Koru Mindfulness Teacher
Michael Kimball Certified (Legacy)
Michael Kimball is a Professor of Anthropology at the University of Northern Colorado (“the other UNC!”), Certified Koru Mindfulness teacher, co-founder and inaugural director of UNC’s emergent Center for Applied Contemplative Studies, former director of UNC’s Center for Honors, Scholars & Leadership, and recipient of the Maine Campus Compact’s 2006 Donald Harward Faculty Award for Service-Learning Excellence and UNC’s 2017 Engaged Scholar and 2020 Provost Engaged Teaching Awards. In addition to teaching mindfulness via workshops and credit and noncredit classes, his work includes community engaged and contemplative anthropology. He authored the recent textbook, Ethnowise: Embracing Culture Shock to Build Resilience, Responsiveness & Connection (2017, Kendall Hunt Publishing).
To book a conversation, please visit: https://mjkimball.youcanbook.me/
Koru Teacher since March 10th, 2016