Yerkes National Primate Research Center
Neuroscience building; requires key card access. Contact: Lisa Newbern 404-727-7709
Robert W. Woodruff Library
Schatten Gallery family restroom
School of Medicine
Room P180. Contact: 404-727-5655
Gambrell Hall, first floor restroom by student lockers Contact: Veronica Wright 404-727-6856
Claudia Nance Rollins Building
Main floor women’s restroom; separate room is located inside. Contact: Vanda Hudson 404-712-8378
Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing
Room 423. Contact: Paul Burton firstname.lastname@example.org
Miller-Ward Alumni House
Contact: Missy Rodil 404-712-8995
Goizueta Business School
Room 102 East Wing. Contact: Joanna Green 404-727-3556
Location: Cox Hall, 3rd Floor Contact: Shannan Palma 404-727-2031
Emory Children's Center
Rita Anne Rollins Building--Candler School of Theology
Room 119, next to first floor restrooms. Contact: Marian Osborne 404-727-5048
Health Sciences Research Building
O. WAYNE ROLLINS RESEARCH CENTER
Location: Room G68. Contact: Charlie Andrews 404-727-5669
1599 Clifton Road
1st floor room 1338. Contact: Shea Peoples 404-727-7256
Woodruff Library Interfaith Prayer Chapel
Level 1, room 125
The Living Mandala
Outside of Canon Chapel
The living Mandala is reflective space for students to commune with the natural world. Contemplation, pacing, prayer, reflection, and many forms of meditation are welcome in this space.
Room 106; Cultivating Compassion Meditation, Graduate Student Meditation, and Emory Buddhist Club convene here. The room also has a labyrinth in the carpet and can be used for personal meditation and praying when events are not happening.
In the bricks between the AMUC and Alabama Hall.
The Labyrinth is a space of pacing and meditation in a central point of transition on campus. It is a perfect place to stop for a moment, rest and be, while the rest of the world continues to move about you.
School of Medicine meditation space
Room B03; meditation space weekdays from 12-1pm and guided meditation Wednesdays from 12:15-12:45.