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04:00PM 05:00PM Contemplative Science Seminar: University Event Topic: Special EventSchool: All Emory UniversityDepartment / Organization: Center for Contemplative Science and Compassion-Based EthicsBuilding/Room: Psychology BuildingMeeting Organizer/Sponsor: Center for Contemplative Science and Compassion-Based EthicsSpeaker/Presenter: Bobbi PattersonEvent Open To: All (Public)Cost: FreeContact Name: Hannah SmithContact Email: hannah.e.smith@emory.eduA well-known speaker and presenter on burnout and resilience, Dr. Patterson has helped create, direct, and reorganize a range of community-partnered service experiences and programs for over forty years. In this session, she will share insights and contemplative practices from her recently released book, which recasts burnout as a normal and necessary phase of service – not a signal of failed will or selfishness. Contemplative principles organize the book’s chapters and broad strategies for working with burnout’s pain and frustration rather than deny, deflect, or give up. Chapter examples from a range of service settings highlight how service collapses and offers tailored tools and skills for working with the rubble. Exercises shape next steps, rekindling or reconstructing the fire of giving back with others.   This session is part of a monthly seminar series that gathers the third Wednesday of the month to explore questions related to contemplative science and meditation research, and is free and open to all. More information about Dr. Patterson's book (available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble, and Routledge) is found at: bobbipattersonresilience.com + PAIS 220 Campus Events
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05:00PM 07:00PM 16th Annual Hamilton E. Holmes Memorial Lecture: University Event Topic: Alumni,Diversity,Health,Lectures & Meetings,Medicine,Public Health,OtherSchool: All Emory University,School of Medicine,School of Public HealthDepartment / Organization: Administration,African American Studies,African Students Association,Black Student Alliance,Center for Public Health Communication,Center for Women,Civic and Community Engagement,Continuing Medical Education,Culture and Society,Dept of Medicine,Dept of Pediatrics,Emory College,Emory Woman's Club,Office for Racial and Cultural Engagement,President's Commission on Race and Ethnicity (PCORE),Provost's Office,Rollins School of Public Health,School of Medicine,Women's CenterBuilding/Room: School of MedicineMeeting Organizer/Sponsor: Office of the Dean and the Office of Multicultural AffairsSpeaker/Presenter: Marshalyn Yeargin-Allsopp, MD '72MEvent Open To: All (Public),All Students,Alumni,Emory College Students,Faculty,School of Medicine Students,StaffCost: FreeRegistration / R.S.V.P. link: https://tinyurl.com/HEHolmes2020Contact Name: Allen LeeContact Email: allen.lee@emory.eduLink: https://tinyurl.com/HEHolmes2020Guest lecturer, Marshalyn Yeargin-Allsopp, MD ‘72M is the first black female to graduate from Emory School of Medicine. She is the Senior Medical Officer at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and a 2018 recipient of the Samuel J. Heyman Public Service Career Achievement Award. + James B. Williams Medical Education Building<br>Lecture Hall 110 Campus Events
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05:00PM 07:00PM 16th Annual Hamilton E. Holmes Memorial Lecture: University Event Topic: Alumni,Diversity,Health,Lectures & Meetings,Medicine,Public Health,OtherSchool: All Emory University,School of Medicine,School of Public HealthDepartment / Organization: Administration,African American Studies,African Students Association,Black Student Alliance,Center for Public Health Communication,Center for Women,Civic and Community Engagement,Continuing Medical Education,Culture and Society,Dept of Medicine,Dept of Pediatrics,Emory College,Emory Woman's Club,Office for Racial and Cultural Engagement,President's Commission on Race and Ethnicity (PCORE),Provost's Office,Rollins School of Public Health,School of Medicine,Women's CenterBuilding/Room: School of MedicineMeeting Organizer/Sponsor: Office of the Dean and the Office of Multicultural AffairsSpeaker/Presenter: Marshalyn Yeargin-Allsopp, MD '72MEvent Open To: All (Public),All Students,Alumni,Emory College Students,Faculty,School of Medicine Students,StaffCost: FreeRegistration / R.S.V.P. link: https://tinyurl.com/HEHolmes2020Contact Name: Allen LeeContact Email: allen.lee@emory.eduLink: https://tinyurl.com/HEHolmes2020Guest lecturer, Marshalyn Yeargin-Allsopp, MD ‘72M is the first black female to graduate from Emory School of Medicine. She is the Senior Medical Officer at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and a 2018 recipient of the Samuel J. Heyman Public Service Career Achievement Award. + James B. Williams Medical Education Building<br>Lecture Hall 110 Campus Events
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07:30PM 09:30PM Southern Circuit Film Series: The Infiltrators: School: Oxford CollegeDepartment / Organization: Oxford CollegeBuilding/Room: Williams Hall (Oxford)Cost: FreeContact Name: Molly McGeheeContact Email: molly.mcgehee@emory.eduThe Infiltrators is a docu-thriller that tells the true story of young immigrants who get arrested by Border Patrol, and put in a shadowy for-profit detention center – on purpose. Marco and Viri are members of the National Immigrant Youth Alliance, a group of radical Dreamers who are on a mission to stop deportations. And the best place to stop deportations, they believe, is in detention. However, when Marco and Viri try to pull off their heist – a kind of ‘prison break’ in reverse – things don’t go according to plan. By weaving together documentary footage of the real infiltrators with scripted re-enactments of the events inside the detention center, The Infiltrators tells this incredible true story in a boundary-crossing new cinematic language.   Darren Dean will participate in a Q&A with the audience following the screening. About the filmmaker: Darren Dean is an American producer, writer, and director. A three-time Film Independent Spirit Award nominee, Dean is responsible for producing the award-winning features Prince of Broadway (which he co-wrote), Kinyarwanda, H.O.M.E., Tangerine, and The Florida Project. He also produced the Clio Award-Winning short Snowbird, as well as Pioneer High. Dean has been nominated for an NAACP Image Award (Kinyarwanda) and won the GLAAD Media Award for Outstanding Feature (Tangerine). In 2016, Dean’s body of work was recognized with a nomination for the Film Independent Spirit Awards Piaget Producer’s Award. For 2019, he’s most recently produced The Short History of the Long Road, Premature, and the Sundance-winning feature, The Infiltrators. Oxford is one of the hosts of the 2019-20 Southern Circuit tour of independent films. An initiative of the Atlanta-based arts organization South Arts, Southern Circuit brings the best of independent film to communities across the South. Audiences have seen over 300 films and have engaged filmmakers in post-screening discussions in more than 100 communities across the Southern United States. The tour connects audiences with independent filmmakers. This is an Oxford Studies event. + Oxford College Campus Events
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