Campus Life Events

Summer Events

  • May
    7
    Virtual
    9:30pm

    Tarawih Prayer

    Special nightly Ramadan prayers. Isha prayer will begin at the time indicated followed by Tarawih. If you can’t make it in person you can tune in and listen.
    Sign up here | Tune in here

    Tune in here More Information Faith, Spirituality, Worship
  • Brown University Men’s Crew vs Northeastern University - No Spectators | Dreissigacker Cup
    https://brownbears.com/calendar.aspx?id=11152
    More Information Athletics, Sports, Wellness
  • May
    8

    Join each day of Ramadan for a recitation of one part (juz) of the Quran by Imam Amir Toft. Read along or just listen in. The reading will take about 40 minutes, and Zuhr prayer in congregation will follow. Sign up to join in person or tune in live via Zoom.

    Reading begins: 12:15 pm | Zuhr prayer: 1 pm
    Sign up here | Tune in here

    Sign up here More Information Faith, Spirituality, Worship
  • Learn More More Information Faith, Spirituality, Worship, Identity, Culture, Inclusion, Philosophy, Religious Studies
  • May
    8
    Virtual
    9:30pm

    Tarawih Prayer

    Special nightly Ramadan prayers. Isha prayer will begin at the time indicated followed by Tarawih. If you can’t make it in person you can tune in and listen.
    Sign up here | Tune in here

    Tune in here More Information Faith, Spirituality, Worship
  • May
    9

    Because space is limited, we encourage you to reserve your seat in advance. We will accommodate as many as we can safely, but pre-registering is preferred to showing up at the last minute!

    Learn More More Information Faith, Spirituality, Worship
  • May
    9

    Join each day of Ramadan for a recitation of one part (juz) of the Quran by Imam Amir Toft. Read along or just listen in. The reading will take about 40 minutes, and Zuhr prayer in congregation will follow. Sign up to join in person or tune in live via Zoom.

    Reading begins: 12:15 pm | Zuhr prayer: 1 pm
    Sign up here | Tune in here

    Sign up here More Information Faith, Spirituality, Worship
  • May
    9

    Because space is limited, we encourage you to reserve your seat in advance. We will accommodate as many as we can safely, but pre-registering is preferred to showing up at the last minute!

    Learn More More Information Faith, Spirituality, Worship
  • May
    9

    Because space is limited, we encourage you to reserve your seat in advance. We will accommodate as many as we can safely, but pre-registering is preferred to showing up at the last minute!

    Learn More More Information Faith, Spirituality, Worship
  • May
    9
    Virtual
    9:30pm

    Tarawih Prayer

    Special nightly Ramadan prayers. Isha prayer will begin at the time indicated followed by Tarawih. If you can’t make it in person you can tune in and listen.
    Sign up here | Tune in here

    Tune in here More Information Faith, Spirituality, Worship
  • The Brown University “Virtual Contemplative Mentors in Residence Program” makes tradition-based contemplative practices available to students and faculty at Brown University. Our Contemplative Mentors in Residence are all skilled practitioners in their respective traditions and also PhD-level scholars who have extensive experience teaching at institutions of higher education in Asia, North America and Europe. Our mentors will teach weekly in the noon hour Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays for 10 weeks during each term of the upcoming academic year. The Summer Sessions start the week of May 10th. On Mondays, there is Thai Samatha Meditation with Sarah Shaw. On Wednesdays, there is Chinese Qigong Moving Meditation with Larson DiFiori. And on Fridays, there is Japanese Rinzai Meditation with Masaki Matsubara.


    As a Brown Faculty member, if you are interested in participating yourself, incorporating one of the practices into your syllabus, or recommending it to students to see what it’s like to develop a consistent contemplative practice, we strongly recommend – but do not require – that you sign up for the entire 10-week period this semester. If you are a Brown student, you are welcome to “shop” the first sessions during the first two weeks of May and then decide. Casual participation is also possible but not recommended. Send your decision to [email protected] with “Virtual Contemplative Mentors” in the subject line.

    More Information 
  • May
    10

    Join each day of Ramadan for a recitation of one part (juz) of the Quran by Imam Amir Toft. Read along or just listen in. The reading will take about 40 minutes, and Zuhr prayer in congregation will follow. Sign up to join in person or tune in live via Zoom.

    Reading begins: 12:15 pm | Zuhr prayer: 1 pm
    Sign up here | Tune in here

    Sign up here More Information Faith, Spirituality, Worship
  • May
    10
    Virtual
    9:30pm

    Tarawih Prayer

    Special nightly Ramadan prayers. Isha prayer will begin at the time indicated followed by Tarawih. If you can’t make it in person you can tune in and listen.
    Sign up here | Tune in here

    Tune in here More Information Faith, Spirituality, Worship
  • May
    11

    Join each day of Ramadan for a recitation of one part (juz) of the Quran by Imam Amir Toft. Read along or just listen in. The reading will take about 40 minutes, and Zuhr prayer in congregation will follow. Sign up to join in person or tune in live via Zoom.

    Reading begins: 12:15 pm | Zuhr prayer: 1 pm
    Sign up here | Tune in here

    Sign up here More Information Faith, Spirituality, Worship
  • May
    11
    Virtual
    9:30pm

    Tarawih Prayer

    Special nightly Ramadan prayers. Isha prayer will begin at the time indicated followed by Tarawih. If you can’t make it in person you can tune in and listen.
    Sign up here | Tune in here

    Tune in here More Information Faith, Spirituality, Worship
  • The Brown University “Virtual Contemplative Mentors in Residence Program” makes tradition-based contemplative practices available to students and faculty at Brown University. Our Contemplative Mentors in Residence are all skilled practitioners in their respective traditions and also PhD-level scholars who have extensive experience teaching at institutions of higher education in Asia, North America and Europe. Our mentors will teach weekly in the noon hour Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays for 10 weeks during each term of the upcoming academic year. The Summer Sessions start the week of May 10th. On Mondays, there is Thai Samatha Meditation with Sarah Shaw. On Wednesdays, there is Chinese Qigong Moving Meditation with Larson DiFiori. And on Fridays, there is Japanese Rinzai Meditation with Masaki Matsubara.


    As a Brown Faculty member, if you are interested in participating yourself, incorporating one of the practices into your syllabus, or recommending it to students to see what it’s like to develop a consistent contemplative practice, we strongly recommend – but do not require – that you sign up for the entire 10-week period this semester. If you are a Brown student, you are welcome to “shop” the first sessions during the first two weeks of May and then decide. Casual participation is also possible but not recommended. Send your decision to [email protected] with “Virtual Contemplative Mentors” in the subject line.

    More Information 
  • May
    12
    12:05pm

    Quaker Meeting

    Please join us today, and every Wednesday, for meeting for worship in the manner of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers). We cannot currently meet in person, but we are gathering on Zoom. Please contact William Monroe for the link to the Zoom meeting. Meeting for worship begins and ends with silence, out of which one may speak if moved to do so. We begin about 12:05, and end about 12:45, but don’t feel constrained by the clock–come when you can. This is a weekly event, sponsored by the Office of the Chaplains and Religious Life.
    More Information Faith, Spirituality, Worship
  • May
    12

    Join each day of Ramadan for a recitation of one part (juz) of the Quran by Imam Amir Toft. Read along or just listen in. The reading will take about 40 minutes, and Zuhr prayer in congregation will follow. Sign up to join in person or tune in live via Zoom.

