How the Word is Passed: A Conversation with Clint Smith & David Robinson-MorrisOnline
New Orleans native Clint Smith will read from his New York Times bestselling book, How the Word Is Passed. After the reading, Smith will be joined by David Robinson-Morris for a conversation.
Koru Mindfulness Teacher Training: Online! (January 2022)Online
ACMHE Member-submitted event: An online program for teaching mindfulness to college and graduate students.
Inviting You Home: Cultivating Mindful Awareness for Everyday LivingZoom your computer
This presentation will invite us into a deeper understanding of the principles of mindfulness, which help us to interrupt patterns of anxiety and disconnection in our everyday living.
2022 C-HEARTS CPHE ConferenceMount Saint Mary's University 16300 Old Emmitsburg Road, Emmitsburg, MD, United States
(An ACMHE member-submitted event) The 2022 Contemplative Practices for Higher Education (CPHE) Conference, sponsored by the Mid-Atlantic Contemplative Higher Education Alliance for Research, Teaching and Services, encourages the integration and sustainability of contemplative practices into our professional lives.
A New Earth is Rising: Let the Reimaginelution Begin!Zoom your computer
This free public talk encourages us to engage in a collective reimaginelution: a revolution of the imagination that allows us to think beyond the known toward collective healing and liberation to usher in this new earth that is rising in love.
Healing Higher Education: Confronting the IssuesZoom your computer
Join Dr. Joy Blanchard, Associate Professor of Higher Education at Louisiana State University, Dr. Hollie Chessman, Director of Research at the American Council on Education, and CMind Executive Director Dr. David Robinson-Morris in a data-driven conversation where the issues are identified, named, and confronted as a beginning of the healing process.
A Racial Healing Allies Online Course: “Open Hearts and Mouths: Practicing Peace in Hard Conversations”Zoom your computer
(An ACMHE member-submitted listing) This online course is the practice space you need to fuel your allyship! It’s all about having those hard conversations, talking, interrupting, and feeling whole while doing so.
Bodies on the Line: Contemplative Practice and Gender DiversityZoom your computer
Join Dr. Kerr Mesner to explore how contemplative practices can strengthen and sustain our work in fighting transphobia in our educational institutions, governments, healthcare systems, and communities.
Healing Higher Education: Embodying the Institution, Healing FacultyZoom your computer
Join Dr. Maria Hamilton Abegunde and Dr. Ricardo Montelongo as they discuss the role of faculty in healing and embodying the institution. What might healing might look, feel, and be like on campuses across the country?
Healing Higher Education: Reimagining Contemplative Practice at the Community CollegeZoom your computer
The presenters will share their experiences and discuss research, looking at themes of access, language and community. We'll also discuss practical ways contemplative practices can be used in the community college classroom and beyond.
Healing Higher Education: Racial Reckoning, Racial JusticeZoom your computer
Join the AAC&U’s Dr. Tia Brown McNair and Professor Rhonda Magee, JD in a webinar exploring how colleges and universities might begin the institutional work of racial justice, truth-telling, reconciliation, and healing while simultaneously understanding the inner work of racial justice and healing.
Healing Higher Education: Pedagogies of Healing and Practices of ReimaginingZoom your computer
In dialogue, Drs. Imad and Nielsen will center pedagogies of healing and practices of reimagining that any member of the college and university community can employ to heal themselves, their respective institutions, and their corners of the world.