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Mindfulness and Compassion: The Art and Science of Contemplative Practice
June 3-7, 2015 at San Francisco State University
How can contemplative practices and scientific research efforts best inform each other for a greater common good? Internationally recognized scholars and contemplatives will explore this issue in what promises to be a thought provoking multi-disciplinary dialogue. Featured speakers include Dr. Josephine Briggs (Director NIH NCCAM), Robert Thurman (Columbia), Venerable Ajahn Amaro (Amaravati Buddhist Monastery), Matthieu Ricard (Shechen Monastery), David Vago (Harvard Medical School), Willoughby Britton (Brown), Geoffrey Samuel (University of Sydney), Cliff Saron (UC, Davis), Eijun Linda Cutts (San Francisco Zen Center), Gregory Kramer (Insight Dialogue), David Brazier (Amida Trust) and many more. We invite you to participate. 
Abstracts Due: January 5, 2015 
Early-Bird Registration: February 15, 2015
Conference Information:
Ron Purser 
Professor of Management, College of Business, San Francisco State University

Mindfulness and Compassion: The Art and Science of Contemplative Practice conference, June 3-7, 2015

慧性,Dharma Instructor, Korean Zen Buddhist Taego Order 

Editorial BoardMindfulness

Board of Directors, Consciousness, Mindfulness & Compassion (CMC) International Association                                                            

Board of Directors, Center for Creative Inquiry  

President, Timeless Wisdom