This course aims to directly assist you in finding the answers to these questions for yourself. It will help you to build a sustainable base for flourishing during your undergraduate years and beyond in your personal, civic, and professional life.
In January 2017, the College of Arts and Sciences and Contemplative Sciences Center at U.Va. will partner with Kohala Institute to offer an opportunity to study a unique environment and culture from two very different disciplinary perspectives - Environmental Sciences and Religious Studies - with a strong strand of self-understanding exploration.
This program invites students to participate in the unique cultural and mountainous environment of Thimphu, Bhutan.
This class is a unique program in Conscious Social Change; a partnership between Global Grassroots, the College of Arts and Sciences, the Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy, and the Contemplative Sciences Center.