Adjunct faculty member Michelle Banks had the pleasure of teaching this year’s U.S.-Mexico Border Studies course and said that her students were “an incredible group to work with.”
Constance strives to be a resource to students in the campus community through her work as a Residence Assistant and Student Union Board (SUB) member. Through her leadership roles she is able to provide emotional and academic support to the On Campus Undergraduate student body.
Tina Chen strives to open her mind to new experiences and people, accept rather than ignore the problems that are occuring in the world, and practice using her voice to effect change and inspiration.
Prescott College congratulates to Ellen Bashor, Program Coordinator & Adjunct Faculty for our new Center for Nature and Place-Based Early Childhood Education, for being selected as a 2018 ee360 Community EE Fellow!
Prescott College has been named a top ten school for Sustainability Studies by Green Living magazine. The College was recognized alongside such large entities as Arizona State University and Portland State University, demonstrating a far-reaching and all-encompassing program that belies its size.
Doug Hulmes, Professor of Environmental Studies at Prescott College, has a long-time connection with Norwegian Deep Ecologists and leaders in the field of Friluftsliv (Free Air Life) in Norway. So when Jorunn Barane, co-author of Creative Place-Based Environmental Education: Children and Schools as Ecopreneurs for Change invited him to write the foreword for the book, it was a natural choice.
Acclaimed artist, organizer, educator and public speaker Patrisse Cullors joins the faculty of the Social Justice and Community Organizing program at Prescott College.
Jordan Castinado earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Creative Writing with Dual Breadths in Outdoor Recreation, Personal Wellness and Media and Communication. For his senior project, he created a self-published Bachelor of Fine Arts manuscript of his written works over the course of his education at Prescott College.
Prescott College has been named a College of Distinction for the 2018-19 school year. Since 2000, Colleges of Distinction has been a resource for more than 40,000 guidance counselors across the United States. Their mission is to help parents and students find not just the “best college”, but the right college.