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Antioch University Bucks the Trend—Tuition for New Students in Nature-Based Education Certificate Program is Going Down!

Thinking about bringing nature-based education to your school? It’s time to do something about it. New students to the Nature-based Early Childhood Certificate program at Antioch University New England (AUNE) will benefit from a new 25 percent discount on their … Read More

American Dance Therapy Association Gives Susan Loman its Lifetime Achievement Award

The American Dance Therapy Association (ADTA) will award its 2014 Lifetime Achievement Award to Susan Loman, professor and director of Antioch University New England’s Dance/Movement Therapy and Counseling (DMT) program from 1987 to the present. The honor recognizes an individual … Read More

Simpson Stresses the Need for Climate Change Adaptation, on The Exchange

Michael Simpson, chair of AUNE’s Department of Environmental Studies,  discusses the need for local communities to adapt to a changing climate—one that will be wetter, warmer and with more extreme weather – on New Hampshire Public Radio’s The Exchange today, … Read More

Mangione and DiCello on Panel April 9

Lorraine Mangione, professor of clinical psychology, and Donna DiCello, PsyD ’96, will be on a panel April 9 at the Calandra Institute at the City University of New York, discussing the book Benessere Psicologico: Contemporary Thought on Italian American Mental … Read More

April 2014 – Antioch Writes!

Antioch University celebrates writing this month with events on every campus throughout the university. Here at AUNE, we are celebrating in two major ways:  Book Raffle! Everyone who uses the AUNE Writing Center during the month of April will be … Read More

New England’s Changing Forests: Free Talk at AUNE April 24

A panel of well-known foresters and ecologists will shed light on forest conservation and how forest dynamics affect New England’s landscape, on Thursday, April 24, at Antioch University New England (AUNE). This event is free and open to the public … Read More

Acting Peace Corps Director to be 2014 Commencement Speaker

Carrie Hessler-Radelet, acting director of the Peace Corps, will speak at the 2014 Commencement for Antioch University New England (AUNE) students on Saturday, May 17. Since 2011, AUNE has been a member of the Peace Corps’ Paul D. Coverdell Fellows … Read More

Counselor Wellness Institute Set for May 21-22 at AUNE

Helping clients who have been through trauma often exacts an emotional toll on mental health clinicians themselves. Antioch University New England’s (AUNE) Applied Psychology Department will launch a pioneering Institute on Counselor Wellness to offer those clinicians information and help … Read More

In Bloom in Keene: Promising Practices in Nature-based Early Childhood Education Set for Friday, May 16

Erin Kenny, director of Cedarsong Nature Preschool on Vashon Island, Washington will lead the list of presenter for this year’s In Bloom in Keene conference to be held from 9:00am to 4:00pm on Friday, May 16, at AUNE. She will … Read More

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Bola and Ted Talk to Students in Durham

PsyD students Bola Afolayan and Ted Green attended the New Hampshire Psychological Association Student Conference in Durham, New Hampshire,  to talk with attendees about AUNE’s PsyD program in Clinical Psychology.

MBA Alumni News

Sarah Maine, MBA in Sustainability ’10, wrote in to share about a program she is working on this summer. Camp Start Up is an entrepreneurship camp for teens that will take place this August. Sarah hopes everyone will spread the … Read More

Come Learn About Inclusion and Holistic Special Education

The Spirit of Inclusion: Holistic Special Education will be held at Antioch University New England (AUNE) on Thursday, May 8, from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. in the Community Room. It is free and open to the public. The event, sponsored … Read More

Marti Straus Gives Workshops in D.C., New York, and Canada

Martha Straus, PhD, is on the road a few days this spring, conducting workshops in Washington, D.C., New York City, Corning, New York, and Canada. In March, she presented two workshops at the annual Psychotherapy Networker Symposium in Washington, D.C. … Read More

Speaker Series April 15: Helping Children Be Resilient and Optimistic

With guidance and support, children can be resilient and optimistic, even in the face of adversity and difficult circumstances.  A panel of experts will discuss that “Optimism & Resiliency” during a Spring Speaker Series event, Tuesday, April 15, at Antioch … Read More

MBA in Sustainability is Now More Accessible

The MBA in Sustainability Program at AUNE  has streamlined its structure to make it more accessible to students who want to earn their MBA degree while continuing to work.  As a hybrid program that continues to rely on dynamic student … Read More

AUNE’s Campus Compact for New Hampshire Winners Announced

Stephen Jones, president of Antioch University New England (AUNE), has announced the recipients of the 2014 Presidents’ Campus Compact awards. They are: Presidents’ Leadership Award: Nicole (Nikki) Sauber, master’s student in the Advocacy for Social Justice and Sustainability concentration in … Read More

What’s Up with the Local Dairy Industry? Find Out March 27

The public is invited to a panel on “Local Food Systems:  Challenges & Opportunities in the Dairy Sector,” Thursday, March 27, at Antioch University New England (AUNE). Dr. Taryn E. Fisher, assistant professor and director of AUNE’s MBA in Sustainability … Read More

Join Other Writers on Cape Cod to Write About Nature

If you love to write about nature, don’t miss the Cape Cod Feeding the Writer weekend, April 11-13, at the National Environmental Education Development (NEED)  Center in Truro, Massachusetts. The weekend is facilitated by veteran writers and editors Fred Taylor … Read More

Thank You, AUNE, for Helping Amirah

Lauren Lisembee, a dance/movement therapy student in the Department of Applied Psychology, recently delivered 260 toiletry items to Amirah Inc. in Boston, the result of coordinating an toiletry drive at AUNE for Amirah.  Almost all of the donations came from … Read More

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