The Prescott College Equine Program (EQP) hosted its 13th annual Best Practices symposium, Standing on the Shoulders of Giants, at Juniper Well Ranch in Skull Valley, Arizona.
Currently, Conner is involved in an independent study on ceramics and has opened it to the Prescott College community in the form of a student club.
“The development of the K-20 Changemaker Campus is an opportunity for the college, Changemaker High School and Mexicayotl Academy to model experiential, culturally responsive, dual language and environmentally just pedagogy across the grade levels. We envision this partnership attracting educators, organizers, administrators and social entrepreneurs to visit the campus and learn from the dynamic activities happening there.”
Natasha Riccio has earned her Bachelors of Science in Environmental Studies with a competence in Outdoor Recreation and breadth in Personal Wellness this May. Her senior project focused on sea turtle conservation in Bahia de Kino.
What is unique about the Environmental Education program at Prescott College is the focus on the history of landscapes in addition to a scientific curriculum. Hulmes says, “It is critical that students have a historic understanding of their environment.”
April 14th marked the awarding of the first group of in Ph.D. in Sustainability Education degrees in a unique “hooding” ceremony on campus. Hooding is a special part of awarding a doctoral degree that is steeped in hundreds of years of tradition.
Thirty-two students and their instructors visited Prescott College and the town of Prescott on April 13 as part of extended educational tour of the Southwest.
From recent college graduates to retirees, social workers to construction workers, the members of Housing Action Illinois’ diverse AmeriCorps VISTA Network are united under one goal: to end poverty by expanding access to affordable housing. “While the VISTA program aims to build the sustainable capacity of organizations to carry out their mission, it ends up doing so much more,” says Prescott College alum Willie Heineke, Housing Action’s Outreach Associate. “This program empowers the next generation of change agents.”
Prescott College announced today that undocumented students with or without DACA status who are attending or planning to attend an Arizona state university will be welcomed at Prescott College for a lower tuition rate than they will now be forced to pay at an Arizona state university.