellowship Program Director, Garrison Institute Moderated by Dr. Shelly Harrell (Professor of Psychology, Pepperdine University) Musical Guest Allyn JohnsonPianist and Director of the Jazz Studies Program, University of the District of Columbia An evening of live music: Friday, Nov. 5th.