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Coming Together in Uncertain Times: Meet our Nalanda Institute Fellows!
An Online Gathering and Dialogue with Nalanda Institute fellows Ann Campbell, Yuria Celidwen, and Maria Thorin
As 2020 comes to a close, it’s a natural time for us all to look back and take stock of this extraordinary year. While our challenges have been many and show no sign of abating, there have also been silver linings and clear successes that can give us all hope. Among the key initiatives we have undertaken this year to secure our future and expand our impact, we are proudest of our Nalanda Fellows Program.
The Nalanda Fellows Program is designed to support the ongoing research and professional development of committed graduates, to fill the crucial gap between their graduation and the eventual application of all they learn into a dedicated career track and path of lifelong development.
In this 10th Gathering in Uncertain Times, we come together as a community to get to know three of our first Nalanda Fellows, and learn more about their work, how they’re contributing to the Institute and its impact on the world. We’ll hear from:
Ann Campbell, a graduate of our Contemplative Psychotherapy Program (CPP) and the new Director of the CPP-NYC is developing a research project of our Compassion-Based Resilience Training (CBRT) at Rockefeller University.
Yuria Celidwen, also a graduate of our CPP, was just awarded her PhD in mythology and indigenous spirituality, is involved in offering mindfulness and compassion training to staff and inhabitants of El Triumpho Rainforest Reserve in her native Chiapas, Mexico.
Maria Thorin, a graduate of our CBRT Teacher Training, is a Swedish humanitarian aid worker completing her PhD in compassion science who is working to update the manuals and learning platform for CBRT and to adapt it to front-line aid workers around the world.
Join us on December 11th to learn more about how our Nalanda Fellows are developing their own contemplative leadership while helping the Institute expand its reach and impact in these uncertain times!
Register here. (you will receive Zoom links upon registration)
Faculty: Ann Campbell, Yuria Celidwen, and Maria Thorin with Dr. Joe Loizzo.
Schedule: Friday, December 11th from 5:30–7:00pm ET
If you feel called to support our work and are able, we welcome your tax-deductible contribution to support our efforts. Donations accepted here
Location: Online via Zoom