The Chillon Project Provides Compassion and Higher Education to Those Impacted by Georgia’s Prison System
Did you know Life U’s Compassionate Integrity Training was Recommended for all University Students in India?
A self-directed learning (SDL) version of Compassionate Integrity Training (CIT), developed by the Life University (Life U) Center for Compassion, Integrity and Secular Ethics (CCISE), has been recommended for all university students in India by its Ministry of Education, according to CCISE Associate Director Dr. Michael Karlin.
Enroll in Virtual Lesson in SEL from Life U and UNESCO MGIEP
Registration for the “Calming Body and Mind” virtual lesson from CIT opened August 12, the United Nation’s International Day of Youth, and the lesson launches September 21, 2020 (International Day of Peace and the 75th anniversary of the United Nations) as we aim to build the world’s largest course in SEL.
Dr. Shawn Cradit, Associate Professor in the Sport Health Science & Athletic Training programs at Life University (LIFE), interviewed with several schools before coming to work at LIFE in March 2019 because she felt at home. “The campus really stuck out to me. It wasn’t so big that you felt like you were going to get lost. When I got home, and I was talking to my boyfriend and my sisters, I just kept coming back to how the campus was intimate.”
LIFE UNIVERSITY OFFERS COMPASSIONATE INTEGRITY TRAINING PROGRAM FOR EDUCATORS WORLDWIDE
Marietta, Georgia, April 27, 2020 – The Life University (LIFE) Center for Compassion, Integrity and Secular Ethics (CCISE) and Charter for Compassion are offering educators around the world a training program tailored to educators’ unique role in society.
CCISE Article Featured in Blue Dot Magazine
The Mahatma Gandhi Institute of Education for Peace and Sustainable Development (MGIEP) has released their 11th edition of their Blue Dot magazine, which features an article co-authored by Associate Director for the Center for Compassion, Integrity and Secular Ethics (CCISE) and Associate Professor at Life…
LIFE UNIVERSITY HONORS LATEST GRADUATES FROM HIGHER EDUCATION PROGRAM AT GEORGIA PRISON
Marietta, Georgia, February 14, 2020 – Life University (LIFE) conferred degrees upon 15 graduates at Lee Arrendale State Prison on Thursday, February 13, 2020. The students have earned their Associate of Arts degree in Positive Human Development and Social Change as part of the Chillon Project, an initiative of LIFE’s Center for Compassion, Integrity and Secular Ethics (CCISE).
Avital “Tali” Abraham works as the Research and Program Coordinator for Life University’s Center for Compassion, Integrity and Secular Ethics (CCISE). Abraham coordinates all of the programs at the Center, but she also conducts research projects as well, such as the one that is taking place at Lee Arrendale State Prison for Women (LIFE’s Chillon Project).