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Dates Announced for AUNE’s 2016 “In Bloom” Nature-Based Early Childhood Ed. Conferences

For the fifth year in a row, AUNE offers conference dates for “In Bloom in New England: Best Practices in Nature-Based Early Childhood Education.” Registration for the innovative full-day conferences is available now, for a fee of $100 or less … Read More

Antioch University New England Researcher: Collaboration with Local Communities a Vital Aspect of Climate Change Research

Keene, NH—In order for scientists to effectively research climate change, they must collaborate with and positively reinforce input from local stakeholders, according to a new study conducted by a team of researchers that includes Antioch University New England’s Dr. Sandra … Read More

Clinical Psychology’s Annual Field Supervisors Day

The Department of Clinical Psychology is pleased to announce that the speaker at this year’s Field Supervisors Day CE presentation on February 11 will be James M. O’Neil, PhD, Professor of Educational Psychology and Family Studies at the University of … Read More

Lorraine Mangione Presents on Navigating Through Loss and Grief

Dr. Lorraine Mangione will be presenting Navigating Through Loss and Grief: How Continuing Bonds, Creativity, Religion/Spirituality, and Culture Contribute to the Journey on March 11 in Wellesley, MA as part of the MPA (Massachusetts Psychological Association) 2016 CE Programs. The loss … Read More

AUNE Participates in the One Billion Rising Revolution

On Tuesday, February 9, AUNE Dance Movement Therapy students will dance to express joy and community and celebrate the expectation that together, violence can be defeated. The gathering is in support of One Billion Rising, a global movement bringing attention … Read More

Rhode Island’s Wildlife Action Plan References AUNE Alumna’s Thesis Research

The thesis research conducted by Sally Ann Sims (2012 MS, Environmental Studies, Conservation Biology) is referenced in the Vulnerable Habitats, Maritime Beaches/Beach Strand section of the 2015 Rhode Island Wildlife Action Plan. Her research modeled the consequences of sea level … Read More

Conservation Psychology Institute Scheduled June 12-15 at AUNE

The Conservation Psychology Institute (CPI), scheduled for June 12-15, 2016, at AUNE, is currently accepting registrations (discount available until April 1).  The 3-day annual event is an interactive workshop with some of the leading researchers in the field. Its focus … Read More

AUNE Supports Local Community Kitchen and Shelter

The AUNE community offers support to the local community in various ways throughout the year.  A recent round-up of the 2015 efforts indicated a generous offering of both time and money as it benefited the Community Kitchen in Keene, New … Read More

Educational Book by AUNE Trustee Lauded as Outstanding Academic Title

No More Robots: Building Kids’ Character, Competence, and Sense of Place, written by AUNE Board of Trustees member Bob Coulter (’87 MEd) was named a 2015 Outstanding Academic Title by Choice: Current Review for Academic Librarians, a publication of the … Read More

Horace Mann Spirit of Service Scholarships Awarded

Five students have been awarded a 2015 AUNE Horace Mann Spirit of Service Scholarship in the amount of $2,500 each.  A committee selected this year’s recipients from a pool of 30 applicants. Named after the university’s first president, The Horace … Read More

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