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President of Maharishi University of Management presents Consciousness-Based Education at largest university in Mongolia
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11 October 2012
The President of Maharishi University of Management (MUM), Dr Bevan Morris, recently spoke at a conference at the largest university in Mongolia. The principal theme of the conference was innovative approaches to human development, leadership training, and research.
At the three-day seminar Dr Morris gave the keynote address on the success of Consciousness-Based Education around the world. His presentation was about utilizing Consciousness-Based Education to unfold the inner genius of every student.
Afterward, he commented on how impressed he was with the deep knowledge of Transcendental Meditation and Consciousness-Based Education that a few key professors at the Mongolian University of Science and Technology (MUST) possessed.
In addition to Dr Morris's speech, there were two video presentations by MUM faculty Dr Jane Schmidt-Wilk and Dr Harald Harung on management research and leadership potential. Dr Schmidt-Wilk is Dean of Teaching and Learning and Director of the Center for Management Research. Dr Harung has published widely on higher development and world-class performers. Expert management consultant and MUM alumnus Jim Bagnola addressed the conference in person on leadership training.
About 120 people attended the first two days of the conference. The third day consisted of workshops. About 70 people attended these, representing various schools, corporations, and academic departments. During the workshops they discussed specific approaches to implement the programmes of Consciousness-Based Education and Consciousness-Based leadership training.
Also on this third day, Dr Morris and MUST President Dr Damdinsuren Bayanduuren signed an agreement for exchange of faculty and students as well as joint research.
Dr Morris added that Maharishi University of Management looks forward to working with MUST to accomplish their shared goal of creating a peaceful and prosperous Mongolia.
'It was an extremely successful several days,' said Dr Tom Stanley, vice-chair of the MUM Board of Trustees and director of Consciousness-Based programmes in Mongolia.
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Global Good News will continue to feature the Maharishi University of Management delegation's visit to Mongolia.
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