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AUNE Alumnus Raising Awareness About Suicide Prevention

Antioch Univeristy New England alumnus Dr. Joel Glenn Wixson (MA, PsyD) is a clinical psychologist and singer-songwriter working to raise awareness about suicide prevention through his education, experience, and music.  Along with maintaining a private practice in Portsmouth, New Hampshire, … Read More

AUNE’s Jimmy Karlan, EdD, Keynotes “Science Education Must Have a Plot” at Institute on Teaching for Engagement

Dr. Jimmy Karlan, core faculty for Antioch University New England (AUNE) in the Department of Environmental Studies, was a keynote speaker and presenter at the 2015 Institute of Teaching the Hudson Valley this past summer. Entitled Teaching for Engagement, the … Read More

AUNE Faculty to Present at Gender Conference East in Baltimore

AUNE Department of Applied Psychology core faculty member Dr. Justine D’Arrigo-Patrick and adjunct faculty member and doctoral student Brooke Bull, will be presenting at ​Gender Conference East, November 13-14 in Baltimore, Maryland.  The mission of the conference is to provide … Read More

Alumni Panel Speak About Broad Spectrum of Experiences

The Department was pleased to have a panel of five alumni, representing diverse settings and locations, come back to Antioch on September 28 to speak about their experiences in the work world, particularly in the roles of supervisor, administrator, and … Read More

AUNE Master’s International Students Headed to Jamaica and Ethiopia through Partnership with Peace Corps

Keene, New Hampshire – Last January, three students enrolled at Antioch University New England (AUNE) as part of the Master’s International program and soon they will be leaving for over two years abroad as Peace Corps volunteers. All three students … Read More

Coalition of Essential Schools Fall Forum Coordinated by Antioch Center for School Renewal, Nov. 5-7 in Portland, Maine

The Antioch Center for School Renewal, in partnership with an innovative, experienced, international network of organizations, districts, schools, and teachers who share Antioch University New England’s (AUNE) belief that powerful education is about relationships, authentic experiences, and collaborative, equitable communities, invites attendees to register … Read More

Dr. Marti Straus Presents on Adolescent Attachment Trauma

Dr. Marti Straus will be presenting at the MAGentix Communications Conference Series in Ottawa, Canada on Friday, October 30th.  Her topic is Treating Adolescent Attachment Trauma. She gave the keynote presentation,  The Challenge of Connection: Treating Adolescent Attachment Trauma, at … Read More

AUNE Alumnae Instruct at Ethnobotany Workshop in Rutland, Ohio, October 1-2, 2015

Three doctoral graduates from the AUNE Department of Environmental Studies—Susan Leopold, Alison Ormsby, and Lee Ann Woolery—are among several collaborators presenting a workshop at the Goldenseal Botanical Sanctuary in Rutland, Ohio, on October 1-2, 2015.  The workshop, “Nurturing Your Botanical … Read More

Speaker Series Event Oct. 13: Dr. Thomas Broussard, Jr. Discusses Stroke and Aphasia

On October 13, 2015, Dr. Thomas G. Broussard, Jr., a neuroeducator, author, and public speaker will present on the topic of stroke and aphasia in the Community Room at Antioch University New England (AUNE) at 6 pm.  Dr. Broussard is … Read More

Noted Naturalist and Earth Scientist Leads Workshop on October 15, 2015

Martin Ogle, a nationally recognized thought leader in the integration of science and cultural understanding, presents a 5-hour workshop in the Community Room at Antioch University New England (AUNE) on Thursday, October 15, 2015, entitled “Geo Sapiens: Earth-Wise Environmental Education … Read More

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