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CMM Learning Exchange 2017: Reflection from AC4 Fellow, Laura Peters

CMM Learning Exchange 2017: Reflection from AC4 Fellow, Laura Peters Attending the Learning Exchange (LE) was a completely wonderful and somewhat unexpected experience. As a PhD student, I attend a variety of academic conferences and workshops and present my research and work frequently. However, the environment at the LE was wholly unique from other experiences I have had. ... Read More

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Meet the 2017 AC4-CMMI Graduate Fellows

Meet the 2017 AC4-CMMI Graduate Fellows Laura Peters conducts research on post-conflict transformations in Nepal, Julianne Parayo focuses on choral music and political reflections in the Philippines, and Tahleen Wright looks at bridging barriers between interpreter, patient, and physician at end-of-life. ... Read More

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CMM Learning Exchange 2016: Reflection from AC4 Fellow, Aleksandra Kasymova

CMM Learning Exchange 2016: Reflection from AC4 Fellow, Aleksandra Kasymova When I received the congratulations letter from AC4 about my fellowship to participate in the CMM Learning Exchange, my academic advisor, the reference for my application, told me: “Kudos to you! Now you are a real CMMer!” At that moment I was not sure that I knew who exactly a real CMMer was but I was very curious and excited about Learning Exchange experience. ... Read More

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Interview from the 2015 CMM Learning Exchange

Interview from the 2015 CMM Learning Exchange The 2015 Coordinated Management of Meaning (CMM) Learning Exchange, also known as the FUGIC Forum, took place in Munich, Germany, from September 17-20. Hosts of the Learning Exchange were the CMM Institute and the Institute for Global Integral Competence. This interview was conducted by AC4’s Meredith Smith and Venera Kusari. ... Read More

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