“Many students are intimidated by the idea of learning research methods as they imagine that the course is designed to teach them to be scientists; it isn’t,” said Cadyn Cathers, MA, Affiliate Faculty for the MA in Psychology Program and
Having served in leadership roles for much of her life, Kathy Burba is now sharing her experience with others. When she retired four years ago after 27 years as a U.S. Army Colonel, she had expected to stay in the
Connections, Symbols, and Motivations Nicola Tannion is fascinated by the underlying patterns, connections, symbols, and motivations that connect human beings cross-culturally through ritual and myth. “By presenting hidden paradigms, I hope to shift discussions or assumptions just a fraction
Welcome to Xtreme Research 10.0, better known as Introduction to Research Design with Jimmy Karlan, EdD, Core Faculty in the Environmental Studies (ES) program at Antioch University New England and AUNE alum (1981). In his 25th year of teaching at
Author Shome Dasgupta shares his experience in the MFA in Creative Writing program as well news on his latest books Mute, a collection of short stories, and Pretend I Am Someone You Like, a novel. At what time in your life
As the Director of Adult Services at the Greater Nashua Mental Health Center, AUNE PsyD Alumnus, Thomas Hulslander, has to supervise a wide variety of clinicians and he credits his Antioch education for providing him with the skills necessary to succeed in that kind of milieu: “We employ many undergraduate level providers— case managers and functional support providers, for example.
Alumna Credits Antioch’s Support Group for Racial and Ethnic Diversity (SERD) for “Inspiring” Her Professional Work Allyssa Lanza, PsyD, class of 2014, currently works as a full time clinical psychologist at the Fredericksburg Community Based Outpatient Clinic (CBOC), a satellite
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