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.
Mindful CSUSM Summer WorkshopCSUSM Kellogg Library, Campus View Drive, San Marcos, CA
(An ACMHE member-submitted event) Re-ignite the joy that brought you to higher education. Staff, faculty, students, and administrators are all welcome.
The Heart of Higher Education 2022: The Beauty that Sustains UsOnline
(An ACMHE member-submitted event) A three-day online gathering of educators to seek, explore, and sustain the beauty in our work in higher education. Includes time with Parker J. Palmer and Dr. Sherry Watt,
Path of the Heart RetreatSanctuary Retreat Center 2610 Adail Rd, Faber, VA
This is an ACMHE member-submitted event. Questions should be directed to the event organizer (Juliet Trail) and venue (Sanctuary Retreat Center). We invite you to join us for a four-day journey along the Path of the Heart, June 23-26, 2022. The retreat will be a voyage into our own hearts as well as setting an intention…
ACMHE Virtual Community CircleZoom your computer
With the dissolution of the parent organization, we ACMHE members have the unique opportunity to grow ACMHE into a thriving member-led community and imagine our work anew. We hope you’ll share your dreams and ideas during our virtual Community Circle on July 7, 2022, at 7pm where we'll discuss the future of the Association for Contemplative Mind in Higher Education.
Cultivating Healing & Wellbeing in EducationOmega Institute 150 Lake Drive, Rhinebeck, NY
(This is an ACMHE member-submitted event.) The 13th Annual Mindfulness in Education Conference at the Omega Institute will be held in partnership with Transformative Educational Leadership (TEL), focusing on cultivating healing and well-being for teachers in grades K-12.
CARE for Teachers: 13th Annual Summer RetreatGarrison Institute 14 Mary's Way, Route 9D, Garrison, NY
(An ACMHE member-submitted event) CARE for Teachers (CARE) is a unique program designed to help teachers reduce stress and enliven their teaching by promoting awareness, presence, compassion, reflection, and inspiration – the inner resources they need to help students flourish, socially, emotionally, and academically.