Ellen Greenblum’s Opening the Creative Person Block class worked with Jonathan Best at the comMUSIKey studio to create an original pop song called “Know”.
AffordableCollegesOnline.org (ACO), a leader in higher education information, resources and rankings has recognized Prescott College for their excellence in online learning.
Explorations in Sustainable Community Development allows students to focus on their own communities for learning opportunities.
On Friday, March 2, the Prescott College Franz Fanon Community Strategy Center is co-hosting the 1st Annual Northern Educators Conference: "Education & Liberation Not Deportation" with Scholarships AZ from Tucson.
TIffini Eugene Jones, ’93, has been selected to be in the third cohort of all female scientists to participate in a year long global leadership building project. The HB2019 program, based in Australia, culminates in a two-week expedition to Antarctica studying climate change science with scientific innovators and leaders in the field. As a chemist, sustainability consultant, and doctoral student in Sustainability Education, this strategic partnership carries both personal and professional opportunities for Tiffini.
Prescott College has awarded full tuition scholarships to five students from around the country. The recipients will begin classes during the spring semester this month. Students were selected based upon their passion and excitement for the mission and programs of Prescott College as demonstrated by their previous experience and commitment to use their degree to address the social, cultural, economic, educational, environmental, or health crises facing communities today.
Prescott College faculty member Mariana Altrichter published a scientific paper, co-authored by a nine-year-old boy from Prescott named Dante de Kort. Dante saw a dead collared peccary (a.k.a. javelina) in his backyard and noticed that the rest of the herd was hanging out next to the body. He decided to put a sensor video camera next to the carcass to record what happened next. The results were stunning.
Tom Fleischner, Faculty Emeritus and Executive Director of the Natural History Institute, edited the new anthology, Nature, Love, Medicine: Essays On Wildness and Wellness (Torrey House Press, 2017). The book includes contributions from Prescott College alumni Melanie Bishop, Edie Dillon, and Gary Paul Nabhan, along with those from Thich Nhat Hanh, Jane Hirshfield, Robin Wall Kimmerer, Lauret Savoy, and many others.