Antioch University New England
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Antioch University New England campus
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|Location||Keene, New Hampshire, 03431, United States|
Antioch University New England is a private graduate school located in Keene, New Hampshire, United States. It is part of the Antioch University system, a private, non-profit, 501(c)3 institution, that includes campuses in Seattle, Washington; Los Angeles, California; Santa Barbara, California; and Yellow Springs, Ohio. It is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission. The most well-known campus was Antioch College, which is now independent of the Antioch University system.
- 1 History
- 2 Academics
- 3 Alumni and faculty
- 4 References
- 5 External links
The school moved from Putney to Harrisville, in the New Hampshire hills. It expanded, offering more graduate programs and expanding the scope of the education department. The name was then changed to Antioch New England Graduate School.
Antioch College of Ohio was the most well-known campus in the system, founded in 1852 by Horace Mann and known for its liberal politics, for example its 1990 policy requiring explicit verbal consent before any sexual act amongst students. Coretta Scott King and Stephen Jay Gould were graduates.
However, the Antioch system faced difficult times in the 2000s. Its board chose to close Antioch College to retrench and reduce costs. An alumni-controlled group was able to negotiate a separation between Antioch College and the adult education system of which Antioch University New England is a part. AUNE no longer is affiliated with Antioch College.
Antioch University New England, as it is currently known, is situated in a renovated furniture factory in Keene, New Hampshire, almost exactly midway between the former locations. It serves a student body of around 1,000 students, offering four certificate programs, master's degrees in twenty-three different programs, and three doctoral programs.
Students are required to perform up to 600 hours of on-the-job experience through internships. Classes are scheduled with the working student in mind. To create the time for those internships, each department usually holds all its classes on one or two days of the week.
Antioch University New England department of Applied Psychology offers master's degrees in
- Clinical Mental Health Counseling, accredited by CACREP, prepares students to sit for examination as an LMHC/LPC, and includes an option to focus specifically on Substance Abuse Counseling. It is the only program in New England which offers graduates the ability to be dually licensed as Mental Health Counselors (LMHC/LPC) and Substance Abuse Counselors (LDAC).
- Dance/Movement Therapy and Counseling is one of only six graduate programs in the United States approved by the American Dance Therapy Association. Likewise, students in this program have the option of taking courses which will lead them to LMHC licensure.
- Marriage & Family Therapy. Accredited by COAMFTE, graduates of the Masters program are able to practice as Licensed Marriage & Family Therapists (LMFT).
The department also offers:
- PhD in Marriage and Family Therapy
- Certificates in Marriage and Family Therapy, Autism Spectrum Disorders and Applied Behavior Analysis
Antioch University New England offers master's of education degrees in Elementary, Early Childhood, and Special Education Teacher Certification; Working Educators; and Waldorf Teacher Education, as well as a certificate in Waldorf Teacher Education. The Working Educator MEd program offers seven concentrations: Next Generation Learning Using Technology, Educating for Sustainability, Teacher Leadership, Problem-Based Learning Using Critical Skills, Self-Designed, Autism Spectrum Disorders, and Applied Behavior Analysis, as well as an MEd and a certificate in Principal Certification.
The university offers one of three established Waldorf Teacher Training programs in the United States (besides Sunbridge Institute and Rudolf Steiner College). Antioch's Waldorf training program offers optional state certification and master's degree additions to the Waldorf training. The Antioch Center for School Renewal, the service wing of the education department, provides support for teachers and schools.
AUNE offers a master's degree in Environmental Studies with concentrations in conservation biology, advocacy for social justice and sustainability, environmental education, science teacher certification, sustainable development and climate change, and self-designed studies. It also offers a master's degree in resource management and conservation and a PhD in environmental studies.
A student internship in Environmental Studies eventually blossomed into a journal published nationwide and respected in its field. Antioch University New England proudly reaps the fruit of that project, the biennial annual environmental journal Whole Terrain, a journal of "reflective environmental practice."
