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.
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…
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.
(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.