TLS Annual Gathering

All Day Friday Event - Labyrinths in Higher Education

Friday, October 20th
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
(separate registration required)

Exploring the Labyrinth: Paths and Possibilities in Higher Education

This day-long pre-conference event will provide an overview of the multitude of ways labyrinths are currently being used on college. university and seminary campuses. We’ll explore how the labyrinth has been used as a teaching and learning resource across a diversity of academic disciplines; ways it has been incorporated into the fabric of campus life, involving and engaging faculty, staff, and students and the wider community; and some the current and emerging trends in research. There be ample time for dialogue between in- person participants and presenters as well as those who may be joining via life-stream as we explore together new, innovative new possibilities for the labyrinth on campuses worldwide.  Led by a team of seasoned facilitators/ labyrinth educators and researchers, Dr. Jan Sellers, Rev. Dr. Kathryn McLean, Dr. Katja Marquart, and Frank Faine, this workshop will offer participants a rich opportunity to learn, gather new ideas, and connect with others interested in using and sharing labyrinths on college and university campuses world-wide.