Archive for CMMI Fellows
Special webinar showcasing Fellows’ projects
We will be holding a special webinar on Friday, March 18, 1-3:30 pm (US EDT), featuring projects created by the 2021-22 Fellows of the CMM Institute. This will be open to all members of the CMM community. Please register for the event on http://evite.me/F5TS1rePFq
Congratulations to our 2021 Fellows
We have offered a total of 13 Fellowships for 2021: four CMMi Fellowships, five AC4/CMMi Graduate Fellowships and four special UK CMMi Fellowships to mark our joint conference on Making Better Social Worlds for the 21st Century
Congratulations to our 2020 CMMi fellows
Our theme of “going beyond polarized narratives” attracted a number of timely proposals this year. It was hard to choose from such an exciting array and, in the end, we selected 11 new CMMi Fellows for 2020.
Global social witnessing and shifting social fields
Lukas Herrmann, CMMI Fellow 2018
Lukas is an action researcher and PhD Student with Witten/Herdecke University, Germany. His research focuses on uncovering cultural trauma patterns and facilitating generative social fields through embodied systems sensing practices. Here he introduces the ideas he explored with us at the last Learning Exchange.
Global Social Witnessing Lab 2020
Mark your calendars to attend a Global Social Witnessing Lab from March 30-April 3, 2020 at Witten/Herdecke University in Germany. The GSW-Lab 2020 is being organized by the Institute for Global Integral Competence and CMM Institute for Personal & Social Evolution in cooperation with Witten/Herdecke University.
Walking the talk:
Co-creating a Learning Exchange in times of polarization
Adrian Wagner was one of our two CMMI Fellows who presented at the recent Learning Exchange. He reflects on his experience at the Learning Exchange, interweaving his reflections with the topic of his talk on “Collective Trauma Integration in the Light of the current US Crisis: Establishing Global Action Networks of Meaning-Making.
Meet the new CMMI Fellows for 2018
We are delighted to announce the appointment of two CMMI Fellows for 2018: Adrian Wagner and Lukas Herrmann.
Improv, democracy & CMM: Don Waisanen, 2017 CMMI Fellow
The connections between CMM and improvisation run deep, and a major part of Don Waisanen’s fellowship experience has involved discovering the host of links between improv and concepts such as co-construction, holding spaces, strange loops, liminality, emergence, mindfulness, and logical force. Here, Don gives us an overview his project and what he achieved at the Learning Exchange in London.
Grief work, continuing bonds and co-creating new stories: Tracey Johnston & Peter Robinsons, 2017 CMMI Fellows
Grief work, continuing bonds and co-creating new stories
Tracey Johnston and Peter Robinson describe how they used the LUUUUTT model to develop an innovative approach to grief work. The LUUUUTT model guided them in co-creating new stories and understandings with bereaved persons about their loved ones that helped in re-connecting identities (personal, social and cultural) as resources for living.