NOVEMBER 15th at 4:00 pm PST- 7:00 pm EST

Murleen Ryder, Ingo Swann’s Mother, created the Ingo Swann Fellowship (an every other year award) to promote the use of the human consciousness collection at the University of West Georgia (UWG). The first fellowship was awarded in 2018, and the next one was slated for 2020. But then COVID hit. So for 2022, UWG decided to award two fellowships. There were quite a few highly competitive and very powerful applications. The fellowship committee engaged in an active debate, ultimately selecting two very interesting and yet diverse researchers:

Elizabeth Bergen-Bartel, master instructor in martial arts and graduate student at Tsukuba University in Japan in Comprehensive Human Sciences. Bergen-Bartel’s research is focused on the relationship between high-level athletes’ consciousness in flow states and predictive anticipatory activity.

The Zoom link is:

https://westga-edu.zoom.us/j/84698769703?pwd=RFJpL1JselFoZVNUakM1ejZOcy9Kdz09

Learn more here:

https://libguides.westga.edu/c.php?g=1247045&mc_cid=049892d36c&mc_eid=cc8e60d7c3