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12:00AM 11:55PM 21-Day Compassion Challenge: School: All Emory University,Carter Center,Emory College,Graduate School,Oxford College,School of Business,School of Law,School of Medicine,School of Nursing,School of Public Health,School of Theology,Winship Cancer Institute,Yerkes Research CenterDepartment / Organization: Center for Contemplative Science and Compassion-Based EthicsEvent Open To: All (Public),All Students,Alumni,By Invitation Only,Donors,Emory College Students,Emory Community,Executive MBA,Faculty,Full-time MBA,Graduate Students,Juniors,Organization Members,Oxford College Students,Parents,PhD Students Advanced to Candidacy,Private Event,Prospective Students,Recruiters,School of Business Students,School of Medicine Students,School of Nursing Students,School of Public Health Students,School of Theology Students,Sophomores,Staff,Undergraduate BBA,YerkesCost: FreeRegistration / R.S.V.P. link: https://compassionshift.emory.edu/register/Contact Name: Hannah SmithContact Email: Hannah.e.smith@emory.eduLink: https://compassionshift.emory.edu/With the generous support of the Rob and Melani Walton Foundation, the Emory Compassion Center will launch a 21-Day Compassion Challenge that begins next Saturday, March 6, 2021. Over the course of three weeks, participants in this international event will be guided through a series of learning experiences centered on compassion. This carefully designed program offers engaging short videos and brief guided meditations, with accompanying daily tasks and personal journaling. This experience will serve as an introduction to the Compassion Center’s long-standing program CBCT® (Cognitively-Based Compassion Training). Participation is free for all who register.  To see the details, please visit compassion.emory.edu…To register, you may go directly to compassionshift.emory.edu… + <a href="https://compassionshift.emory.edu/" target="_blank" rel="noopener">compassionshift.emory.edu</a> Campus Events
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12:00AM 11:55PM 21-Day Compassion Challenge: School: All Emory University,Carter Center,Emory College,Graduate School,Oxford College,School of Business,School of Law,School of Medicine,School of Nursing,School of Public Health,School of Theology,Winship Cancer Institute,Yerkes Research CenterDepartment / Organization: Center for Contemplative Science and Compassion-Based EthicsEvent Open To: All (Public),All Students,Alumni,By Invitation Only,Donors,Emory College Students,Emory Community,Executive MBA,Faculty,Full-time MBA,Graduate Students,Juniors,Organization Members,Oxford College Students,Parents,PhD Students Advanced to Candidacy,Private Event,Prospective Students,Recruiters,School of Business Students,School of Medicine Students,School of Nursing Students,School of Public Health Students,School of Theology Students,Sophomores,Staff,Undergraduate BBA,YerkesCost: FreeRegistration / R.S.V.P. link: https://compassionshift.emory.edu/register/Contact Name: Hannah SmithContact Email: Hannah.e.smith@emory.eduLink: https://compassionshift.emory.edu/With the generous support of the Rob and Melani Walton Foundation, the Emory Compassion Center will launch a 21-Day Compassion Challenge that begins next Saturday, March 6, 2021. Over the course of three weeks, participants in this international event will be guided through a series of learning experiences centered on compassion. This carefully designed program offers engaging short videos and brief guided meditations, with accompanying daily tasks and personal journaling. This experience will serve as an introduction to the Compassion Center’s long-standing program CBCT® (Cognitively-Based Compassion Training). Participation is free for all who register.  To see the details, please visit compassion.emory.edu…To register, you may go directly to compassionshift.emory.edu… + <a href="https://compassionshift.emory.edu/" target="_blank" rel="noopener">compassionshift.emory.edu</a> Campus Events
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12:00AM 11:55PM 21-Day Compassion Challenge: School: All Emory University,Carter Center,Emory College,Graduate School,Oxford College,School of Business,School of Law,School of Medicine,School of Nursing,School of Public Health,School of Theology,Winship Cancer Institute,Yerkes Research CenterDepartment / Organization: Center for Contemplative Science and Compassion-Based EthicsEvent Open To: All (Public),All Students,Alumni,By Invitation Only,Donors,Emory College Students,Emory Community,Executive MBA,Faculty,Full-time MBA,Graduate Students,Juniors,Organization Members,Oxford College Students,Parents,PhD Students Advanced to Candidacy,Private Event,Prospective Students,Recruiters,School of Business Students,School of Medicine Students,School of Nursing Students,School of Public Health Students,School of Theology Students,Sophomores,Staff,Undergraduate BBA,YerkesCost: FreeRegistration / R.S.V.P. link: https://compassionshift.emory.edu/register/Contact Name: Hannah SmithContact Email: Hannah.e.smith@emory.eduLink: https://compassionshift.emory.edu/With the generous support of the Rob and Melani Walton Foundation, the Emory Compassion Center will launch a 21-Day Compassion Challenge that begins next Saturday, March 6, 2021. Over the course of three weeks, participants in this international event will be guided through a series of learning experiences centered on compassion. This carefully designed program offers engaging short videos and brief guided meditations, with accompanying daily tasks and personal journaling. This experience will serve as an introduction to the Compassion Center’s long-standing program CBCT® (Cognitively-Based Compassion Training). Participation is free for all who register.  