    Reading begins: 12:15 pm | Zuhr prayer: 1 pm
    Sign up here | Tune in here

    Sign up here More Information Faith, Spirituality, Worship
  • May
    12
    Virtual
    9:30pm

    Tarawih Prayer

    Special nightly Ramadan prayers. Isha prayer will begin at the time indicated followed by Tarawih. If you can’t make it in person you can tune in and listen.
    Sign up here | Tune in here

    Tune in here More Information Faith, Spirituality, Worship
  • It’s the end of the academic year! Join the LGBTQ Center and other queer/trans graduate and medical students over Zoom for a social event consisting of fun icebreakers and an opportunity to make more friends for the summer.

    RSVP Here! More Information Celebration, Graduate Students, LGBTQ Center, LGBTQ, Medical Students
  • The Brown University “Virtual Contemplative Mentors in Residence Program” makes tradition-based contemplative practices available to students and faculty at Brown University. Our Contemplative Mentors in Residence are all skilled practitioners in their respective traditions and also PhD-level scholars who have extensive experience teaching at institutions of higher education in Asia, North America and Europe. Our mentors will teach weekly in the noon hour Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays for 10 weeks during each term of the upcoming academic year. The Summer Sessions start the week of May 10th. On Mondays, there is Thai Samatha Meditation with Sarah Shaw. On Wednesdays, there is Chinese Qigong Moving Meditation with Larson DiFiori. And on Fridays, there is Japanese Rinzai Meditation with Masaki Matsubara.


    As a Brown Faculty member, if you are interested in participating yourself, incorporating one of the practices into your syllabus, or recommending it to students to see what it’s like to develop a consistent contemplative practice, we strongly recommend – but do not require – that you sign up for the entire 10-week period this semester. If you are a Brown student, you are welcome to “shop” the first sessions during the first two weeks of May and then decide. Casual participation is also possible but not recommended. Send your decision to [email protected] with “Virtual Contemplative Mentors” in the subject line.

    More Information 
  • May
    14
    1:00pm

    Jummah Prayer

    Muslim Friday (Jummah) Prayer
    First service: 1–1:20 pm | Second service: 1:30–1:50 pm
    Location: Alumnae Hall
    Sign-up required (click here)

     

    Jummah

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  • Brown University Men’s Crew at Boston University - Michalson Cup
    https://brownbears.com/calendar.aspx?id=11153
    More Information Athletics, Sports, Wellness
  • May
    16

    Because space is limited, we encourage you to reserve your seat in advance. We will accommodate as many as we can safely, but pre-registering is preferred to showing up at the last minute!

    Learn More More Information Faith, Spirituality, Worship
  • May
    16

    Because space is limited, we encourage you to reserve your seat in advance. We will accommodate as many as we can safely, but pre-registering is preferred to showing up at the last minute!

    Learn More More Information Faith, Spirituality, Worship
  • May
    16

    Because space is limited, we encourage you to reserve your seat in advance. We will accommodate as many as we can safely, but pre-registering is preferred to showing up at the last minute!

    Learn More More Information Faith, Spirituality, Worship
  • The Brown University “Virtual Contemplative Mentors in Residence Program” makes tradition-based contemplative practices available to students and faculty at Brown University. Our Contemplative Mentors in Residence are all skilled practitioners in their respective traditions and also PhD-level scholars who have extensive experience teaching at institutions of higher education in Asia, North America and Europe. Our mentors will teach weekly in the noon hour Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays for 10 weeks during each term of the upcoming academic year. The Summer Sessions start the week of May 10th. On Mondays, there is Thai Samatha Meditation with Sarah Shaw. On Wednesdays, there is Chinese Qigong Moving Meditation with Larson DiFiori. And on Fridays, there is Japanese Rinzai Meditation with Masaki Matsubara.


    As a Brown Faculty member, if you are interested in participating yourself, incorporating one of the practices into your syllabus, or recommending it to students to see what it’s like to develop a consistent contemplative practice, we strongly recommend – but do not require – that you sign up for the entire 10-week period this semester. If you are a Brown student, you are welcome to “shop” the first sessions during the first two weeks of May and then decide. Casual participation is also possible but not recommended. Send your decision to [email protected] with “Virtual Contemplative Mentors” in the subject line.

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  • *RSVP at https://tinyurl.com/astrologycare 

    In this informative and interactive workshop, first-year students will learn about how astrology can be a tool for self-care. LiZhen Wang and Giselle Castaño, astrologers and Brown alumns, will help participants discover how the placement of each person’s Moon by sign and house can be a useful guide for one’s self-care practice. Come with your birth charts and questions.

    Sponsored by the Brown Center for Students of Color, Office of Residential Life, and the Sarah Doyle Center for Women and Gender

    Workshop presenter Bios

    LiZhen Wang is an astrologer, facilitator, and food-grower based in Oakland and Taipei. They have been a consulting astrologer since 2014, and in 2020 LiZhen started the Astrology for Social Movements project. Their research focuses on the planetary patterns undergirding movements for abolition and collective freedom. They also teach a 3-month program called ON PURPOSE: An Astrological Discovery of What You’re Here For. LiZhen graduated from Brown with a B.A. in Ethnic Studies.

    Giselle Castaño is a queer spiritual astrologer currently based out of Seattle, Washington situated on Duwamish and Suquamish land. Giselle’s love for astrology was passed down from her mother and the astrology books from their childhood home. Giselle has been studying and practicing astrology since 2012. Giselle loves doing individual birth chart readings, teaching workshops, and sharing astrology at community events.

    More Information Identity, Culture, Inclusion
  • Brown University Coed Sailing vs ICSA Women’s National Championships
    https://brownbears.com/calendar.aspx?id=11140
    More Information Athletics, Sports, Wellness
  • Brown University Women’s Sailing vs ICSA Women’s National Championships
    https://brownbears.com/calendar.aspx?id=11134
    More Information Athletics, Sports, Wellness
  • The Brown University “Virtual Contemplative Mentors in Residence Program” makes tradition-based contemplative practices available to students and faculty at Brown University. Our Contemplative Mentors in Residence are all skilled practitioners in their respective traditions and also PhD-level scholars who have extensive experience teaching at institutions of higher education in Asia, North America and Europe. Our mentors will teach weekly in the noon hour Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays for 10 weeks during each term of the upcoming academic year. The Summer Sessions start the week of May 10th. On Mondays, there is Thai Samatha Meditation with Sarah Shaw. On Wednesdays, there is Chinese Qigong Moving Meditation with Larson DiFiori. And on Fridays, there is Japanese Rinzai Meditation with Masaki Matsubara.


    As a Brown Faculty member, if you are interested in participating yourself, incorporating one of the practices into your syllabus, or recommending it to students to see what it’s like to develop a consistent contemplative practice, we strongly recommend – but do not require – that you sign up for the entire 10-week period this semester. If you are a Brown student, you are welcome to “shop” the first sessions during the first two weeks of May and then decide. Casual participation is also possible but not recommended. Send your decision to [email protected] with “Virtual Contemplative Mentors” in the subject line.

    More Information 
  • May
    19
    12:05pm

    Quaker Meeting

    Please join us today, and every Wednesday, for meeting for worship in the manner of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers). We cannot currently meet in person, but we are gathering on Zoom. Please contact William Monroe for the link to the Zoom meeting. Meeting for worship begins and ends with silence, out of which one may speak if moved to do so. We begin about 12:05, and end about 12:45, but don’t feel constrained by the clock–come when you can. This is a weekly event, sponsored by the Office of the Chaplains and Religious Life.
    More Information Faith, Spirituality, Worship
  • Brown University Coed Sailing vs ICSA Women’s National Championships
    https://brownbears.com/calendar.aspx?id=11141
    More Information Athletics, Sports, Wellness
  • Brown University Women’s Sailing vs ICSA Women’s National Championships
    https://brownbears.com/calendar.aspx?id=11135
    More Information Athletics, Sports, Wellness
  • Feel Good Friday Grab and Go Series, stop by the Main Green and pick up this week’s giveaway!

