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"Improvisation, Creativity, and Consciousness" by Ed Sarath

2010 April 08

Professor Ed Sarath describes the founding of the University of Michigan's program in Jazz and Contemplative Studies, one of the first degree programs to integrate a significant contemplative studies component with conventional coursework in psychology, philosophy, religion, and socio-cultural studies.

"A Personal Journey" by Alfred W. Kaszniak

2010 April 01

Our lives have many facets, reflecting our professional identity, our spiritual beliefs, our roles in our families, our personal hobbies and interests, and so on. How do we choose to blend or merge these often diverse aspects? Psychology professor and researcher Al Kaszniak shares his own story.

 

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