To see the details, please visit compassion.emory.edu…To register, you may go directly to compassionshift.emory.edu… + <a href="https://compassionshift.emory.edu/" target="_blank" rel="noopener">compassionshift.emory.edu</a> Campus Events
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12:00PM 12:15PM Mid-Week Musical Reflections: University Event Topic: OtherSchool: All Emory UniversityDepartment / Organization: Religious LifeMeeting Organizer/Sponsor: Sponsored by the Emory University Office of Spiritual and Religious Life, with the Department of Middle Eastern and South Asian Studies, South Asia Seminar, Department of Music, Department of Religion, Emory College Center for Creativity and Arts David Goldwasser Series in Religion and the Arts, and Hightower Fund.Speaker/Presenter: Maury Allums, Director of Music, Office of Spiritual and Religious LifeEvent Open To: Emory CommunityCost: FreeRegistration / R.S.V.P. link: http://bit.ly/OSRLMidWeekMusicContact Name: Maury AllumsContact Email: religiouslife@emory.eduLink: http://bit.ly/OSRLMidWeekMusicMid-Week Musical ReflectionsWednesdays during term starting February 3, 12:00-12:15 p.m. EST, Zoom and Facebook LiveAll are invited to reflect and decompress in a mid-week, mid-day time of sacred music. Join Maury Allums, Director of Music, and the Emory Office of Spiritual and Religious Life in taking a moment to breathe, relax, and connect with others in our community. Visit bit.ly… to register for this weekly event via Zoom and to receive updates on our weekly musical reflections. You can also watch them live on Facebook by visiting the Emory OSRL Facebook page.Sponsored by the Emory University Office of Spiritual and Religious Life. + Zoom Registration: <a href="http://bit.ly/OSRLMidWeekMusic" target="_blank" rel="noopener" title="http://bit.ly/OSRLMidWeekMusic Campus Events
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01:00PM 02:00PM Care of the Poor During the Reformation Webinar: University Event Topic: Academics,Humanities,Lectures & Meetings,Religion & Ethics,Research,TheologySchool: School of TheologyDepartment / Organization: Pitts Theology LibraryBuilding/Room: Pitts Theology LibraryMeeting Organizer/Sponsor: Richard C. Kessler ConversationsSpeaker/Presenter: Professor Esther Chung-KimEvent Open To: All (Public)Cost: FreeRegistration / R.S.V.P. link: https://www.bigmarker.com/pitts-theology-library/A-Kessler-Conversation-with-Professor-Cynthia-Moe-LobedaContact Name: Anne Marie McLeanContact Email: amclea3@emory.eduLink: https://www.pitts.emory.edu/chungkimNamed after the world-renowned Richard C. Kessler Reformation Collection held at Pitts Theology Library, Kessler Conversations (30-45 mins) offer opportunities for the general public to learn about the events in Europe the 16th century and to consider what they may tell us about the issues facing our communities. Conversations in a given academic semester focus on a single contemporary theme and trace it back to the Reformers. These conversations are free and open to the public, but registration is required. The theme of the Spring 2021 conversations is “Blessed are the Poor: Wealth and Poverty in the 16th and 21st Centuries.”This March, Esther Chung-Kim, Associate Professor of Religious Studies and Associate Director of The Gould Center of Humanities at Claremont McKenna College in Claremont, California, joins Dr. Richard Adams in conversation about caring for the poor during the Reformation. During the Reformation, religious leaders served as catalysts, organizers, stabilizers, and consolidators of poor relief programs to alleviate poverty. Although once in line with the religious piety, voluntary poverty was no longer a spiritual virtue for many religious reformers. As religious options multiplied within Christianity, one’s understanding of community would determine the boundaries, albeit contested and sometimes fluid, of responsible poor relief. Professor Chung-Kim, since her Ph. D. at Duke University, has focused her research on the problem of authority, biblical interpretation during the Reformation, and poor relief reform. She has published Inventing Authority: Use of the Church Fathers in Reformation Debates over the Eucharist (2011), Reformation Commentary on Scripture: Acts (2014) and several articles related to poverty, wealth, and social change. Her upcoming book, Economics of Faith: Reforming Poor Relief in Early Modern Europe will be coming out in June 2021. + Online: <a href="http://pitts.emory.edu/" target="_blank" rel="noopener">pitts.emory.edu</a>/chungkim Campus Events
