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Horace Mann Spirit of Service 2016 Award Winners Announced

Keene, NH (May 24, 2016)–Antioch University New England (AUNE) has named the recipients of the 2016 Horace Mann Spirit of Service Awards.  Each year winners are selected in three categories: the Citizens Award, the Staff/Faculty Award and the Alumni Award … Read More

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Dr. Marti Straus in Saskatchewan – Treating Trauma in Adolescents

Clinical Psychology professor Marti Straus went to Regina Saskatchewan in mid-May to present a two-day workshop on treating trauma in adolescents. Her generous hosts were Ehrlo Counselling Services and the Psychology Association of Saskatchewan.

Two Clinical Psychology Students Receive Horace Mann Spirit of Service Scholarship

Five students, two of whom are Clinical Psychology students, have been awarded a 2016 AUNE Horace Mann Spirit of Service Scholarship in the amount of $2,500 each.  A committee selected this year’s recipients from a pool of 30 applicants. Named … Read More

AUNE Alumna and Author Jennifer Lovett’s First Book, Beavers Away!, Published by Beaver’s Pond Press

Beaver’s Pond Press has published Beavers Away!, a children’s book written and illustrated by Jennifer Lovett, MS Environmental Studies ‘14. Based on a true story about Elmo Heter, a game warden for Idaho Fish and Game, Beavers Away! chronicles his … Read More

Department of Environmental Studies | 2015-16 Student Awards and Scholarships

Toni Murdock Student Innovation Award – Apollinaire William, PhD candidate William’s path to AUNE and his doctoral dissertation research exemplifies the spirit of innovation and entrepreneurship. William was an integral member of a team that designed BSc and MS programs … Read More

Antioch University New England Awards Charlton (Charlie) MacVeagh Jr. with Honorary Doctorate Degree

Antioch University New England (AUNE) bestowed Charlton (Charlie) MacVeagh Jr. of Marlborough, New Hampshire, with an honorary doctorate degree at its commencement ceremony on May 14, 2016, in Keene. “Charlie has served as board chair over my entire three-year tenure,”said … Read More

Commencement 2016 | A Life of Service

Student Speaker–Jason Rhoades, PhD, Environmental Studies I am well aware of the passion, the experience, and the expertise found among all of you within this room. It is a humbling honor to have the chance to speak with you today. … Read More

Commencement 2016 | Sustainability Pledge

Greetings from Student Organizations and Recitation of the Sustainability and Social Justice Pledge by Chad Czelusniak-Serviss, president, Net Impact Club Keene, NH (May 14, 2015)–“The Wheel of Time turns, and Ages come and pass, leaving memories that become legend. Legend … Read More

Book Reading in Albany, NY – Daughters, Dads, and the Path Through Grief: Tales from the Italian America

The Book House of Stuyvesant Plaza will host the co-author of Daughters, Dads, and the Path Through Grief: Tales from the Italian America, Lorraine Mangione, PhD, on Saturday, May 21, 2016 at 3 pm in Albany, NY. Dr. Mangione will … Read More

Antioch University affirms transgender students

Antioch University Community, You may be aware that a recent edition of the Antioch Review contains an essay concerning the transgender community that is garnering significant discussion. The Antioch Review is owned and operated by Antioch College, which is no … Read More

Apply by July 1, 2016 for Final Master’s International Cohort | Peace Corps Retires Master’s International Program After Nearly 30 Years

In late April, the Peace Corps made the difficult decision to retire the Master’s International program and focus its resources on other partnership opportunities. Established in 1987, the program pairs graduate studies with Peace Corps service. The partnership between Peace … Read More

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