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Friday, August 12, 2011

USI offers retreat services in Historic New Harmony

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USI Center for Human Resource Development and Historic New Harmony are now offering customized-themed retreats for groups and businesses. Located on the banks of the Wabash River, New Harmony offers world-class accommodations and meeting facilities, dining, shopping, and entertainment.

Retreat themes include Building Team Trust, New Team Development, Strategic Planning, Leadership Enrichment, Critical Thinking, and Visioning and Spiritual Guidance. Venues include MacLeod Barn Abbey, New Harmony Inn and Conference Center, Opera House, Rapp-Owen Granary, the award-winning Atheneum, and more. Retreats can be anywhere from one- to five-day programs and can include a variety of activities such as tours, hiking, carriage rides, and labyrinth walks.

Businesses can select a predesigned retreat theme or have one created to accommodate their specific needs, said Julie Brauser, training consultant in the Center for Human Resource Development. We will organize each retreat and provide direction and suggestions to ensure a successful experience.

As a unified program of USI and the Indiana State Museum and Historic Sites, Historic New Harmony preserves its utopian legacy by inspiring renewal and fellowship between people and communities through its programs and collections. The University nurtures this living laboratory as a place where students and teachers, tourists and scholars, and leaders and seekers can come together to experience, explore, and create, making it the perfect location for your retreat. Its office is part of Division of Outreach and Engagement.

For more information, or to book a retreat, contact Brauser at 812/461-5425 or

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