    Learn More More Information 
  • The Brown University “Virtual Contemplative Mentors in Residence Program” makes tradition-based contemplative practices available to students and faculty at Brown University. Our Contemplative Mentors in Residence are all skilled practitioners in their respective traditions and also PhD-level scholars who have extensive experience teaching at institutions of higher education in Asia, North America and Europe. Our mentors will teach weekly in the noon hour Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays for 10 weeks during each term of the upcoming academic year. The Summer Sessions start the week of May 10th. On Mondays, there is Thai Samatha Meditation with Sarah Shaw. On Wednesdays, there is Chinese Qigong Moving Meditation with Larson DiFiori. And on Fridays, there is Japanese Rinzai Meditation with Masaki Matsubara.


    As a Brown Faculty member, if you are interested in participating yourself, incorporating one of the practices into your syllabus, or recommending it to students to see what it’s like to develop a consistent contemplative practice, we strongly recommend – but do not require – that you sign up for the entire 10-week period this semester. If you are a Brown student, you are welcome to “shop” the first sessions during the first two weeks of May and then decide. Casual participation is also possible but not recommended. Send your decision to [email protected] with “Virtual Contemplative Mentors” in the subject line.

    More Information 
  • May
    23

    Because space is limited, we encourage you to reserve your seat in advance. We will accommodate as many as we can safely, but pre-registering is preferred to showing up at the last minute!

    Learn More More Information Faith, Spirituality, Worship
  • May
    23

    Because space is limited, we encourage you to reserve your seat in advance. We will accommodate as many as we can safely, but pre-registering is preferred to showing up at the last minute!

    Learn More More Information Faith, Spirituality, Worship
  • May
    23

    Because space is limited, we encourage you to reserve your seat in advance. We will accommodate as many as we can safely, but pre-registering is preferred to showing up at the last minute!

    Learn More More Information Faith, Spirituality, Worship
  • The Brown University “Virtual Contemplative Mentors in Residence Program” makes tradition-based contemplative practices available to students and faculty at Brown University. Our Contemplative Mentors in Residence are all skilled practitioners in their respective traditions and also PhD-level scholars who have extensive experience teaching at institutions of higher education in Asia, North America and Europe. Our mentors will teach weekly in the noon hour Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays for 10 weeks during each term of the upcoming academic year. The Summer Sessions start the week of May 10th. On Mondays, there is Thai Samatha Meditation with Sarah Shaw. On Wednesdays, there is Chinese Qigong Moving Meditation with Larson DiFiori. And on Fridays, there is Japanese Rinzai Meditation with Masaki Matsubara.


    As a Brown Faculty member, if you are interested in participating yourself, incorporating one of the practices into your syllabus, or recommending it to students to see what it’s like to develop a consistent contemplative practice, we strongly recommend – but do not require – that you sign up for the entire 10-week period this semester. If you are a Brown student, you are welcome to “shop” the first sessions during the first two weeks of May and then decide. Casual participation is also possible but not recommended. Send your decision to [email protected] with “Virtual Contemplative Mentors” in the subject line.

    More Information 
  • The Brown University “Virtual Contemplative Mentors in Residence Program” makes tradition-based contemplative practices available to students and faculty at Brown University. Our Contemplative Mentors in Residence are all skilled practitioners in their respective traditions and also PhD-level scholars who have extensive experience teaching at institutions of higher education in Asia, North America and Europe. Our mentors will teach weekly in the noon hour Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays for 10 weeks during each term of the upcoming academic year. The Summer Sessions start the week of May 10th. On Mondays, there is Thai Samatha Meditation with Sarah Shaw. On Wednesdays, there is Chinese Qigong Moving Meditation with Larson DiFiori. And on Fridays, there is Japanese Rinzai Meditation with Masaki Matsubara.


    As a Brown Faculty member, if you are interested in participating yourself, incorporating one of the practices into your syllabus, or recommending it to students to see what it’s like to develop a consistent contemplative practice, we strongly recommend – but do not require – that you sign up for the entire 10-week period this semester. If you are a Brown student, you are welcome to “shop” the first sessions during the first two weeks of May and then decide. Casual participation is also possible but not recommended. Send your decision to [email protected] with “Virtual Contemplative Mentors” in the subject line.

    More Information 
  • May
    26
    12:05pm

    Quaker Meeting

    Please join us today, and every Wednesday, for meeting for worship in the manner of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers). We cannot currently meet in person, but we are gathering on Zoom. Please contact William Monroe for the link to the Zoom meeting. Meeting for worship begins and ends with silence, out of which one may speak if moved to do so. We begin about 12:05, and end about 12:45, but don’t feel constrained by the clock–come when you can. This is a weekly event, sponsored by the Office of the Chaplains and Religious Life.
    More Information Faith, Spirituality, Worship
  • Brown University Men’s Track & Field at NCAA East Regional - Individual Qualifiers
    https://brownbears.com/calendar.aspx?id=11156
    More Information Athletics, Sports, Wellness
  • Brown University Women’s Track & Field at NCAA East Regional - Individual Qualifiers
    https://brownbears.com/calendar.aspx?id=11158
    More Information Athletics, Sports, Wellness
  • Brown University Men’s Crew vs IRA National Championships
    https://brownbears.com/calendar.aspx?id=11150
    More Information Athletics, Sports, Wellness
  • Brown University Men’s Track & Field at NCAA East Regional - Individual Qualifiers
    https://brownbears.com/calendar.aspx?id=11156
    More Information Athletics, Sports, Wellness
  • Brown University Women’s Crew vs NCAA Championships - Pending Selection
    https://brownbears.com/calendar.aspx?id=11147
    More Information Athletics, Sports, Wellness
  • Brown University Women’s Track & Field at NCAA East Regional - Individual Qualifiers
    https://brownbears.com/calendar.aspx?id=11158
    More Information Athletics, Sports, Wellness
  • The Brown University “Virtual Contemplative Mentors in Residence Program” makes tradition-based contemplative practices available to students and faculty at Brown University. Our Contemplative Mentors in Residence are all skilled practitioners in their respective traditions and also PhD-level scholars who have extensive experience teaching at institutions of higher education in Asia, North America and Europe. Our mentors will teach weekly in the noon hour Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays for 10 weeks during each term of the upcoming academic year. The Summer Sessions start the week of May 10th. On Mondays, there is Thai Samatha Meditation with Sarah Shaw. On Wednesdays, there is Chinese Qigong Moving Meditation with Larson DiFiori. And on Fridays, there is Japanese Rinzai Meditation with Masaki Matsubara.


    As a Brown Faculty member, if you are interested in participating yourself, incorporating one of the practices into your syllabus, or recommending it to students to see what it’s like to develop a consistent contemplative practice, we strongly recommend – but do not require – that you sign up for the entire 10-week period this semester. If you are a Brown student, you are welcome to “shop” the first sessions during the first two weeks of May and then decide. Casual participation is also possible but not recommended. Send your decision to [email protected] with “Virtual Contemplative Mentors” in the subject line.

    More Information 
  • Brown University Men’s Crew vs IRA National Championships
    https://brownbears.com/calendar.aspx?id=11151
    More Information Athletics, Sports, Wellness
  • Brown University Women’s Crew vs NCAA Championships - Pending Selection
    https://brownbears.com/calendar.aspx?id=11148
    More Information Athletics, Sports, Wellness
  • Brown University Women’s Crew vs NCAA Championships - Pending Selection
    https://brownbears.com/calendar.aspx?id=11149
    More Information Athletics, Sports, Wellness
  • May
    30

    Because space is limited, we encourage you to reserve your seat in advance. We will accommodate as many as we can safely, but pre-registering is preferred to showing up at the last minute!

