You may have noticed a number of offerings at MIIS oriented toward mindful awareness, wellbeing, embodiment, authentic connection, and integrating self and work. These have emerged organically at the collaborative initiative of students, faculty, and staff.
One outgrowth is the Mindfulness@MIIS Working Group. We want to hear what, if anything, these offerings have meant to you, what you've found most valuable, and if there are other kinds of offerings you desire at MIIS.
Thanks for taking a few moments to respond below.
(And if you’d like to be a part of the Working Group, just email Julie Johnson at
Have you participated in any mindfulness-related activities at MIIS? Check all that apply:
Mindfulness Working Group
TILM Survival Games
OGT Garden (whether you have a plot or just enjoy being in the space)
No, I haven't participated in any of these activities at MIIS
If no, are there any particular reasons why?
If yes, what motivated you to participate?
If yes, what did/do you find valuable about the experience?
Have you taken any mindfulness-oriented courses at MIIS? Check all that apply:
Increasing Your Emotional Intelligence Through Mindfulness with Lynn Oschmann: (for staff and faculty)
Intention to Execution with Lynn Oschmann: (for staff and faculty)
Mindfulness for Interpreters with Julie Johnson & Marianne Rowe (for students)
Communicating in a Changing World with Nukhet Kardam & Andrea Olsen (for students)
Working with Self, Others and Institutions with Michel Gueldry (for students)
Professional Development for Educators with Peter Shaw (for students)
Mindful Self-Awareness for Balance & Success with Katie Dutcher (for students)
Other (please describe below)
No, I haven't taken any such courses
If no, are there any particular reasons why not?
If yes, what did you find valuable about the experience?
If you have participated in any mindfulness-oriented activities or courses, was there anything that could be improved upon?
Are there other kinds of offerings in which you would participate if offered at MIIS?
Any additional thoughts or comments?
To hear about mindfulness opportunities at MIIS, what is your preferred method of communication?
Emails from Mindfulness@MIIS
“This Week at MIIS” email newsletter
Mindfulness@MIIS website (link on next page)
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