Note Focus Area: Education

Dr. Cynthia Thomashow

Dr. Cynthia Thomashow contributed a chapter to the recently published book “Towards Critical Environmental Education,” which provides a strong theoretical background to a rising field that is rapidly gaining in importance. Her chapter is titled “Education for Environmental Equity and

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Kate Sipe ’02

What if classrooms were envisioned as a small democracy? What if our students practiced democracy in their classroom year after year? Further, what if they knew they deserved it? Kate Sipe, ’02, Antioch University Seattle MA in Education with Graduate Teacher

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Andrew Parsons ’19

Andrew Parsons ’19 (Seattle, MA) received the Teacher of the Year award at Park Orchard Elementary School in the Kent School District for the 2019-2020 school year.

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Kristen Brock ’18

Kristen Brock ’18 (New England, MEd) was awarded a mini-grant from the Association for Middle-Level Education (AMLE) for her work with students at Colegio Americano de Guatemala.

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Tiffany Adams ’17

Tiffany Adams ’17 (Seattle, MEd) was featured in a Yes! Magazine article, “Rare Birder Sightings: Bird Watching is Booming, Yet Black Birders are as Rare as a Bird Exists.”

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Aleshanee Akin ’11

Aleshanee Akin ’11 (New England, MEd) introduces readers of all ages to the art of finger knitting. Bare Hand Knitting: Tool-free Knitting at Its Finest (2019) gives whole-hand knitting techniques with illustrated step-by-step instruction.

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Jeremy Rathbun ’07

Jeremy Rathbun ’07 (New England, MEd) was awarded the New Hampshire School Administrators Association Outstanding Service Award, a statewide educational service award.

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Taci Jones ’06

Taci Jones ’06 (Midwest, MEd) received the Excellence in Teaching Award sponsored by the Springfield, OH Rotary Club, Ohio Edison, The Springfield Foundation, and the Chamber of Greater Springfield.

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Padma Gordon ’91

Padma Gordon ’91 (New England, MEd) introduces essential principles and simple tools to have a thriving long-term relationship, providing a roadmap to happiness, and opening doors to experience freedom in true and lasting love in her new book Being Together:

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Glenn Kaufman ’80

Glenn Kaufman ’80 (New England, MEd) is a volunteer for Target Rock Preserve on Long Island and facilitated a cleanup day with Target Department Store employees from all over Long Island.

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Dr. Caryn Park

Antioch University Seattle School of Education teaching faculty Dr. Caryn Park was featured in a CBC story “How to talk to kids about race, and why you should start now.”  Caryn Park, part of the education faculty at Antioch University

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Colleen Million Becomes Principal of OAS

Colleen Million, veteran Progressive Educator and affiliate faculty and supervisor of AUSB’s Teacher Education programs, has been confirmed by the SB Unified School District Board of Trustees as new Principal of Open Alternative School. OAS is AUSB’s partner school for

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