Memory as Arc: A Poetic Archiving of Your ArchivesZoom your computer
In this creative writing retreat, participants will craft evocative images and metaphors from memories and personal narratives. Participants will leave with a series of short pieces that can be used for further creative and scholarly development.
Weaving the Waves of Awe: Indigenous Cosmologies for Ecological BelongingZoom your computer
Free for ACMHE members: Dr. Yuria Celidwen invites us to come together into a shared experiential practice of empowerment for individuals, relationships, communities, and the planet by cultivating a sense of responsibility, adaptability, balance, purpose, and belonging.
Contemplative EnvironmentalismZoom your computer
Free for ACMHE members: Jillian Lain will discuss the philosophy and practice of yoga in the context of environmental activism, equitable access to nature, and the decolonization of yoga.
Artistic Contemplative Practice for EcoJusticeZoom your computer
Connect personal contemplative practice with collective action for climate justice through contemplative arts such as paperfolding as prayer; embodied poetry; deep listening; story circle; and qigong-infused somatics.
2021 ACMHE Conference:Zoom your computer
Register today for the 2021 ACMHE Conference, "Resourcing, Reconnection, and Reemergence: Centering Contemplative Practices in our Work and in our Healing," held online November 5th - 7th.
A Celebratory Evening Honoring Dr. Oliver W. Hill, Jr.Zoom your computer
Dr. Oliver W. Hill, Jr. truly exemplified a contemplative mind in the many inspiring dimensions of his life. Join us online in a celebration of his memory through storytelling, music, meditation, and love!
Re-Emergence of Racial Healing through the Re-Connection of Mindful AllyshipZoom your computer
A contemplative workshop to help you deepen your personal practice for racial equity, connect with a community of practitioners, and commit to transformative actions within your institution.
Koru Mindfulness Teacher Training: Online!Online
ACMHE Member submitted event. Teach Mindfulness to College and Graduate Students.
Town Hall Session with Dr. Michelle Chatman & Dr. David Robinson-MorrisZoom your computer
Nov. 17th, 7pm ET: a chance to meet Dr. David Robinson-Morris, share your voice, and learn about the vision for CMind.
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.