The registration is now closed since we have more people than the max capacity of the venue. If you haven't been able to register online for this event you are still able to attend. You will be welcomed into the auditorium after those that pre-registered for today's event that starts at 4:30 pm. We are also recording this talk, and will post the video in a week or so on our Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/UVaCSC
These drop in classes are free for all UVA students, faculty, staff, and other UVA affiliates who have an IM REC membership.
Join us for a talk by Lisa Feldman Barrett, Ph.D. entitled "From Essences to Concepts: A Brain-based Understanding of Emotion" on Monday, October 29, at UVA's Rotunda.
Free and open to the public. No registration required for this event.
The University of Virginia remains committed to educating the whole student as future citizens in the tradition of liberal education. To prepare students to meet the challenges facing society, to better our University’s ability to fulfill the high ideals of public education and its commitment to liberal education, to engage and teach students to the best of our abilities and in line with best practices, the Resilient Student Initiative aims to educate the whole student so that they may find life long success and wellness in their careers and personal lives.
View our video below.
August, 2018 — CSC is pleased to announce this experiential seven-session series featuring a range of contemplative practices. Held at the University’s iconic Rotunda, sessions include yoga "for all bodies;" mindfulness and conflict resolution; meditating on impermanence and loss; and much more.
November 21-25; and
December 24, 2018 - January 1, 2019.
Classes follow the UVA schedule: Unless otherwise noted, all classes will meet weekly beginning the week of September 4 - December 7, 2018.
The Fall 2018 schedule of classes brings new sessions including Mindful Recharge, Yoga for Focus, two beginner series, and much, much more!
Over the course of her 18 years in the University of Virginia’s Spanish department and particularly in her primary role of training graduate student teachers in the Ph.D. program, Emily Scida had seen plenty of stress among her student population. Yet while she found extensive research on the effects of incorporating mindfulness practices among the K-12 teacher population, very little attention had been paid to graduate students heading into faculty positions in higher education.