Project Humanities receives National Award in D.C.
"iMeditate" - Massive Meditation
Riva Yares Arts and Humanities Award
Top 10 Questions Humanities will Answer this Year
Distinguished Visiting Scholar: Kathrine Skretting
Fall 2013 Kickoff
“The ‘Why do we fear what we do not know or understand?’ video you did with Steve Neuberg (Professor of Psychology) is really good. … I think this is a great approach to Project Humanities. Great piece of work. I am wondering if we can figure out a question like this that we could do around religion.” - Carolyn Forbes, Assistant Director, ASU Center for the Study of Religion and Conflict
I have never experienced silence. In a room with no windows, white walls, one exit, and only me. There is a hmmmmm of movement singing. Silence? I am not sure exists. For even when I am sit still I hear my heart beating and my blood scraping the sides of my veins. And thinking? To think about not thinking is still thinking. One-point meditation. Silence. Does it exist? Thank you Project Humanities for... well… Thank you. - Rashaad T.
It is my pleasure to know this group. Neal and Ernesto are the conduit for compassionate humanity and I am now, happily, part of their tribe. Metta (compassionate love), Shanti (peace to all), Namaste ( I recognize your divine spark)." - Susan H.