Prescott College faculty member Sheila Sanderson recently published her second collection of poetry, OK by Me.
Prescott College alumna, Ann Marie Boutin, coordinated another Out of the Darkness Community Walk this year with the help of the Arizona Chapter of American Foundation for Suicide Prevention (AFSP)
Jen Zegan-Lister is earning her Bachelor of Arts in Human Development with a breadth in Cultural Awareness. With her undergraduate studies coming to an end, Jen is preparing to do her Senior Project on Trauma, Resilience & Hope.
Environmental Studies Professor Doug Hulmes was invited to present in Norway at the North Atlantic Forum on Sustainability of Rural Landscapes.
Prescott College alumna, Sue Knaup published a new memoir, called Bike Hunt, which uncovers disturbing patterns in bicycle advocacy and other nonprofits.
Prescott College was featured on the front page of The Daily Courier, highlighting its new scholarship initiatives.
Kurt Refsnider teaches Bikepacking and Geology, alongside Adventure Educator Kaitlyn Boyle. His article, Fully loaded: lessons from first-time bikepackers, was recently published in Bike Magazine.
Prescott College’s sustainable campus village student housing project earned a prestigious Crescordia Award at Arizona Forward’s 37th annual Environmental Excellence Awards presented by Salt River Project.
When it was announced that funding for 21st Century Community Learning Centers, an after-school program aimed at improving academic outcomes, would be cut from the federal budget, Prescott College alumni Courtney Osterfelt knew that something needed to be done.