AUNE Announces the Donna Mellen Management Scholarship

Antioch University New England is pleased to announce the Donna Mellen Management Scholarship to honor Donna Mellen, EdD, retiring core faculty for the Department of Management, for her twenty-five years at AUNE. Her teaching and her values of transformative management and leadership, teamwork, caring and kindness, have helped to guide so many on the journey of self-discovery and empowerment with clarity, high expectations, and compassion.

In addition to the scholarship, Department of Management students, alumni, faculty and staff, are invited to attend Donna’s retirement celebration on April 30 after the MBA practicum presentations. She and Professor Emeritus Ed Tomey will share a friendly conversation sure to be filled with sage wisdom and warm insights. For more information about joining the celebration, please contact Stephanie Tickner, [email protected].

To donate to the the Donna Mellen Management Scholarship, please contact Cindy Rodenhauser Stewart, [email protected]. We hope you will join us in honoring Donna’s tenure, legacy, and the incredible impact she has had on so many AUNE students, by strengthening support for future students in the MBA in Sustainability program.

“Working with Donna Mellen is an honor; she is a generous colleague and consummate educator. Students and alumni often remark that Donna’s classes are pivotal to their experience in, and long after graduating from, the program. We wish her well on upcoming adventures.” – Robbie Hertneky, Chair & Associate Professor, Department of Management

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