From Spiritual Emergency to Visions of Wholeness
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.
Published on College Contemplative
- Greetings & Introduction
- My Story
- Stepping into Silence
- The Transformative Banquet
- Sustaining the Dialog
- What’s Next
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
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