Writing

  • our-ellipses October 10, 2015

    Join Me Online at the Parliament

    This coming week (October 12-19, 2015) I will attend the Inaugural Women’s Assembly and Program Initiative for Global Advancement, five days of dedicated programming at the Parliament of the World’s Religions – and I welcome your engagement with me as I learn from and with the many attendees from around the globe who will gather to explore the challenge of […]

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  • our-ellipses October 2, 2015

    World Ballet Day Live 2015

    What a joy today to join with Балетоманы (balletomanes – ballet enthusiasts) around the world for 23 hours of live streaming ballet rehearsals, performances and interviews. In its second year of offering, World Ballet Day showcased five international companies – The Australian Ballet, Bolshoi Ballet, The Royal Ballet, The National Ballet of Canada and San Francisco […]

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  • our-ellipses June 1, 2015

    Welcome to the New Our Ellipses

    Our Ellipses began in 2006 with the purpose of connecting the inspirational experiences I was privileged to learn from and grow with in a variety of fields from art and writing to community development and organizational design.

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  • our-ellipses April 30, 2015

    Celebrating National Poetry Month

    National Poetry Month is recognized in the U.S. (since 1996) and Canada (since 1998) during the month of April. This year the Academy of American Poets invites the month-long celebrations to culminate in a New York City tradition known as “poem in your pocket” day – a way of taking poetry to the streets.

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  • our-ellipses January 30, 2015

    Our Powerful Questions – Ongoing Research

    I have been impressed and invigorated by the emerging research conducted through Interfaith Youth Core (IFYC) and their Campus Religious & Spiritual Climate Survey (CRSCS). The survey, administered annually, measures the environment of a single campus, focusing on student experiences and the ways they perceive acceptance, inclusivity, or coercion on campus with particular attention to differences in worldview.

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  • our-ellipses November 2, 2014

    Monarchs & Marigolds

    In recent years, colleges across the country have to come value the role learning communities may play in students’ education. Learning communities work across disciplines and across different courses to allow for dialogue and connections to be made that might not happen in the more narrow confines of one classroom alone.

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