Are you working on a campus with a labyrinth and wondering how to develop or to expand your work with it? Are you looking at what Veriditas founder Lauren Artress calls a “lonely labyrinth” on your campus? Or perhaps you have had some personal experience with the labyrinth and are wondering how you might bring it into your college or university work.
If so, then consider joining us for a Veriditas web-conversation about the uses of the labyrinth in higher education. Our panelists are from several institutions of higher education in the U.S. and represent a spectrum of interests, from academic to ritual. We invite you to join us as we begin an on-going look at this interesting and important work as well as how we might share information and resources.
Marie-Therese Champagne, email@example.com, University of Western Florida, Associate Professor of History
Jon Powers, firstname.lastname@example.org, Ohio Wesleyan University, University Chaplain
Mark Orten, email@example.com, Middlebury College, Dean/Director, Charles P. Scott Center for Spiritual & Religious Life
Diane C. Rudebock, firstname.lastname@example.org, University of Central Oklahoma, Professor Emerita, Department of Kinesiology & Health Studies
Irene Plunkett, email@example.com, retired from 35 year career in higher education , and Coordinator of Veriditas Higher Education Initiative
*Photo is of Woodbrooke Lawn Labyrinth (Center for Research in Quaker Studies, UK) https://www.woodbrooke.org.uk/learn/postgraduate-study/