Antioch University New England's Advocacy for Social Justice and Sustainability concentration was recognized by MoveOn.org's Executive Director, Eli Pariser, as a model program for working positively to promote and protect the environment.
Antioch New England offers a Master's of Business Administration (MBA) in sustainability, in accelerated, full, part-time, and online formats.
Alumni and faculty
Notable Antioch University New England faculty
- David Sobel is a faculty member in the Education Department. He has written about place-based education. He is the author of Beyond Ecophobia: Reclaiming the Heart in Nature Education (1996 ISBN 0-913098-50-7), Place-Based Education: Connecting Classrooms and Communities (2004 ISBN 0-913098-54-X), Mapmaking with Children: Sense-of-Place Education for the Elementary Years (1998 ISBN 0-325-00042-5), and Children's Special Places: Exploring the Role of Forts, Dens, and Bush Houses in Middle Childhood (1993 ISBN 0-913705-81-0).
- Tom Wessels is faculty emeritus in Antioch's Department of Environmental Studies faculty. His books include The Myth of Progress: Toward a Sustainable Future (2006 ISBN 978-1584654957), Untamed Vermont (2003), The Granite Landscape: A Natural History of America’s Mountain Domes from Acadia to Yosemite (2001), Forest Forensics: A Field Guide to Reading the Forested Landscape (2010 ISBN 978-0881509182) and Reading the Forested Landscape: A Natural History of New England (1997 ISBN 978-0881504200)."
Notable Antioch University New England alumni
- Jerome Clayton Glenn (M.Ed Social Science - Futuristics) is the co-founder and Director of The Millennium Project and Executive Director of the American Council for the United Nations University.
- David Sobel (M.Ed) is currently a core faculty member at Antioch (see above).
- "AUNE History". Antioch University New England. Retrieved July 31, 2013.
- Stephen Smith. "An Old School Made New". American Public Media. Retrieved July 31, 2013.
- "Antioch University New England Students". Antioch University New England. Retrieved July 31, 2013.
- Steve Chase (October 4, 2006). "New Study on Activist Training in Academia". Antioch University of New England Environmental Studies. Retrieved July 31, 2013.
- Antioch University New England. "About ANE: ANE History." (2006). World Wide Web. Retrieved October 24, 2006, Link
- Antioch University New England. "About ANE: ANE Students." (2006). World Wide Web. Retrieved October 24, 2006, Link
- Antioch University New England. "About ANE: Mission and Values." (2006). World Wide Web. Retrieved October 24, 2006, Link
- Antioch University New England. "Antioch New England" (2006). World Wide Web. Retrieved October 24, 2006, Link
- Antioch Center for School Renewal. "Antioch New England: Antioch Center for School Renewal" (2006). World Wide Web. Retrieved October 24, 2006, Link
- Antioch New England Institute. "Building Stronger Communities and Schools" (2006). World Wide Web. Retrieved October 24, 2006, Link
- Antioch University New England. "Antioch New England: News & Event Details" (2006). World Wide Web. Retrieved October 25, 2006, Link
- Grad Profiles. "Antioch New England." Retrieved June 11, 2007, Link
- MediaMente. "Jerome Clayton Glenn." Retrieved June 11, 2007, Link
- Watts, Heidi. (2000) Antioch in New England: The First Eight Years, Antioch New England Graduate School. ISBN 1-881245-13-6
- Antioch University New England official website
- Antioch University New England: Antioch Center for School Renewal
- Antioch University New England: Multicultural Center for Practice and Research
- Antioch University New England: Monadnock Ecological Research and Education Project
- Antioch University New England: Center for Tropical Ecology and Conservation
- Keene Community Garden Connections
- The Leadership Academy
- 50 States Profile of Antioch University New England
- Gradschools.com profile of Antioch University New England
Other Antioch campuses
- Antioch University overview
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- Antioch University Seattle
- Antioch University Los Angeles
- Antioch University Santa Barbara