    Learn More More Information Faith, Spirituality, Worship
  • May
    30

    Because space is limited, we encourage you to reserve your seat in advance. We will accommodate as many as we can safely, but pre-registering is preferred to showing up at the last minute!

    Learn More More Information Faith, Spirituality, Worship
  • May
    30

    Because space is limited, we encourage you to reserve your seat in advance. We will accommodate as many as we can safely, but pre-registering is preferred to showing up at the last minute!

    Learn More More Information Faith, Spirituality, Worship
  • The Brown University “Virtual Contemplative Mentors in Residence Program” makes tradition-based contemplative practices available to students and faculty at Brown University. Our Contemplative Mentors in Residence are all skilled practitioners in their respective traditions and also PhD-level scholars who have extensive experience teaching at institutions of higher education in Asia, North America and Europe. Our mentors will teach weekly in the noon hour Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays for 10 weeks during each term of the upcoming academic year. The Summer Sessions start the week of May 10th. On Mondays, there is Thai Samatha Meditation with Sarah Shaw. On Wednesdays, there is Chinese Qigong Moving Meditation with Larson DiFiori. And on Fridays, there is Japanese Rinzai Meditation with Masaki Matsubara.


    As a Brown Faculty member, if you are interested in participating yourself, incorporating one of the practices into your syllabus, or recommending it to students to see what it’s like to develop a consistent contemplative practice, we strongly recommend – but do not require – that you sign up for the entire 10-week period this semester. If you are a Brown student, you are welcome to “shop” the first sessions during the first two weeks of May and then decide. Casual participation is also possible but not recommended. Send your decision to [email protected] with “Virtual Contemplative Mentors” in the subject line.

    More Information 
  • Brown University Coed Sailing vs ICSA Team Race National Championships
    https://brownbears.com/calendar.aspx?id=11142
    More Information Athletics, Sports, Wellness
  • Brown University Women’s Sailing vs ICSA Team Race National Championships
    https://brownbears.com/calendar.aspx?id=11136
    More Information Athletics, Sports, Wellness
  • The Brown University “Virtual Contemplative Mentors in Residence Program” makes tradition-based contemplative practices available to students and faculty at Brown University. Our Contemplative Mentors in Residence are all skilled practitioners in their respective traditions and also PhD-level scholars who have extensive experience teaching at institutions of higher education in Asia, North America and Europe. Our mentors will teach weekly in the noon hour Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays for 10 weeks during each term of the upcoming academic year. The Summer Sessions start the week of May 10th. On Mondays, there is Thai Samatha Meditation with Sarah Shaw. On Wednesdays, there is Chinese Qigong Moving Meditation with Larson DiFiori. And on Fridays, there is Japanese Rinzai Meditation with Masaki Matsubara.


    As a Brown Faculty member, if you are interested in participating yourself, incorporating one of the practices into your syllabus, or recommending it to students to see what it’s like to develop a consistent contemplative practice, we strongly recommend – but do not require – that you sign up for the entire 10-week period this semester. If you are a Brown student, you are welcome to “shop” the first sessions during the first two weeks of May and then decide. Casual participation is also possible but not recommended. Send your decision to [email protected] with “Virtual Contemplative Mentors” in the subject line.

    More Information 
  • Jun
    2
    12:05pm

    Quaker Meeting

    Please join us today, and every Wednesday, for meeting for worship in the manner of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers). We cannot currently meet in person, but we are gathering on Zoom. Please contact William Monroe for the link to the Zoom meeting. Meeting for worship begins and ends with silence, out of which one may speak if moved to do so. We begin about 12:05, and end about 12:45, but don’t feel constrained by the clock–come when you can. This is a weekly event, sponsored by the Office of the Chaplains and Religious Life.
    More Information Faith, Spirituality, Worship
  • Brown University Coed Sailing vs ICSA Team Race National Championships
    https://brownbears.com/calendar.aspx?id=11143
    More Information Athletics, Sports, Wellness
  • Brown University Women’s Sailing vs ICSA Team Race National Championships
    https://brownbears.com/calendar.aspx?id=11137
    More Information Athletics, Sports, Wellness
  • Feel Good Friday Grab and Go Series, stop by the Main Green and pick up this week’s giveaway!

    Learn More More Information 
  • The Brown University “Virtual Contemplative Mentors in Residence Program” makes tradition-based contemplative practices available to students and faculty at Brown University. Our Contemplative Mentors in Residence are all skilled practitioners in their respective traditions and also PhD-level scholars who have extensive experience teaching at institutions of higher education in Asia, North America and Europe. Our mentors will teach weekly in the noon hour Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays for 10 weeks during each term of the upcoming academic year. The Summer Sessions start the week of May 10th. On Mondays, there is Thai Samatha Meditation with Sarah Shaw. On Wednesdays, there is Chinese Qigong Moving Meditation with Larson DiFiori. And on Fridays, there is Japanese Rinzai Meditation with Masaki Matsubara.


    As a Brown Faculty member, if you are interested in participating yourself, incorporating one of the practices into your syllabus, or recommending it to students to see what it’s like to develop a consistent contemplative practice, we strongly recommend – but do not require – that you sign up for the entire 10-week period this semester. If you are a Brown student, you are welcome to “shop” the first sessions during the first two weeks of May and then decide. Casual participation is also possible but not recommended. Send your decision to [email protected] with “Virtual Contemplative Mentors” in the subject line.

    More Information 
  • Jun
    6

    Because space is limited, we encourage you to reserve your seat in advance. We will accommodate as many as we can safely, but pre-registering is preferred to showing up at the last minute!

    Learn More More Information Faith, Spirituality, Worship
  • Jun
    6

    Because space is limited, we encourage you to reserve your seat in advance. We will accommodate as many as we can safely, but pre-registering is preferred to showing up at the last minute!

    Learn More More Information Faith, Spirituality, Worship
  • Jun
    6

    Because space is limited, we encourage you to reserve your seat in advance. We will accommodate as many as we can safely, but pre-registering is preferred to showing up at the last minute!

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  • Brown University Coed Sailing vs ICSA Coed National Championships
    https://brownbears.com/calendar.aspx?id=11144
    More Information Athletics, Sports, Wellness
  • Brown University Women’s Sailing vs ICSA Coed National Championships
    https://brownbears.com/calendar.aspx?id=11138
    More Information Athletics, Sports, Wellness
  • The Brown University “Virtual Contemplative Mentors in Residence Program” makes tradition-based contemplative practices available to students and faculty at Brown University. Our Contemplative Mentors in Residence are all skilled practitioners in their respective traditions and also PhD-level scholars who have extensive experience teaching at institutions of higher education in Asia, North America and Europe. Our mentors will teach weekly in the noon hour Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays for 10 weeks during each term of the upcoming academic year. The Summer Sessions start the week of May 10th. On Mondays, there is Thai Samatha Meditation with Sarah Shaw. On Wednesdays, there is Chinese Qigong Moving Meditation with Larson DiFiori. And on Fridays, there is Japanese Rinzai Meditation with Masaki Matsubara.


    As a Brown Faculty member, if you are interested in participating yourself, incorporating one of the practices into your syllabus, or recommending it to students to see what it’s like to develop a consistent contemplative practice, we strongly recommend – but do not require – that you sign up for the entire 10-week period this semester. If you are a Brown student, you are welcome to “shop” the first sessions during the first two weeks of May and then decide. Casual participation is also possible but not recommended. Send your decision to [email protected] with “Virtual Contemplative Mentors” in the subject line.

