The Lewin Center
     P.O. Box 1151
     Bethel, Maine 04217
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                     THE LEWIN CENTER JULY 2016 MENTORING PROGRAM


 




Since its establishment in April 2006 as a non-profit 501 c3 educational institution, The Lewin Center has created space (salons/colloquium/forums) and a place where students, faculty, scholars, practitioners and community leaders gather to engage in experiential learning, research, action and social discourse on social change and social justice issues.

We attend to what is happening on global, national and community levels for the purpose of enhancing the quality life for all. All this in the humanistic interaction of dialogue, learning and sharing research, writings and practice -- in the spirit and concepts of Kurt Lewin.

2014: Transforming Change with the 3Cs: Capacity, Competence, Capability.
2013: Mining/Minding; Living/Learning Lewin.
2012: Contemporary Potential for Kurt Lewin’s Theory and Method
2011: The Challenge for Today’s Leadership is Social Justice
2010: Salon 1: A Conversation on the Magnificence of Kurt Lewin
Salon 2: Kurt Lewin and the Gestalt Perspective
Honoring of the Lewin Fellows

2009: Salon 1: Leadership
Salon 2:Time Banking
Salon 3:Global Learning

2008: The Kurt Lewin International Legacy Colloquium
  • ”Sharing of Practical Applications in Human Relations and
    Organization Development”
  • ”Future Visions/Diverse Perspectives”
  • ”Implications for Globalization”
  • ”Social Justice and Social Change Through Curriculum,
    Programs, Publications and Community of Practice”

    2007: The Lewin Center: Philosophy, Programming, Personnel and
    Funding.
    Attendees: Donors, Bethel Community Friends, Board of Directors.


    2006: The Lewin Center for Social Change, Action and Research Established in April as a non-profit 501c3 educational Institution.
    Founding Directors:
  • Argentine S. Craig
  • Lennox E. Joseph
  • Alan A. Klein
  • Donald C. Klein
  • Frederick P. Nader
  • Charles N. Seashore
  • Edith W. Seashore