DRBU Symposium is a lecture series that complements DRBU's academic curriculum and connects the community with experts, expands conversations from the classroom, and applies what we learn from the classical texts to the modern world.
Archive of Past Events
Second Annual DRBU Student Symposium
DRBU Symposium invites you to mark your calendars for the Second Annual DRBU Student Symposium on Sunday, February 24, 2019.
Creativity, Music, & Spirit: A Conversation with Alex de Grassi
Alex de Grassi, contemporary guitarist, composer and one of Mendocino County's own musical luminaries will join with the Dharma Realm Buddhist University community to explore the sources of musical inspiration and sustaining a lifetime of artistic creativity.
The First Annual DRBU Student Symposium
The First Annual DRBU Student Symposium will take place on Sunday, February 25.
Heidegger and Today's Global Thinking: On the Way to Thinking
This lecture is an invitation to take a stroll through Heidegger's field that leads to thinking and closely follow the invisible marks that he may have left behind in his late years.
Ven. Kaccāna Bhikku on Spiritual Friendship and Communal Harmony
This talk will be on spiritual friendship and harmonious living with regard to cultivating qualities that contribute to a healthy community.
The Kāṇva Brāhmaṇas and Buddhists in Kosala
Through a careful textual study, this lecture explores evidence for the close relationship between the Kāṇva brāhmaṇas and early Buddhists in Kosala.
DRBU Symposium Presents: Fibonacci and the Golden Ratio
Please join us for a mathematics lecture, and Q & A with Dr. Shu-Chu Chang.
The Spirit of Meditation: Zen Patriarchs and Art
A brief introduction of the development of Zen (Chan) Buddhism as seen through art, with a focus on prominent Zen patriarchs.
Temples, Images and Offerings: A basic knowledge of Buddhist Art and its history
An introduction of Chinese Buddhist art as found in temples, sculpture, painting, and objects, and their development within Chinese history.
Visions of a Modern Buddhist Education for the World
How can Buddhist universities prepare students to meet the needs of a modern, globalized world? What can Buddhist higher education contribute to solving our pressing social and environmental problems?
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