Peter R. Eppig (MEd)

Faculty Emeritus
Department of Education

Professional Experience

1997-Present Chairperson, Department of Education
Antioch New England Graduate School, Keene, New Hampshire
Responsibilities: department leadership and administration; faculty support and supervision; teaching and advising students in Experienced Educator and Integrated Learning Programs; coordination of program development and evaluation; leadership for departmental and institutional strategic planning; budget management; initiating collaborative ventures with like-minded organizations and institutions; advancing the department role in public school reform efforts; department and institutional marketing and recruitment; work with alumni relations and external client services.

1986-1977 Director, Critical Skills Program/Education By Design, Department of Education
Antioch New England Graduate School, Keene, New Hampshire
Responsibilities: program leadership, development and administration; coordination and supervision of teacher training and professional development institutes located regionally throughout New England and New York (270+ institutes, nearly 3,000 participating educators); follow-up training and classroom support for teachers who participated in the Critical Skills Summer Institute program; instruction in Environmental Studies and Education Departments.

1985-1986 Adjunct Faculty
Antioch New England Graduate School, Keene, New Hampshire
Responsibilities: instructor of graduate level courses on General Science Teaching Methods, Curriculum Development, and Teaching Critical Skills; field supervision of student interns.

1982-1985 Institute Coordinator, Critical Skills Summer Institute
Corporate Council for Critical Skills, Milford, New Hampshire
Responsibilities: head instructor and program coordinator for regional institutes involved with teacher training, pedagogy, curriculum development and field test ing of Learning-By-Real-Problems methodologies.

1979-1986 Science/Math Teacher
Peterborough Middle School, Peterborough, NH
Responsibilities: sixth, seventh and eighth grade science (earth, life, and physcial), general math, Algebra I, and health teacher; program co-developer and coordinator of multi-grade, multi-disciplinary, experimental program focusing on critical skill development (1982-86); science and computer district curriculum development.

1974-1979 Science/Math Teacher
Hudson Memorial School, Hudson, NH
Responsibilities: sixth, seventh and eighth grade earth, life, and physical science teacher; science and math instructor in the gifted and talented program.

1972-1973 Research Technician, Earth Science Department
University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH

Responsibilities: laboratory technician and diver on Sea Grant Project: Sea Monitoring of Emplaced Baled Solid Waste.