    More Information 
  • Brown University Coed Sailing vs ICSA Coed National Championships
    https://brownbears.com/calendar.aspx?id=11145
    More Information Athletics, Sports, Wellness
  • Brown University Women’s Sailing vs ICSA Coed National Championships
    https://brownbears.com/calendar.aspx?id=11139
    More Information Athletics, Sports, Wellness
  • Brown University Men’s Track & Field at NCAA Championship - Individual Qualifiers
    https://brownbears.com/calendar.aspx?id=11157
    More Information Athletics, Sports, Wellness
  • Brown University Women’s Track & Field at NCAA Championship - Individual Qualifiers
    https://brownbears.com/calendar.aspx?id=11159
    More Information Athletics, Sports, Wellness
  • The Brown University “Virtual Contemplative Mentors in Residence Program” makes tradition-based contemplative practices available to students and faculty at Brown University. Our Contemplative Mentors in Residence are all skilled practitioners in their respective traditions and also PhD-level scholars who have extensive experience teaching at institutions of higher education in Asia, North America and Europe. Our mentors will teach weekly in the noon hour Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays for 10 weeks during each term of the upcoming academic year. The Summer Sessions start the week of May 10th. On Mondays, there is Thai Samatha Meditation with Sarah Shaw. On Wednesdays, there is Chinese Qigong Moving Meditation with Larson DiFiori. And on Fridays, there is Japanese Rinzai Meditation with Masaki Matsubara.


    As a Brown Faculty member, if you are interested in participating yourself, incorporating one of the practices into your syllabus, or recommending it to students to see what it’s like to develop a consistent contemplative practice, we strongly recommend – but do not require – that you sign up for the entire 10-week period this semester. If you are a Brown student, you are welcome to “shop” the first sessions during the first two weeks of May and then decide. Casual participation is also possible but not recommended. Send your decision to [email protected] with “Virtual Contemplative Mentors” in the subject line.

    More Information 
  • Jun
    9
    12:05pm

    Quaker Meeting

    Please join us today, and every Wednesday, for meeting for worship in the manner of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers). We cannot currently meet in person, but we are gathering on Zoom. Please contact William Monroe for the link to the Zoom meeting. Meeting for worship begins and ends with silence, out of which one may speak if moved to do so. We begin about 12:05, and end about 12:45, but don’t feel constrained by the clock–come when you can. This is a weekly event, sponsored by the Office of the Chaplains and Religious Life.
    More Information Faith, Spirituality, Worship
  • Brown University Men’s Track & Field at NCAA Championship - Individual Qualifiers
    https://brownbears.com/calendar.aspx?id=11157
    More Information Athletics, Sports, Wellness
  • Brown University Women’s Track & Field at NCAA Championship - Individual Qualifiers
    https://brownbears.com/calendar.aspx?id=11159
    More Information Athletics, Sports, Wellness
  • Brown University Men’s Track & Field at NCAA Championship - Individual Qualifiers
    https://brownbears.com/calendar.aspx?id=11157
    More Information Athletics, Sports, Wellness
  • Brown University Women’s Track & Field at NCAA Championship - Individual Qualifiers
    https://brownbears.com/calendar.aspx?id=11159
    More Information Athletics, Sports, Wellness
  • The Brown University “Virtual Contemplative Mentors in Residence Program” makes tradition-based contemplative practices available to students and faculty at Brown University. Our Contemplative Mentors in Residence are all skilled practitioners in their respective traditions and also PhD-level scholars who have extensive experience teaching at institutions of higher education in Asia, North America and Europe. Our mentors will teach weekly in the noon hour Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays for 10 weeks during each term of the upcoming academic year. The Summer Sessions start the week of May 10th. On Mondays, there is Thai Samatha Meditation with Sarah Shaw. On Wednesdays, there is Chinese Qigong Moving Meditation with Larson DiFiori. And on Fridays, there is Japanese Rinzai Meditation with Masaki Matsubara.


    As a Brown Faculty member, if you are interested in participating yourself, incorporating one of the practices into your syllabus, or recommending it to students to see what it’s like to develop a consistent contemplative practice, we strongly recommend – but do not require – that you sign up for the entire 10-week period this semester. If you are a Brown student, you are welcome to “shop” the first sessions during the first two weeks of May and then decide. Casual participation is also possible but not recommended. Send your decision to [email protected] with “Virtual Contemplative Mentors” in the subject line.

    More Information 
  • Jun
    13

    Because space is limited, we encourage you to reserve your seat in advance. We will accommodate as many as we can safely, but pre-registering is preferred to showing up at the last minute!

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  • Jun
    13

    Because space is limited, we encourage you to reserve your seat in advance. We will accommodate as many as we can safely, but pre-registering is preferred to showing up at the last minute!

    Learn More More Information Faith, Spirituality, Worship
  • Jun
    13

    Because space is limited, we encourage you to reserve your seat in advance. We will accommodate as many as we can safely, but pre-registering is preferred to showing up at the last minute!

    Learn More More Information Faith, Spirituality, Worship
  • The Brown University “Virtual Contemplative Mentors in Residence Program” makes tradition-based contemplative practices available to students and faculty at Brown University. Our Contemplative Mentors in Residence are all skilled practitioners in their respective traditions and also PhD-level scholars who have extensive experience teaching at institutions of higher education in Asia, North America and Europe. Our mentors will teach weekly in the noon hour Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays for 10 weeks during each term of the upcoming academic year. The Summer Sessions start the week of May 10th. On Mondays, there is Thai Samatha Meditation with Sarah Shaw. On Wednesdays, there is Chinese Qigong Moving Meditation with Larson DiFiori. And on Fridays, there is Japanese Rinzai Meditation with Masaki Matsubara.


    As a Brown Faculty member, if you are interested in participating yourself, incorporating one of the practices into your syllabus, or recommending it to students to see what it’s like to develop a consistent contemplative practice, we strongly recommend – but do not require – that you sign up for the entire 10-week period this semester. If you are a Brown student, you are welcome to “shop” the first sessions during the first two weeks of May and then decide. Casual participation is also possible but not recommended. Send your decision to [email protected] with “Virtual Contemplative Mentors” in the subject line.

    More Information 
  • The Brown University “Virtual Contemplative Mentors in Residence Program” makes tradition-based contemplative practices available to students and faculty at Brown University. Our Contemplative Mentors in Residence are all skilled practitioners in their respective traditions and also PhD-level scholars who have extensive experience teaching at institutions of higher education in Asia, North America and Europe. Our mentors will teach weekly in the noon hour Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays for 10 weeks during each term of the upcoming academic year. The Summer Sessions start the week of May 10th. On Mondays, there is Thai Samatha Meditation with Sarah Shaw. On Wednesdays, there is Chinese Qigong Moving Meditation with Larson DiFiori. And on Fridays, there is Japanese Rinzai Meditation with Masaki Matsubara.


    As a Brown Faculty member, if you are interested in participating yourself, incorporating one of the practices into your syllabus, or recommending it to students to see what it’s like to develop a consistent contemplative practice, we strongly recommend – but do not require – that you sign up for the entire 10-week period this semester. If you are a Brown student, you are welcome to “shop” the first sessions during the first two weeks of May and then decide. Casual participation is also possible but not recommended. Send your decision to [email protected] with “Virtual Contemplative Mentors” in the subject line.

