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Graduate Mediation Club Spring Retreat

Our upcoming Spring weekend meditation retreat will be led by visiting teacher, Jogen Salzberg of Great Vow Zen Monastery in Oregon. This will be our third residential retreat guided by Jogen, who is a highly skilled and masterful meditation teacher. We will begin on Thursday, March 5th in the evening and close on Sunday morning, March 8th (the first weekend of Emory's Spring Break). During the retreat, Jogen will lead meditation sessions, give a talk about meditation practice, and offer one-on-one discussions with retreatants. We will observe silence for the majority of the weekend in order to deepen our practice. Vegetarian/Vegan meals and lodging provided. We look forward to this unique opportunity to deepen our meditation practice with the support of an expert teacher and a group of fellow meditators! Please email Amanda Brown or Jordan Kohn with any questions or concerns.

Emory's TIBET WEEK: week of March 23, 2015

The Emory-Tibet Partnership hosts an annual Tibet Week at Emory University, typically held each year in March. Tibet Week includes guest speakers, films, multi-disciplinary presentations, opportunities to learn meditation, and other events celebrating Tibetanculture on campus. We hope you can join us for Tibet Week 2015 beginning March 23—check the Emory-Tibet Partnership website for updated information.

Cognitively Based-Compassion Training (CBCT) Foundation Course

10-Week Foundation Course with Dr. Lobsang Tenzin Negi. The next 10-week course will be Wednesday evenings, 7:00 - 8:30 PM, September 16 - November 18, 2015. Registration for this course will begin in July. Check the Emory-Tibet Partnership website for more information.

2015 Mind and Life Summer Research Institue: Fear and Trust in Self and Society

The Mind and Life Summer Research Institute (MLSRI), held annually at the Garrison Institute in New York, is a week-long event to foster collaborative research in behavioral science, neuroscience, clinical science, and the humanities based on a process of inquiry, dialogue, and collaboration with contemplative practitioners and scholars. The long-term objective is to advance the training of a new generation of interdisciplinary scholars interested in exploring the influence of contemplative practice on mind, behavior, brain function, and health, including the potential role of contemplative methods in shaping and enriching human experience and consciousness.