In an abundance of caution, this event has been canceled due to coronavirus concerns.
Please join us for the 2020 Ronald E. Moore Humanities Symposium on the question "What Is Well-being?"
It probably comes as no surprise that we are facing an "anxiety epidemic" on a global scale and feelings of social isolation are on the rise, particularly in the United States. The past twenty years have brought a surge of interest in the question of what it is to be well, to live well, and to flourish. TCU is taking the lead on well-being by bringing a number of highly-respected scientists, scholars, and contemplative practitioners to campus for a rich, cross-disciplinary discussion of how we can live happier healthier lives.
Dr. Richard J. Davidson, Founder and Director of the Center for Healthy Minds at the University of Wisconsin–Madison will deliver the keynote address, "Well-being Is a Skill."
All events are free and open to everyone! Please save your spot for Dr. Davidson's talk here.
No registration needed for other events, and there will be TCU card readers for those seeking credit for attendance.