Nicole Libin

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Nicole Libin
BornNicole Heather Libin
🏳️ NationalityCanadian Canada
🏫 EducationPhD Religious Studies, University of Calgary
🎓 Alma materUniversity of Calgary
💼 Occupation

Nicole Heather Libin is an author, an Associate Professor[1] at Mount Royal University and a Mindfulness Educator and Adjunct Professor[2] at Mindful Schools, both in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

Nicole earned a BA from the University of Toronto in 2002, an MA from the University of Toronto in 2003, and a Ph.D from the University of Calgary in 2009, specializing in Contemporary Religious Identity, Lived Religion, and Jewish Identity. Her Ph.D dissertation was "The Choosing people: constructing Jewish Buddhist identity in America."[3]

Research focus[edit]

Nicole aims to integrate mindfulness instruction into every level of education, both formally and informally.


Nicole has been interviewed on mindfulness by a number of sources:

  • Libin, Nicole (August 16, 2020). "Children's book 'Sticky Brains' helps kids navigate stress and anxiety". Global News Morning Calgary (Interview). Interviewed by Dallas Flexhaug. Calgary, Alberta: Global News.
  • Libin, Nicole (May 21, 2020). "Helping children cope during the pandemic" (Interview). Interviewed by Alesia Fieldberg. Calgary, Alberta: CTV News.
  • Libin, Nicole (July 24, 2020). "Negative Thoughts & Sticky Brains with Nicole Libin, PhD" (Interview). Interviewed by Christy Thomas. Keep Calm and Mother On!.
  • Libin, Nicole (July 15, 2020). "Savour Every Second" (Interview). Interviewed by Nash Chaparro. 11:11.



  1. "Nicole Libin, Associated Professor at Mount Royal University". Retrieved 2016-08-22.
  2. "Nicole Libin, Educator and Adjunct Professor at Mindful Schools". Retrieved 2016-08-22.
  3. Libin, Nicole Heather (April 2009). "The Choosing people: constructing Jewish Buddhist identity in America". University of Calgary. ISBN 978-0-494-51194-7.

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