Faculty-Student Research Projects

At Antioch University New England students have the opportunity to work with faculty on various consulting projects. These projects allow students to think dynamically and put theory into action. Many students find these research assistantships to be vital to their AUNE experience. The following is a sampling of projects that students and faculty have jointly worked on over the past several years. They also illustrate the types of projects could also serve as a Capstone: Collaborative Service Initiative.

Beaver BrookRiparian Corridor Wildlife Assessment
Study of Impacts to Wildlife Habitat and Connectivity for the Urbanized Beaver Brook, Keene, NH


Lake Sunapee Watershed Infrastructure ProjectLake Sunapee Watershed Infrastructure Project
Study of impact from climate change and facilitation of public policy process


Liberia Post-Conflict Infrastructure ProjectLiberia Post-Conflict Infrastructure Project
Development of Intervention Strategies to Re-establish Urban Environmental Services


Climate Change AdaptationClimate Change Adaptation
Study of Impacts to the Oyster River Watershed and Great Bay Estuary


Regional Organics RecoveryRegional Organics Recovery
Establishment of a Composting Option for Commercially Generated Organics, Brattleboro, VT


Waste Action Collaborative of Sullivan County, NHWaste Action Collaborative of Sullivan County, NH
Developing and Implementing a Recycling-Based, Integrated, Waste-Management Plan


Monadnock NH Region Greenhouse Gas Reduction InitiativeMonadnock NH Region Greenhouse Gas Reduction Initiative: COOL Monadnock


Community Technical Assistance Project (CTAP)Community Technical Assistance Project (CTAP)
A Regional Community Driven Smart Growth Initiative in New Hampshire


Friends of Center City KeeneFriends of Center City Keene
Building Community Consensus in Supporting a Vital Downtown Keene, New Hampshire