toward a program of contemplative faculty development

These resources are offered in support of a presentation by Bart Everson, "Contemplative Faculty Development: From Spiritual Emergency to Visions of Wholeness," given in 2013 at the Fifth Annual Conference of the Association for Contemplative Mind in Higher Education.

Presentation








Essay Series

Published on College Contemplative
  1. Greetings & Introduction
  2. My Story
  3. Stepping into Silence
  4. The Transformative Banquet
  5. Sustaining the Dialog
  6. What’s Next

Photo Credits

Most of the photos in the presentation were taken by Bart Everson; others were published on Flickr under Creative Commons. These have been organized into a gallery for convenient review: Contemplative Faculty Development gallery

Bibliography

Grof, S., & Grof, C. (1989). Spiritual emergency: when personal transformation becomes a crisis. Los Angeles; New York: Tarcher ; Distributed by St. Martin’s Press.
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Muller, W. (1996). How, then, shall we live?: four simple questions that reveal the beauty and meaning of our lives. New York: Bantam Books.
Palmer, P., & Zajonc, A. (2010). The heart of higher education : a call to renewal. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
Rendón, L. I. (2009). Sentipensante (sensing/thinking) pedagogy: educating for wholeness, social justice and liberation. Sterling, Va.: Stylus Pub.
Schoeberlein, D. R., & Sheth, S. (2009). Mindful teaching & teaching mindfulness : a guide for anyone who teaches anything. Somerville MA: Wisdom Publications.

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