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  Award-winning Filmmaker Brian Lilla ’93 (BA, Experiential Education) to Give Director’s Remarks and Participate in a Q & A Following the Screening   With 3.6 billion pounds of Roundup sprayed annually on crops grown in the United States, the investigative documentary Children Of the Vine couldn’t be more timely. Shot primarily in the wine regions of Napa and Sonoma Counties, the film…
  Prescott College is pleased to share the news that D. Maurie Lung, PhD, LMHC, LMFT, Director of Adventure-based and Nature-based Counseling Program at Prescott College, is being honored by the Association for Experiential Education (AEE) to deliver the Marina Ewald & Kurt Hahn Address at the AEE Conference this year. The Ewald and Hahn…
We are pleased to announce that Dr. Mary A. Jackson has assumed the leadership of the Outdoor Education Leadership (OEL) Master of Arts Program. Mary has mentored and taught in the program since 2018. An alumna of the former Adventure Education MAP program, Mary has a deep connection to Prescott College and adventure education…
  We are pleased to announce Dr. Gretchen Gano has stepped into the leadership role for the Master of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies program at Prescott College. Our beloved inaugural Director, Dr. Gary Stogsdill, launches his retirement with Faculty Emeritus status after 32 years of service with the College and remains active as an advisor and mentor.  Dr. Gretchen Gano began her affiliation…
  Three Weeks of Interactive Installations that Tell the Story of a Military Wife and Mother Prescott College’s MFA in Social and Environmental Practice is pleased to announce that Jamie Kough will present CAMOUFLAGED, three weeks of interactive installations at the Melrose Trading Post in Hollywood, California.  The dates include:  May 29 - The Self Series June 5 - The Mother Series June 12 -…
SJCO:  You Don’t Know What You Don’t Know I received a text from my cousin Malcolm on May 26, 2020.  Hey Cuz, “Did you hear what happened to George Floyd?  There’s a video of him being killed by police.”  I immediately searched his name and began to watch the first few minutes of his encounter with Derek Chauvin.  I knew how the story ended and I felt helpless, much like the bystanders who…
  Living on the Pacific Coast of Washington’s Olympic Peninsula, Tia Allen (MS ‘21) has found a way to combine her role as a tribal member of the Quinault Indian Nation with her work for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Whether monitoring suspended particulates on the reservation or writing grants for air purification equipment, her work as the Air Quality Program Coordinator…
    The Prescott College Master of Science in Counseling Program will sponsor the Expressive Arts Therapy Summer Institute (EATSI) Wednesday, June 1st through Friday, June 10th.  The Prescott College Expressive Arts Therapy Summer Institute (EATSI) 2022 brings experts in expressive arts therapy and art therapy together with students for a unique intensive learning experience. Through…
  I was looking for a graduate degree that would help me with my work and fortify my education.  I found what I was seeking in the Prescott College Online Master of Arts Degree Program in Social Justice and Community Organizing (SJCO).  It was a Google search for graduate programs in community organizing that started me on a path to success.  Prescott College’s program was a choice.  I turned…