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Kiewicz-Schlansker Uses Radiocarbon Analysis to Identify 8,000-Year-Old Sediment on Mt. Monadnock

Antioch University New England graduate student Hana Kiewicz-Schlansker, with support from Dr. James Jordan and Dr. Peter Palmiotto, has discovered some really old mud on Mt. Monadnock. Results from radiocarbon analysis show that a small bog near the summit began … Read More

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Fifty Applied Psychology Students Are Members of New Hampshire’s Disaster Behavioral Health Response Team

More than 50 Antioch University New England graduate students from the Applied Psychology department are now members of New Hampshire’s Disaster Behavioral Health Response Team (DBHRT). The DBHRT builds New Hampshire’s capacity statewide to respond to disasters through a coordinated … Read More

Ruth Kermish-Allen of Appleton, Maine, Named Conservation Psychology Fellow at Antioch University New England

Keene, NH (May 21, 2015)—Ruth Kermish-Allen of Appleton, Maine, is the 2015 doctoral fellow for Antioch University New England’s Conservation Psychology Institute (CPI), a multi-day workshop featuring some of the leading researchers in the field. Conservation psychology is the science … Read More

Antioch University New England Applied Psychology Students Will Travel to Peru to Help Children

Graduate students from the Department of Applied Psychology at Antioch University New England (AUNE) will travel to Peru from May 24 to June 6, 2015, with International Volunteer HQ (IVHQ). Established in 2007, IVHQ has grown to become the world’s … Read More

MBA in Sustainability Student Reflects on Trip to Cuba

  In March 2015, a group of Antioch University New England students flew to Havana for AUNE’s Food Systems of Cuba: Implications for Environment, Livelihood and Food Security field study course to learn about Cuba’s food system and sustainable agriculture … Read More

Jessica Leonard is Named AUNE’s 2015 Congressional Progressive Caucus Fellow

Antioch University New England (AUNE) and the U.S. Congressional Progressive Caucus (CPC) have chosen Jessica Leonard to serve as AUNE’s 2015 U.S. Congressional Progressive Caucus Fellow. This unique fellowship, now entering its ninth year, is for master’s degree students in … Read More

PsyD Student to Present at Conference

Third year PsyD student, Myah Caruso, will be co-presenting a workshop at the Western New England University 33rd Regional Social Work Conference on May 27 in Springfield, MA.  The workshop is entitled Helping Parents Help Their Kids: Systematic Steps for … Read More

2015 MBA in Sustainability Practicum Presentations and Alumni Networking Event

Keene, NH—On Saturday, April 25, Antioch University New England (AUNE) graduating students in the MBA in Sustainability program presented their Practicum projects to the Antioch community. Practica are year-long, self-designed, capstone projects encompassing research and application of theory to practice. … Read More

Newly Lifted Sanctions on Cuba’s Travel and Trade Transform Cuban Research Trip

When students from Antioch University New England (AUNE) headed to Cuba this March to study agriculture and food systems, it’s no surprise that they returned to New England inspired. They gained a unique perspective about the before-and-after impact the newly-lifted … Read More

Dr. Gargi Roysircar Nominated to APA Task Force

The Department of Clinical Psychology is pleased to share the exciting news that faculty member Gargi Roysircar has been nominated to the American Psychological Association (APA) Task Force on the Re-envisioning the Multicultural Competencies for the 21st Century. This task … Read More

Daughters, Dads, and the Path Through Grief: Tales from Italian America – Book Discussion

On May 20 at the Calandra Institute in New York, NY, Lorraine Mangione, Ph.D. and Donna DiCello, Psy.D. will be discussing their book, Daughters, Dads, and the Path Through Grief: Tales from Italian America. The father-daughter relationship can be central … Read More

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