    More Information 
  • Jun
    16
    12:05pm

    Quaker Meeting

    Please join us today, and every Wednesday, for meeting for worship in the manner of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers). We cannot currently meet in person, but we are gathering on Zoom. Please contact William Monroe for the link to the Zoom meeting. Meeting for worship begins and ends with silence, out of which one may speak if moved to do so. We begin about 12:05, and end about 12:45, but don’t feel constrained by the clock–come when you can. This is a weekly event, sponsored by the Office of the Chaplains and Religious Life.
    More Information Faith, Spirituality, Worship
  • Feel Good Friday Grab and Go Series, stop by the Main Green and pick up this week’s giveaway!

    Learn More More Information 
  • The Brown University “Virtual Contemplative Mentors in Residence Program” makes tradition-based contemplative practices available to students and faculty at Brown University. Our Contemplative Mentors in Residence are all skilled practitioners in their respective traditions and also PhD-level scholars who have extensive experience teaching at institutions of higher education in Asia, North America and Europe. Our mentors will teach weekly in the noon hour Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays for 10 weeks during each term of the upcoming academic year. The Summer Sessions start the week of May 10th. On Mondays, there is Thai Samatha Meditation with Sarah Shaw. On Wednesdays, there is Chinese Qigong Moving Meditation with Larson DiFiori. And on Fridays, there is Japanese Rinzai Meditation with Masaki Matsubara.


    As a Brown Faculty member, if you are interested in participating yourself, incorporating one of the practices into your syllabus, or recommending it to students to see what it’s like to develop a consistent contemplative practice, we strongly recommend – but do not require – that you sign up for the entire 10-week period this semester. If you are a Brown student, you are welcome to “shop” the first sessions during the first two weeks of May and then decide. Casual participation is also possible but not recommended. Send your decision to [email protected] with “Virtual Contemplative Mentors” in the subject line.

    More Information 
  • Jun
    20

    Because space is limited, we encourage you to reserve your seat in advance. We will accommodate as many as we can safely, but pre-registering is preferred to showing up at the last minute!

    Learn More More Information Faith, Spirituality, Worship
  • Jun
    20

    Because space is limited, we encourage you to reserve your seat in advance. We will accommodate as many as we can safely, but pre-registering is preferred to showing up at the last minute!

    Learn More More Information Faith, Spirituality, Worship
  • Jun
    20

    Because space is limited, we encourage you to reserve your seat in advance. We will accommodate as many as we can safely, but pre-registering is preferred to showing up at the last minute!

    Learn More More Information Faith, Spirituality, Worship
  • The Brown University “Virtual Contemplative Mentors in Residence Program” makes tradition-based contemplative practices available to students and faculty at Brown University. Our Contemplative Mentors in Residence are all skilled practitioners in their respective traditions and also PhD-level scholars who have extensive experience teaching at institutions of higher education in Asia, North America and Europe. Our mentors will teach weekly in the noon hour Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays for 10 weeks during each term of the upcoming academic year. The Summer Sessions start the week of May 10th. On Mondays, there is Thai Samatha Meditation with Sarah Shaw. On Wednesdays, there is Chinese Qigong Moving Meditation with Larson DiFiori. And on Fridays, there is Japanese Rinzai Meditation with Masaki Matsubara.


    As a Brown Faculty member, if you are interested in participating yourself, incorporating one of the practices into your syllabus, or recommending it to students to see what it’s like to develop a consistent contemplative practice, we strongly recommend – but do not require – that you sign up for the entire 10-week period this semester. If you are a Brown student, you are welcome to “shop” the first sessions during the first two weeks of May and then decide. Casual participation is also possible but not recommended. Send your decision to [email protected] with “Virtual Contemplative Mentors” in the subject line.

    More Information 
  • The Brown University “Virtual Contemplative Mentors in Residence Program” makes tradition-based contemplative practices available to students and faculty at Brown University. Our Contemplative Mentors in Residence are all skilled practitioners in their respective traditions and also PhD-level scholars who have extensive experience teaching at institutions of higher education in Asia, North America and Europe. Our mentors will teach weekly in the noon hour Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays for 10 weeks during each term of the upcoming academic year. The Summer Sessions start the week of May 10th. On Mondays, there is Thai Samatha Meditation with Sarah Shaw. On Wednesdays, there is Chinese Qigong Moving Meditation with Larson DiFiori. And on Fridays, there is Japanese Rinzai Meditation with Masaki Matsubara.


    As a Brown Faculty member, if you are interested in participating yourself, incorporating one of the practices into your syllabus, or recommending it to students to see what it’s like to develop a consistent contemplative practice, we strongly recommend – but do not require – that you sign up for the entire 10-week period this semester. If you are a Brown student, you are welcome to “shop” the first sessions during the first two weeks of May and then decide. Casual participation is also possible but not recommended. Send your decision to [email protected] with “Virtual Contemplative Mentors” in the subject line.

    More Information 
  • Jun
    23
    12:05pm

    Quaker Meeting

    Please join us today, and every Wednesday, for meeting for worship in the manner of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers). We cannot currently meet in person, but we are gathering on Zoom. Please contact William Monroe for the link to the Zoom meeting. Meeting for worship begins and ends with silence, out of which one may speak if moved to do so. We begin about 12:05, and end about 12:45, but don’t feel constrained by the clock–come when you can. This is a weekly event, sponsored by the Office of the Chaplains and Religious Life.
    More Information Faith, Spirituality, Worship
  • The Brown University “Virtual Contemplative Mentors in Residence Program” makes tradition-based contemplative practices available to students and faculty at Brown University. Our Contemplative Mentors in Residence are all skilled practitioners in their respective traditions and also PhD-level scholars who have extensive experience teaching at institutions of higher education in Asia, North America and Europe. Our mentors will teach weekly in the noon hour Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays for 10 weeks during each term of the upcoming academic year. The Summer Sessions start the week of May 10th. On Mondays, there is Thai Samatha Meditation with Sarah Shaw. On Wednesdays, there is Chinese Qigong Moving Meditation with Larson DiFiori. And on Fridays, there is Japanese Rinzai Meditation with Masaki Matsubara.


    As a Brown Faculty member, if you are interested in participating yourself, incorporating one of the practices into your syllabus, or recommending it to students to see what it’s like to develop a consistent contemplative practice, we strongly recommend – but do not require – that you sign up for the entire 10-week period this semester. If you are a Brown student, you are welcome to “shop” the first sessions during the first two weeks of May and then decide. Casual participation is also possible but not recommended. Send your decision to [email protected] with “Virtual Contemplative Mentors” in the subject line.

    More Information 
  • Jun
    27

    Because space is limited, we encourage you to reserve your seat in advance. We will accommodate as many as we can safely, but pre-registering is preferred to showing up at the last minute!

    Learn More More Information Faith, Spirituality, Worship
  • Jun
    27

    Because space is limited, we encourage you to reserve your seat in advance. We will accommodate as many as we can safely, but pre-registering is preferred to showing up at the last minute!

    Learn More More Information Faith, Spirituality, Worship
  • Jun
    27

    Because space is limited, we encourage you to reserve your seat in advance. We will accommodate as many as we can safely, but pre-registering is preferred to showing up at the last minute!

    Learn More More Information Faith, Spirituality, Worship
  • The Brown University “Virtual Contemplative Mentors in Residence Program” makes tradition-based contemplative practices available to students and faculty at Brown University. Our Contemplative Mentors in Residence are all skilled practitioners in their respective traditions and also PhD-level scholars who have extensive experience teaching at institutions of higher education in Asia, North America and Europe. Our mentors will teach weekly in the noon hour Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays for 10 weeks during each term of the upcoming academic year. The Summer Sessions start the week of May 10th. On Mondays, there is Thai Samatha Meditation with Sarah Shaw. On Wednesdays, there is Chinese Qigong Moving Meditation with Larson DiFiori. And on Fridays, there is Japanese Rinzai Meditation with Masaki Matsubara.


