Events - 2015
September 21, 2015: Creating a Happier World: An Afternoon with the Dalai Lama and Friends
September 8, 2015: The Science of Meditation, Madison, WI
CIHM Founder Richard Davidson presents the latest research findings on meditation with Tergar Madison. Along with his presentation, there will be a short guided meditation and Q&A.
June 16: Enter the Conversation: An Exploration of Altruism
May 12, 2015: Change Your Brain by Transforming your Mind
May 7-8, 2015: International Forum on Consciousness
CIHM is a Contributor for the event, "Conscious Evolution: The Awakening," coordinated by Promega Corporation and the BTC Institute. The Forum promises a lively two days of information-sharing and discussion regarding important - and often challenging - topics related to the exploration of consciousness. Representative of diverse disciplines will share their life experiences and perspectives.
April 27, 2015: The Heart, the Brain and Society: Buddhist and Scientific Perspectives on the Cultivation of Well-Being
The Center and Tergar Meditation Community are co-organizing a public panel discussion on well-being with the 17th Karmapa, Richard Davidson, Sona Dimidjian and Daniel Goleman.
April 24, 2015:NAMI Wisconsin Annual Conference
February 9, 2015: Change Your Brain by Transforming Your Mind: Neuroscientific Studies of Meditation
Second Annual Symposium For Mindfulness and Society: Common Reading
February 05-08, 2015: Zen Brain - Santa Fe, NM
January 29, 2015:THRIVE Connections Luncheon, Madison, WI
This January, BRAVA Magazine will host Dr. Davidson in their 2015 THRIVE connections luncheon kickoff. He will share how using mental training to cultivate well-being can have a positive impact on happiness, creativity and productivity in the work place and at home. Click here for more details and to purchase tickets.
January 23, 2015: World Economic Forum, Davos, Switzerland
CIHM Founder Richard Davidson has taken the Center on the road to Davos, Switzerland during his visit to the World Economic Forum, an international institution committed to improving the state of the world through public-private cooperation. Watch the video featuring a panel Davidson participated in alongside NPR's Joe Palca and National Institute of Mental Health Director Thomas Insel.