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Undergraduate Capstone Presentations

As we complete our academic year and launch another group of graduates join us to witness the SP 24 Student Capstone Presentations. At this busy time if you cannot join us for the entire presentation consider taking 15-30 minutes and pop in for presentations of students/peers in your departments or with whom you have shared significant times. Hope to see you!

In person: Performing Arts Center 3:00–6:30 PM

  • 3:15–3:30 PM Zachary Horvitz “The Hip-Hop of the Spheres: On Poetry, Performance & Rhyme”
  • 3:30–3:50 PM Yeimi Falco “Decolonizing Somatics & Ancestral Healing”
  • 3:50–4:10 PM Cyan Denis “Love Unleashed: Exploring the Fin Line Between Romance and Attachment”
  • 4:10–4:30 PM Issac Shechtman “Social Anxiety and Comedy as Intervention: Can Treatment Be Fun?”
  • 4:30–4:50 PM Sean Karlson “Living a Meaningful Life”
  • 4:50–5:10 PM Ambrose James ” Case Study on Play Mountain Place: Free Range Education”
  • Break
  • 5:25–5:45 PM Tashi McKellop “Coming Home through Right Relationship: An Offering of Hope in the Face of Inevitable Collapse”
  • 5:45–6:05 PM JP Stark “Violet Park Project: Applicants to Urban Parks”
  • 6:05–6:25 PM Eli Delaney ” A Butte, a Ditch, and a Guru: Art to Initiate Repair”

Online: https://naropa.zoom.us/j/92098474019

  • 12:15–12:30 PM Gabrielle Kater.  “Integration of Astrology and the enneagram in the therapeutic relationship
  • 12:30- 12:45 PM Aaliyah Cutlip- “Aaliyah’s Mobile Retreat Center: SixSenses
  • 12:45–1:00 PM Bennett Gwizdalski “Trans resilience
  • 1:00–1:15 PMGeorge Kent “Confronting Toxic Masculinity With a Gender-Specific Yoga Program
  • 1:15–1:30 PM Rebecca Koehl “Art Therapy Methods and Childhood Anxiety
  • 1:30–1:45 PM Kris McBride “Art Therapy Methods and Childhood Anxiety
  • 1:45–2:00 PM Rachel Rice “The effects of mindfulness-based practices on executive function in children
  • 2:15–2:30 PM Amparo Pareja “Echoes of Latinx Identity & Wholeness: Navigating Cultural Assimilation and Internalized Shame
  • 2:30–2:45 PM Sammy Mims “Abolitionist principles in our day to day lives and intimate relationships
  • 3:00–3:15 PM Jessica Cerine “The Practice of Consciously Ending Relationships
  • 3:30–3:45 PM Harrison Wallace “ Trauma and Romantic Relationships
  • 3:45–4:00 PM Adrian De Lozada  “Benefits of Somatic Stress-Intervention Practices in the Salon Environment on Salon Professionals: A Theoretical Framework



Upcoming Events:
  • Apr 30, 2024 @ 3:00 pm



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Naropa Campuses Closed on Friday, March 15, 2024

Due to adverse weather conditions, all Naropa campuses will be closed Friday, March 15, 2024.  All classes that require a physical presence on campus will be canceled. All online and low-residency programs are to meet as scheduled.

Based on the current weather forecast, the Healing with the Ancestors Talk & Breeze of Simplicity program scheduled for Friday evening, Saturday, and Sunday will be held as planned.

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