    As a Brown Faculty member, if you are interested in participating yourself, incorporating one of the practices into your syllabus, or recommending it to students to see what it’s like to develop a consistent contemplative practice, we strongly recommend – but do not require – that you sign up for the entire 10-week period this semester. If you are a Brown student, you are welcome to “shop” the first sessions during the first two weeks of May and then decide. Casual participation is also possible but not recommended. Send your decision to [email protected] with “Virtual Contemplative Mentors” in the subject line.

    More Information 
  • The Brown University “Virtual Contemplative Mentors in Residence Program” makes tradition-based contemplative practices available to students and faculty at Brown University. Our Contemplative Mentors in Residence are all skilled practitioners in their respective traditions and also PhD-level scholars who have extensive experience teaching at institutions of higher education in Asia, North America and Europe. Our mentors will teach weekly in the noon hour Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays for 10 weeks during each term of the upcoming academic year. The Summer Sessions start the week of May 10th. On Mondays, there is Thai Samatha Meditation with Sarah Shaw. On Wednesdays, there is Chinese Qigong Moving Meditation with Larson DiFiori. And on Fridays, there is Japanese Rinzai Meditation with Masaki Matsubara.


    As a Brown Faculty member, if you are interested in participating yourself, incorporating one of the practices into your syllabus, or recommending it to students to see what it’s like to develop a consistent contemplative practice, we strongly recommend – but do not require – that you sign up for the entire 10-week period this semester. If you are a Brown student, you are welcome to “shop” the first sessions during the first two weeks of May and then decide. Casual participation is also possible but not recommended. Send your decision to [email protected] with “Virtual Contemplative Mentors” in the subject line.

    More Information 
  • Jun
    30
    12:05pm

    Quaker Meeting

    Please join us today, and every Wednesday, for meeting for worship in the manner of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers). We cannot currently meet in person, but we are gathering on Zoom. Please contact William Monroe for the link to the Zoom meeting. Meeting for worship begins and ends with silence, out of which one may speak if moved to do so. We begin about 12:05, and end about 12:45, but don’t feel constrained by the clock–come when you can. This is a weekly event, sponsored by the Office of the Chaplains and Religious Life.
    More Information Faith, Spirituality, Worship
  • Feel Good Friday Grab and Go Series, stop by the Main Green and pick up this week’s giveaway!

    Learn More More Information 
  • The Brown University “Virtual Contemplative Mentors in Residence Program” makes tradition-based contemplative practices available to students and faculty at Brown University. Our Contemplative Mentors in Residence are all skilled practitioners in their respective traditions and also PhD-level scholars who have extensive experience teaching at institutions of higher education in Asia, North America and Europe. Our mentors will teach weekly in the noon hour Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays for 10 weeks during each term of the upcoming academic year. The Summer Sessions start the week of May 10th. On Mondays, there is Thai Samatha Meditation with Sarah Shaw. On Wednesdays, there is Chinese Qigong Moving Meditation with Larson DiFiori. And on Fridays, there is Japanese Rinzai Meditation with Masaki Matsubara.


    As a Brown Faculty member, if you are interested in participating yourself, incorporating one of the practices into your syllabus, or recommending it to students to see what it’s like to develop a consistent contemplative practice, we strongly recommend – but do not require – that you sign up for the entire 10-week period this semester. If you are a Brown student, you are welcome to “shop” the first sessions during the first two weeks of May and then decide. Casual participation is also possible but not recommended. Send your decision to [email protected] with “Virtual Contemplative Mentors” in the subject line.

    More Information 
  • Jul
    4

    Because space is limited, we encourage you to reserve your seat in advance. We will accommodate as many as we can safely, but pre-registering is preferred to showing up at the last minute!

    Learn More More Information Faith, Spirituality, Worship
  • Jul
    4

    Because space is limited, we encourage you to reserve your seat in advance. We will accommodate as many as we can safely, but pre-registering is preferred to showing up at the last minute!

    Learn More More Information Faith, Spirituality, Worship
  • Jul
    4

    Because space is limited, we encourage you to reserve your seat in advance. We will accommodate as many as we can safely, but pre-registering is preferred to showing up at the last minute!

    Learn More More Information Faith, Spirituality, Worship
  • The Brown University “Virtual Contemplative Mentors in Residence Program” makes tradition-based contemplative practices available to students and faculty at Brown University. Our Contemplative Mentors in Residence are all skilled practitioners in their respective traditions and also PhD-level scholars who have extensive experience teaching at institutions of higher education in Asia, North America and Europe. Our mentors will teach weekly in the noon hour Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays for 10 weeks during each term of the upcoming academic year. The Summer Sessions start the week of May 10th. On Mondays, there is Thai Samatha Meditation with Sarah Shaw. On Wednesdays, there is Chinese Qigong Moving Meditation with Larson DiFiori. And on Fridays, there is Japanese Rinzai Meditation with Masaki Matsubara.


    As a Brown Faculty member, if you are interested in participating yourself, incorporating one of the practices into your syllabus, or recommending it to students to see what it’s like to develop a consistent contemplative practice, we strongly recommend – but do not require – that you sign up for the entire 10-week period this semester. If you are a Brown student, you are welcome to “shop” the first sessions during the first two weeks of May and then decide. Casual participation is also possible but not recommended. Send your decision to [email protected] with “Virtual Contemplative Mentors” in the subject line.

    More Information 
  • The Brown University “Virtual Contemplative Mentors in Residence Program” makes tradition-based contemplative practices available to students and faculty at Brown University. Our Contemplative Mentors in Residence are all skilled practitioners in their respective traditions and also PhD-level scholars who have extensive experience teaching at institutions of higher education in Asia, North America and Europe. Our mentors will teach weekly in the noon hour Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays for 10 weeks during each term of the upcoming academic year. The Summer Sessions start the week of May 10th. On Mondays, there is Thai Samatha Meditation with Sarah Shaw. On Wednesdays, there is Chinese Qigong Moving Meditation with Larson DiFiori. And on Fridays, there is Japanese Rinzai Meditation with Masaki Matsubara.


    As a Brown Faculty member, if you are interested in participating yourself, incorporating one of the practices into your syllabus, or recommending it to students to see what it’s like to develop a consistent contemplative practice, we strongly recommend – but do not require – that you sign up for the entire 10-week period this semester. If you are a Brown student, you are welcome to “shop” the first sessions during the first two weeks of May and then decide. Casual participation is also possible but not recommended. Send your decision to [email protected] with “Virtual Contemplative Mentors” in the subject line.

    More Information 
  • Jul
    7
    12:05pm

    Quaker Meeting

    Please join us today, and every Wednesday, for meeting for worship in the manner of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers). We cannot currently meet in person, but we are gathering on Zoom. Please contact William Monroe for the link to the Zoom meeting. Meeting for worship begins and ends with silence, out of which one may speak if moved to do so. We begin about 12:05, and end about 12:45, but don’t feel constrained by the clock–come when you can. This is a weekly event, sponsored by the Office of the Chaplains and Religious Life.
    More Information Faith, Spirituality, Worship
  • The Brown University “Virtual Contemplative Mentors in Residence Program” makes tradition-based contemplative practices available to students and faculty at Brown University. Our Contemplative Mentors in Residence are all skilled practitioners in their respective traditions and also PhD-level scholars who have extensive experience teaching at institutions of higher education in Asia, North America and Europe. Our mentors will teach weekly in the noon hour Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays for 10 weeks during each term of the upcoming academic year. The Summer Sessions start the week of May 10th. On Mondays, there is Thai Samatha Meditation with Sarah Shaw. On Wednesdays, there is Chinese Qigong Moving Meditation with Larson DiFiori. And on Fridays, there is Japanese Rinzai Meditation with Masaki Matsubara.


