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Stodgy? Not Our PsyD Students

Earning a degree in Clinical Psychology is a rigorous five-year commitment. But if you think the PsyD students at Antioch University New England spend all their time nose-down in a book or computer, think again. Many lead busy and fascinating … Read More

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Department of Clinical Psychology Names 2014 Diversity Award Recipients

There was a three-way tie for the 2014 Department of Clinical Psychology Diversity Award. The award recipients are Bola Afolayan, Josefina Irigoyen and the 2014 AUNE Disaster Shakti team. The awarded projects were selected as most representative of AUNE’s vision … Read More

Busy DMT Alumna Touches Lives

Danielle Fitzpatrick, MA ’00, a graduate of AUNE’s dance/movement therapy program, is director of the young arts department at MoCo Arts, artist-in-residence for the New Hampshire Dance Institute, and an adjunct faculty member at Springfield (Massachusetts) College. She leads sessions … Read More

Sobel to Speak at Audubon’s Hog Island Camp in July

David Sobel, core faculty member in the Department of Education, will give a lecture and lead a field program at Sharing Nature: and Educator’s Week, held July 20-25 at the National Audubon Society’s Hog Island Camp in Maine. The camp’s … Read More

Cabaret in Somerville July 12 To Raise Money for AUNE’s Disaster Shakti

A fund-raiser for Disaster Shakti is on tap Saturday, July 12, at the Arts at the Armory Café, Somerville, Massachusetts. Laetitia Geoffroy-Dallery, a second-year PsyD student at Antioch University New England (AUNE);  Megan Henderson, and the Cambridge-based Prince Street Cabaret … Read More

First-Year Teacher Monica Foley, MS ’13, Wins Award

The Keene School District has named Monica Foley, MS ’13, as an Exceptional Teacher for 2014. “I was extremely honored, surprised, and grateful to have been chosen after my first year of teaching,” said Monica, who teaches biology, chemistry, and … Read More

Compassion Fatigue – What it is and How to Treat it

A screening of the film, “When Helping Hurts:  Sustaining Trauma Workers,” and a panel discussion on the risk and treatment of compassion fatigue will be held at Antioch University New England (AUNE) on Tuesday, June 17. The free event is … Read More

AUNE Alums Beat Back Beech for Better Forests

The American beech is a stalwart of the New England forest and a favorite of wildlife such as bears, deer, and turkeys, who thrive on its mast crop, beechnuts. But today the beech, threatened by disease, often ends up as … Read More

NAMI NH Gives Outstanding Provider Award to AUNE Alumna

Betsy Harrison, MA ’01, received the Outstanding Mental Health Care Provider Award from the National Alliance on Mental Illness, NH, in April. The award is given to someone making outstanding contributions to improving the lives of people affected by mental … Read More

Peace Corps Designates AUNE for Master’s International Program

Now students can combine their passion for service in the Peace Corps with study for a master’s degree in Environmental Studies from Antioch University New England (AUNE). Through an innovative agreement with the Peace Corps, AUNE will begin offering a Master’s … Read More

‘Cultivate Service,’ Peace Corps Acting Director Tells 2014 AUNE Graduates

More than eight hundred participants attended commencement exercises, as Antioch University New England (AUNE) awarded degrees to one hundred thirty-eight graduates and finishers on Saturday, May 17, at Keene Middle School. Acting Director of the Peace Corps Carrie Hessler-Radelet, the … Read More

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