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01:00PM 02:00PM Care of the Poor During the Reformation Webinar: University Event Topic: Academics,Humanities,Lectures & Meetings,Religion & Ethics,Research,TheologySchool: School of TheologyDepartment / Organization: Pitts Theology LibraryBuilding/Room: Pitts Theology LibraryMeeting Organizer/Sponsor: Richard C. Kessler ConversationsSpeaker/Presenter: Professor Esther Chung-KimEvent Open To: All (Public)Cost: FreeRegistration / R.S.V.P. link: https://www.bigmarker.com/pitts-theology-library/A-Kessler-Conversation-with-Professor-Cynthia-Moe-LobedaContact Name: Anne Marie McLeanContact Email: amclea3@emory.eduLink: https://www.pitts.emory.edu/chungkimNamed after the world-renowned Richard C. Kessler Reformation Collection held at Pitts Theology Library, Kessler Conversations (30-45 mins) offer opportunities for the general public to learn about the events in Europe the 16th century and to consider what they may tell us about the issues facing our communities. Conversations in a given academic semester focus on a single contemporary theme and trace it back to the Reformers. These conversations are free and open to the public, but registration is required. The theme of the Spring 2021 conversations is “Blessed are the Poor: Wealth and Poverty in the 16th and 21st Centuries.”This March, Esther Chung-Kim, Associate Professor of Religious Studies and Associate Director of The Gould Center of Humanities at Claremont McKenna College in Claremont, California, joins Dr. Richard Adams in conversation about caring for the poor during the Reformation. During the Reformation, religious leaders served as catalysts, organizers, stabilizers, and consolidators of poor relief programs to alleviate poverty. Although once in line with the religious piety, voluntary poverty was no longer a spiritual virtue for many religious reformers. As religious options multiplied within Christianity, one’s understanding of community would determine the boundaries, albeit contested and sometimes fluid, of responsible poor relief. Professor Chung-Kim, since her Ph. D. at Duke University, has focused her research on the problem of authority, biblical interpretation during the Reformation, and poor relief reform. She has published Inventing Authority: Use of the Church Fathers in Reformation Debates over the Eucharist (2011), Reformation Commentary on Scripture: Acts (2014) and several articles related to poverty, wealth, and social change. Her upcoming book, Economics of Faith: Reforming Poor Relief in Early Modern Europe will be coming out in June 2021. + Online: <a href="http://pitts.emory.edu/" target="_blank" rel="noopener">pitts.emory.edu</a>/chungkim Campus Events
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02:00PM 03:30PM IPRCE Violence Prevention TF meeting: Department / Organization: Center for Injury ControlCost: Free + <a href="https://emorymedicine.sjc1.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_3xWQ2VZlTBWZy4t" target="_blank" rel="noopener" title="https://emo Campus Events
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04:00PM 05:00PM Contemplative Science Seminar: University Event Topic: Academic Calendar,Academics,Alumni,Campus Life & Student Orgs,College,Community,Entertainment,Faculty,Graduate,Humanities,International,Lectures & Meetings,Public Health,Research,Science,Seminars & Workshops,Special Event,Student & Campus Life,OtherSchool: All Emory UniversityDepartment / Organization: Center for Contemplative Science and Compassion-Based EthicsMeeting Organizer/Sponsor: Center for Contemplative Science and Compassion-Based EthicsSpeaker/Presenter: Dr. Tim CunninghamEvent Open To: All (Public)Cost: FreeContact Name: Hannah SmithContact Email: Hannah.e.smith@emory.eduLink: https://emory.zoom.us/j/93314156653Fostering Compassionate and Creative Resonance It begins with a resonance that then transforms into storytelling, perhaps even art. This conversation will explore the inherent compassion that arises when living and nonliving objects connect with one another. We'll consider how we translate these connections, especially in healthcare, to healing and growth. With stories, images, and music, Tim will ask us to examine about core concepts of "beginning, middle, and end" and ask about ways that perhaps we can better measure the attenuation of suffering, while also addressing it in real time with the objective of sharing healing with people in need. One approach we'll discuss will be through a recent intervention called "Compassion & Growth Workshops," funded by the American Nurses Foundation and developed in partnership with Emory's Center for Contemplative Science and Compassion-Based Ethics, Emory Healthcare, and the University of Virginia. + <a href="https://emory.zoom.us/j/93314156653" target="_blank" rel="noopener" title="https://emory.zoom.us/j/93314156653">emory.z Campus Events
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