    As a Brown Faculty member, if you are interested in participating yourself, incorporating one of the practices into your syllabus, or recommending it to students to see what it’s like to develop a consistent contemplative practice, we strongly recommend – but do not require – that you sign up for the entire 10-week period this semester. If you are a Brown student, you are welcome to “shop” the first sessions during the first two weeks of May and then decide. Casual participation is also possible but not recommended. Send your decision to [email protected] with “Virtual Contemplative Mentors” in the subject line.

    More Information 
  • Jul
    11

    Because space is limited, we encourage you to reserve your seat in advance. We will accommodate as many as we can safely, but pre-registering is preferred to showing up at the last minute!

    Learn More More Information Faith, Spirituality, Worship
  • Jul
    11

    Because space is limited, we encourage you to reserve your seat in advance. We will accommodate as many as we can safely, but pre-registering is preferred to showing up at the last minute!

    Learn More More Information Faith, Spirituality, Worship
  • Jul
    11

    Because space is limited, we encourage you to reserve your seat in advance. We will accommodate as many as we can safely, but pre-registering is preferred to showing up at the last minute!

    Learn More More Information Faith, Spirituality, Worship
  • The Brown University “Virtual Contemplative Mentors in Residence Program” makes tradition-based contemplative practices available to students and faculty at Brown University. Our Contemplative Mentors in Residence are all skilled practitioners in their respective traditions and also PhD-level scholars who have extensive experience teaching at institutions of higher education in Asia, North America and Europe. Our mentors will teach weekly in the noon hour Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays for 10 weeks during each term of the upcoming academic year. The Summer Sessions start the week of May 10th. On Mondays, there is Thai Samatha Meditation with Sarah Shaw. On Wednesdays, there is Chinese Qigong Moving Meditation with Larson DiFiori. And on Fridays, there is Japanese Rinzai Meditation with Masaki Matsubara.


    As a Brown Faculty member, if you are interested in participating yourself, incorporating one of the practices into your syllabus, or recommending it to students to see what it’s like to develop a consistent contemplative practice, we strongly recommend – but do not require – that you sign up for the entire 10-week period this semester. If you are a Brown student, you are welcome to “shop” the first sessions during the first two weeks of May and then decide. Casual participation is also possible but not recommended. Send your decision to [email protected] with “Virtual Contemplative Mentors” in the subject line.

    More Information 
  • The Brown University “Virtual Contemplative Mentors in Residence Program” makes tradition-based contemplative practices available to students and faculty at Brown University. Our Contemplative Mentors in Residence are all skilled practitioners in their respective traditions and also PhD-level scholars who have extensive experience teaching at institutions of higher education in Asia, North America and Europe. Our mentors will teach weekly in the noon hour Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays for 10 weeks during each term of the upcoming academic year. The Summer Sessions start the week of May 10th. On Mondays, there is Thai Samatha Meditation with Sarah Shaw. On Wednesdays, there is Chinese Qigong Moving Meditation with Larson DiFiori. And on Fridays, there is Japanese Rinzai Meditation with Masaki Matsubara.


    As a Brown Faculty member, if you are interested in participating yourself, incorporating one of the practices into your syllabus, or recommending it to students to see what it’s like to develop a consistent contemplative practice, we strongly recommend – but do not require – that you sign up for the entire 10-week period this semester. If you are a Brown student, you are welcome to “shop” the first sessions during the first two weeks of May and then decide. Casual participation is also possible but not recommended. Send your decision to [email protected] with “Virtual Contemplative Mentors” in the subject line.

    More Information 
  • Jul
    14
    12:05pm

    Quaker Meeting

    Please join us today, and every Wednesday, for meeting for worship in the manner of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers). We cannot currently meet in person, but we are gathering on Zoom. Please contact William Monroe for the link to the Zoom meeting. Meeting for worship begins and ends with silence, out of which one may speak if moved to do so. We begin about 12:05, and end about 12:45, but don’t feel constrained by the clock–come when you can. This is a weekly event, sponsored by the Office of the Chaplains and Religious Life.
    More Information Faith, Spirituality, Worship
  • Feel Good Friday Grab and Go Series, stop by the Main Green and pick up this week’s giveaway!

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  • The Brown University “Virtual Contemplative Mentors in Residence Program” makes tradition-based contemplative practices available to students and faculty at Brown University. Our Contemplative Mentors in Residence are all skilled practitioners in their respective traditions and also PhD-level scholars who have extensive experience teaching at institutions of higher education in Asia, North America and Europe. Our mentors will teach weekly in the noon hour Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays for 10 weeks during each term of the upcoming academic year. The Summer Sessions start the week of May 10th. On Mondays, there is Thai Samatha Meditation with Sarah Shaw. On Wednesdays, there is Chinese Qigong Moving Meditation with Larson DiFiori. And on Fridays, there is Japanese Rinzai Meditation with Masaki Matsubara.


    As a Brown Faculty member, if you are interested in participating yourself, incorporating one of the practices into your syllabus, or recommending it to students to see what it’s like to develop a consistent contemplative practice, we strongly recommend – but do not require – that you sign up for the entire 10-week period this semester. If you are a Brown student, you are welcome to “shop” the first sessions during the first two weeks of May and then decide. Casual participation is also possible but not recommended. Send your decision to [email protected] with “Virtual Contemplative Mentors” in the subject line.

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  • Jul
    18

    Because space is limited, we encourage you to reserve your seat in advance. We will accommodate as many as we can safely, but pre-registering is preferred to showing up at the last minute!

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  • Jul
    18

    Because space is limited, we encourage you to reserve your seat in advance. We will accommodate as many as we can safely, but pre-registering is preferred to showing up at the last minute!

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  • Jul
    18

    Because space is limited, we encourage you to reserve your seat in advance. We will accommodate as many as we can safely, but pre-registering is preferred to showing up at the last minute!

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  • Jul
    21
    12:05pm

    Quaker Meeting

    Please join us today, and every Wednesday, for meeting for worship in the manner of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers). We cannot currently meet in person, but we are gathering on Zoom. Please contact William Monroe for the link to the Zoom meeting. Meeting for worship begins and ends with silence, out of which one may speak if moved to do so. We begin about 12:05, and end about 12:45, but don’t feel constrained by the clock–come when you can. This is a weekly event, sponsored by the Office of the Chaplains and Religious Life.
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  • Jul
    25

    Because space is limited, we encourage you to reserve your seat in advance. We will accommodate as many as we can safely, but pre-registering is preferred to showing up at the last minute!

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  • Jul
    25

    Because space is limited, we encourage you to reserve your seat in advance. We will accommodate as many as we can safely, but pre-registering is preferred to showing up at the last minute!

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  • Jul
    25

    Because space is limited, we encourage you to reserve your seat in advance. We will accommodate as many as we can safely, but pre-registering is preferred to showing up at the last minute!

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  • Jul
    28
    12:05pm

    Quaker Meeting

    Please join us today, and every Wednesday, for meeting for worship in the manner of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers). We cannot currently meet in person, but we are gathering on Zoom. Please contact William Monroe for the link to the Zoom meeting. Meeting for worship begins and ends with silence, out of which one may speak if moved to do so. We begin about 12:05, and end about 12:45, but don’t feel constrained by the clock–come when you can. This is a weekly event, sponsored by the Office of the Chaplains and Religious Life.
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  • Feel Good Friday Grab and Go Series, stop by the Main Green and pick up this week’s giveaway!

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