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Christopher Broughton-Bossong completed his Bachelors of Science in Environmental Studies with an emphasis in Wildlife Conservation and  has continued his studies through the Master of Arts in Environmental Studies at Prescott College. His main goal is to combat the pandemic of wildlife poaching. After a friend referred Christopher to Prescott College, he discovered how flexible the…

Launching his senior project, called Post-Hurrican Disaster Relief: Sustainability and Restoration Ecology of a Small Scale Landowner’s Property in Puerto Rico, with a two week field assignment, Michael Reveile (‘18) researched the succession and restoration of the island’s tropical ecosystem after the natural disturbance of Hurricane Maria. He and two other Prescott College students,…

  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. The thirty participants including current students and faculty, alongside previous faculty and alumni from the late 1960s to the 1980s, providing a multi-generational community. The breadth and depth of…

Conner McElroy ('20) is an On Campus Undergraduate at Prescott College, taking courses in multiple disciplines in order to better establish where his interests lie. His course load includes classes in adventure education, ceramics and sustainable agriculture. Conner had the opportunity to learn more about his home in Monterey Bay while taking Sea Kayaking & Marine Natural History at…

  The Prescott College Tucson Center has had some major developments over the past few weeks, led by Dr. Anita Fernández. In a quest to share the College’s experiential education model to a broader audience of students, on May 18 Dr. Fernández, along with Changemaker High School CEO Luis Perales, presented to the Prescott College Corporate Board a partnership with Mexicayotl Academy and…

  Natasha Riccio has earned her Bachelors of Science in Environmental Studies with a breadth in both Outdoor Recreation and Personal Wellness this May. Her senior project focused on sea turtle conservation in Bahia de Kino. She was initially inspired to start her education at Prescott College because of the opportunities to expand her learning through extensive field work and hands on…

  Doug Hulmes, Professor of Environmental Studies and Education, has taught the Environmental Education Methods course for many years. This is an upper division course focused on training Prescott College students to take 5th graders from the Prescott Unified School District out on educational adventures in the Prescott area. A major component of the course is the seven-week long…

  Prescott College had a strong presence at this year’s Earth Day celebration on the courthouse square on April 21. First celebrated in 1970, Earth Day is a call to action for the global community to address climate change, foster a sustainable and healthy environment, and protect our planet for future generations. Earth Day was a great success in faculty member Ellen Bashor’s eyes…

  April 14th marked the awarding of the first group of Ph.D. in Sustainability Education degrees in a hooding ceremony on campus. Hooding is a special part of awarding a doctoral degree that is steeped in hundreds of years of tradition. The colors of a doctoral hood represent the academic discipline. The Sustainability Education program is interdisciplinary in nature. Therefore, three…