July 1, 2022

2022 POS Research Conference

Experiential POS Practices to Carry Us Forward

Experiential Exercise to Combat Burnout:
Tiffany Johnson, Georgia Institute of Technology

In Memoriam:
Olivia (Mandy) O’Neill, George Mason University

Exercises in the [not very] Plane Geometry of Translating Theory for [some] Practitioners:
Jean Bartunek, Boston College

Reigniting Joy in our Practice by Embracing a Design Mindset:
Monica Worline, University of Michigan and Betsy Erwin, University of Michigan

The Power and Possibilities in Creating a Landscape of Connection:
Jane Dutton, University of Michigan

Brianna Caza, University of North Carolina at Greensboro

About the Session:
Our students, colleagues, and others that we encounter in our daily lives are longing for empathy, compassion, and space to be vulnerable. Ongoing crises in the world elevate the need for us to translate POS research into practice. It is possible for POS to inform how we show up in our teaching, service, and outreach work. To that end, we invited several scholar-practitioners to enlighten us on ways to bring POS to practice in our teaching, communities, and work. This experiential session will incorporate movement, exercises, and meditative spaces so that POS can carry us forward into our future.

Learn more about the conference.

June 24, 2022