Chavez Presents on Tamalpa Life/Art Process to Teach Public Health

Monday, October 15, 2018

"Associate Professor of Health Education Vivian Chavez presented at the 10thAnnual Association for Contemplative Mind in Higher Education Conference, Imagining Humane Institutions: Connection, Social Action, and Scholarship Rooted in Contemplative Practices. The meeting was held October 5-7 at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst. Chavez’s workshop was titled, “Tamalpa Life/Art Process to Teach Public Health at San Francisco State University.” Learning outcomes were (1) to discuss movement-based expressive arts to teach health to multicultural, multilingual, digital students; and (2) to identify the Tamalpa Life/Art Process as a tool to address issues of access, including geographic, cultural and national boundaries."

Feature From: SF State's CHSS Connection Newsletter, October 2018