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Spotlight Series: Psychedelic Studies Minor

Spotlight series logoThis virtual Spotlight event features Dr. Sara Lewis, Director of Training and Research for Naropa’s Center for Psychedelic Studies. In this session, Dr. Lewis will present on the new minor in psychedelic studies for undergraduates. The minor will be available starting in Fall 2024 and is open to students pursuing either a residential or online BA at Naropa. Admissions to Naropa’s BA program are rolling so there is still time to apply if you are interested in the new psychedelic studies minor. This session also welcomes current Naropa students interested in learning more about the minor. Dr. Lewis will discuss how psychedelic studies is a reflection of Naropa’s mission to provide contemplative education with an anti-oppressive and healing justice lens, and how the minor serves as a starting place for students wanting to embark on a career path in this emerging field.

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Upcoming Events:
  • May 6, 2024 @ 12:30 pm




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