Mindfulness at USC


USC students, faculty and staff, participate in Mindful USC's Meditation in Alumni Park, Friday, November 21, 2014, in Los Angeles, California. (USC Photo/ Gus Ruelas)

(USC Photo/ Gus Ruelas)

USC’s campus-wide initiative offering free courses for students and staff to learn mindfulness practice.

Buddhist Meditation

Advisor:  Mark Miller

Meets weekly on Fridays at 2pm via Zoom for study and practice of a variety of Buddhist meditation disciplines. For more information, email Mark.

The Contemplative Pedagogy Initiative is part of Mindful.USC.edu, a campus-wide program promoting and teaching mindfulness practice.  Contemplative Pedagogy is a worldwide movement to incorporate meditative, reflective, and contemplative methods in teaching and learning.  At USC, faculty, adjuncts, and other teachers in all disciplines gather four times a year to share best practices and learn from experts.  To get on the list to be invited to these events, contact Rev. Jim Burklo, Senior Associate Dean of Religious Life.