Contemplative Practices for Wellbeing & Social Justice

February 26, 2014 at 23 pm[1h]
Center for Servant Leadership

Contemplative Practices for Wellbeing & Social Justice Center for Servant Leadership

Explore Contemplative Practices in the Classroom to Promote Wellbeing and Social Justice Awareness

SPEAKER: Dr. Michelle Chatman, Assistant Professor, Department of Justice Studies, University of the District of Columbia

EVENT INFORMATION: In this webinar, Dr. Chatman will share some of the contemplative practices she uses in her classes to deepen student learning, enhance wellbeing, and inspire a commitment to social justice. A facilitated discussion will follow the webinar. Light snacks will be provided.

PRESENTED THROUGH: The Association for Contemplative Mind in Higher Education, founded in 2008 as an initiative of the Center for Contemplative Mind in Society.

SPONSORED BY: The Center for Servant Leadership and the Wellbeing Center.

ContactCinde Wiebusch — 50793376075079337607
SponsorCenter for Servant Leadership & the Wellbeing Center