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Efforts save tons of CO2 and thousands in energy bills
Study abroad course will explore Swedish innovation
Antioch University New England (AUNE) has
launched a support group for people who have family members or close friends of any
age who have been diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders (ASD). Launched in
October 2010 in response to community need, Friends and Family of Individuals with
Autism and Asperger’s provides a welcoming venue for participants to learn more about
ASD and to share their experiences, challenges and resources for success. Read More
Sustainable Development and Climate Change Master’s Program Launched by Antioch University New England
New 20-month concentration trains leaders for a sustainable future.
Climate-change planning and environmental management focus of new Antioch University New England RMC Master’s Degree
Four semester, Resource Management and Conservation degree geared for working professionals .
January 19 meeting at Antioch to provide information on recovery/stimulus funds available to local communities
ANEI to host information session sponsored by the New Hampshire Office of Energy and Planning (OEP)
“Nancy brings a deep knowledge of the issues and challenges facing counselors and therapists in New England today,” said Katherine Clarke, Antioch University New England’s Vice President of Academic Affairs. “The department will benefit from her vision, imagination, and spirit of innovation.”
“I am pleased that Dr. Clarke will join Antioch University New England’s senior leadership team and excited about working with her to move our campus forward in the years ahead,” said AUNE president David Caruso. “Katherine has made numerous contributions during the four years she served as chair of the AUNE Department of Applied Psychology. She guided significant advances in the department and has been a key member of the campus Finance, Academic Technology, Assessment, and External Relations committees, the department chairs group, and numerous other initiatives.”
The Department of Clinical Psychology at Antioch University New England presented its 2009 Distinguished Psychologist Award to Dr. Laurie Guidry. Laurie, who graduated from Antioch University New England in 2000, directs an innovative, evolving statewide program for the Massachusetts Department of Mental Health for individuals with co-occurring chronic mental illness and problematic sexual behaviors and/or sexual offending behaviors. It has operated for nine years and is the only program like it in the country.
The New Hampshire Science Teachers Association (NHSTA) honored Antioch University New England faculty member Tom Wessels with the Howard I. Wagner award at their annual conference March 23. The award recognizes Tom’s outstanding contributions to science education in New Hampshire.