Kerr Gives Neuroscience Plenary Address

On August 31, Catherine E. Kerr, Director of Translational Neuroscience, Contemplative Studies Initiative, and AssistantCatherine KerrCatherine Kerr Professor of Family Medicine, gave a plenary address to the North American Esther Thelan Research Symposium on "Embodying Neuroscience" held in San Mateo, CA.  The lecture was titled, "Keeping Body Awareness in Mind: Top-Down Modulation of Sensorimotor Brain Rhythms as a Therapeutic Mechanism."  Other plenary speakers included Dr.

(Distributed October 12, 2012)

Watanabe Lab Comes to Brown CLPS, Affiliates with Contemplative Studies

Takeo WatanabeTakeo WatanabeRenowned cognitive scientist, Takeo Watanabe, has moved his Visual Cognition Laboratory from Boston University to the Brown Department of Cognitive, Linguistic, and Psychological Sciences.  The new lab will be called the "Watanabe Laboratory for Perceptual and Cognitive Learning," and includes Associate Professor Yuka Sasaki and a team of 20 post-doctoral and graduate students.

(Distributed October 12, 2012)

Ehn's Soulographie Performance Event Reaches Climatic Presentation in New York

Erik Ehn's unique and critically acclaimed Soulographi, a "durational performance event" looking at 20th centuryErik EhnErik Ehn America's relationships to genocides in the U.S., East Africa, and Central America and consisting of 17 individual plays independently produced in over a half dozen venues in the U.S., Poland, and several in East Africa, will be performed in one week at the La Mama Theatre in New York.

(Distributed October 12, 2012)

Roth Delivers Prominent Endowed Lecture at St. Lawrence University

On October 5, Professor Harold D. Roth, Director of the Contemplative Harold RothHarold RothStudies Initiative and Professor of Religious Studies at Brown University, gave the 2012 Kathryn Fraser Mackay Memorial Lecture at St. Lawrence University.  The lecture was titled "Contemplative Studies and the Liberal Arts."  

(Distributed October 12, 2012)

Britton to Receive Prestigious Gold Humanism Award

Willoughby Britton:

The Gold Humanism Honor Society, which is dedicated to recognize, support and promte the values of humanism and professionalism in medicine, has named Dr. Willoughby Britton of the Brown University Contemplative Studies Initiatve and the Department of Psychiatry of the Alpert Medical School, as the GHHS Visiting Professor this year.  Dr. Britton was recognized for her work at the Decof Cancer Center at Miriam Hospital where she has begun a mindfulness, meditation and yoga program for caregivers at all levels.

(Distributed October 12, 2012)
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