From Allyship to Solidarity: A Workshop for White People Working for Racial JusticeZoom your computer
Geared toward white people committed to doing anti-racism work: a workshop for developing skills for realizing racial justice.
Climate Justice, Contemplative Practice and Performative GesturesZoom your computer
A mini-retreat with Devora Neumark: contemplative practices to cultivate awareness and address environmental racism and climate equity.
Music for Healing and BalanceZoom your computer
Reginald Cyntje will discuss and demonstrate how he uses music in the classroom and on the stage as a tool for healing, balance, and activism.
Complexity Resilience: Mindful Leadership for Being with This MomentZoom your computer
In “Complexity Resilience: Mindful Leadership for Being with This Moment.” we will learn new skills for active listening during moments of tension, techniques for difficult dialogues, and tools for being present with compassion and empathy.
Becoming a Contemplative Change Agent for Your OrganizationZoom your computer
Learn tools and perspectives arising from organizational change and community engagement leadership; share your stories and expertise; and develop an action plan for infusing contemplative practices into your organization.
Critical Social Mindfulness: Foundations and Emergent Practices for a New Mindful DealZoom your computer
The October 2020 ACMHE webinar, presented by David Forbes, will be “Critical Social Mindfulness: Foundations and Emergent Practices for a New Mindful Deal.” Join us on Friday, October 30th at 3pm ET.
Embodied Leadership for AdministratorsZoom your computer
In this 3-hour online workshop for administrators, you’ll engage with the fundamentals of embodied leadership to support you in a time of overwhelm and re-connect you to your sense of purpose as an academic leader.
Storytelling Through Creative Arts and Contemplative Pedagogies: Fostering Embodiment, Inclusion, and EmpowermentZoom your computer
Dr. Leonard A. Cruz will present “Storytelling Through Creative Arts and Contemplative Pedagogies: Fostering Embodiment, Inclusion, and Empowerment” on Friday, January 8th.
Arts Workshop with Dr. Doreen MallerZoom your computer
Through guided visualization, art practice, mindful sharing, and listening, we will be able to turn within to each other to restore the beauty of life that can be found through interconnection.
Learning with the LabyrinthZoom your computer
After a guided imagery meditation, we will explore the interdisciplinary role of labyrinths on college campuses and discuss the permanent labyrinth installation in the works at UMass Amherst.
Satisfaction as ActivismZoom your computer
In this experiential rest-shop, we will explore satisfaction as a source of power and resistance through meditation, visualization, gentle movement, poetry, music and more.
The Joy of Seeing; Sketching and Drawing as MindfulnessZoom your computer
In this session, Bradford Grant explores drawing as a route to mindfulness and reflection. How can we use sketching and drawing to see ourselves and the world more clearly?