AUNE’s new Holistic Special Education concentration can help educators learn to build safe places for children overwhelmed by a frenzied world, said Kim John Payne, keynote speaker at the conference Can We Do it Better? Alternative Approaches to Special Education, … Read More
Consider your investments, Oran Hesterman, president and chief executive officer of Fair Food Network, advised the graduates at AUNE’s graduation on May 18. But it wasn’t money he was talking about. He meant investments of “time, passion, intellect, and focused … Read More
Students in the Climate Change: Resilience, Adaptation, and Mitigation course in Environmental Studies presented the results of their consulting project to the City of Keene’s Cities for Climate Protection Committee (CPC) on May 9. The students’ project updated the city … Read More
We’ve reduced the tuition rate for our Autism Spectrum Disorder Certificate. Now more affordable than ever!
Marilyn Castriotta, a student in the the Department of Environmental Studies’ Conservation Biology concentration, has been awarded the 2013 William R. Ginsberg and Thomas K. Wessels Environmental Studies Scholarship Award. The scholarship, the highest award given by the faculty of … Read More
Alternative approaches to special education will be the focus of a one-day conference on Wednesday, May 22, at Antioch University New England (AUNE). AUNE’s Department of Education will introduce its new master’s concentration in Holistic Special Education at the conference, … Read More
Oran B. Hesterman, a national leader in sustainable agriculture and food systems, will be the keynote speaker at the commencement for Antioch University New England (AUNE) students on May 18. Hesterman is president and chief executive officer of Fair Food … Read More
Scratch a Monadnock Food Co-op member, and an AUNE alum, a faculty member or a student is bound to shine through. Jen Risley, MEd ‘04, marketing and membership manager for the co-op, gives a try at listing all the AUNE-connected … Read More
We’ve reduced the tuition rate for our Sustainability in Business Certificate. Now it’s more affordable and accessible than ever. This noncredit certificate program is for you if you’re planning to lead a green team or integrate sustainability practices into a … Read More
We’ve reduced the tuition rate for our Marriage & Family Therapy Certificate program. Now it’s more affordable and accessible than ever. Working professionals with a graduate degree in counseling who want specialized training in Marriage and Family Therapy will find … Read More
We’ve reduced the tuition rate for Applied Behavior Analysis Certificate. Now it’s more affordable than ever! Check out this program for working professionals.
The Department of Environmental Studies at Antioch University New England (AUNE) will present two Environmental Excellence awards on Friday, May 17, at the department’s year-end ceremony. •The 2013 Community Member Environmental Excellence Award will go to W. Rhett Lamb, planning … Read More
The Reading (Vemont) Elementary School will receive one of the 2013 Vermont Governor’s Awards for Environmental Excellence, on May 14 at the Vermont Businesses for Social Responsibility’s spring conference at the University of Vermont Davis Center. Patty Collins, MEd ’11, … Read More
An article by Laura Thomas, director of the Antioch Center for School Renewal, was published by Education Week May 1. It’s titled “The Monster at the End of The Common Core,” and you can read it here.
The Monadnock Ecological Research and Education Project (MERE) at Antioch University New England, in partnership with the New Hampshire Division of Parks and Recreation, will host a Meet the Mountain! Day, from 9 a.m.–1 p.m., Saturday, May 11, at the … Read More