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In times of stress, new collaborations can be the beginning of beautiful relationships. In the case of Arizona Serve, a program of Prescott College and Americorps, this means the start of a partnership with People Who Care, a nonprofit volunteer caregiving organization. In light of changes occurring in response to COVID-19, this partnership seeks to pair volunteers from both organizations with…
  It’s been a busy month for Prescott College Adjunct Faculty Member Brett Hartl. Brett, who earned a bachelor’s degree from Prescott College in conservation biology, is the Government Affairs Director at the Center for Biological Diversity, has been an influential voice on several issues both nationally and here in Arizona.  A February 2nd article in the Prescott Daily Courier discusses changes…
Prescott College Partners with Verto to Provide an Accredited Freshman Year Abroad Program  Prescott, AZ -- (12/20/2019) - Today, Prescott College announced it has become a partner school with Verto Education, allowing students to spend their freshman year of college abroad. Incoming college freshman can now opt to spend their first semester, or year abroad earning general education credits, and…
Prescott, AZ, Nov 21, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Prescott, Arizona - Today, Arizona’s Prescott College announced the unveiling of their new Social and Environmental Arts Practice MFA program helmed by Patrisse Cullors, artist, activist, educator/public speaker, Black Lives Matter Global Network co-founder, founder and chairperson of Reform L.A. Jails, as the Faculty Director. The program,…
Amy R. Juan to Deliver Keynote Presentation Friday, November 15th, 7:00-9:00 p.m.  Prescott College’s Annual Master’s Colloquium set for November 15-17, 2019 promises to be an exciting and stimulating community experience. Prescott is proud to welcome Amy R. Juan to campus as the 2019 Master’s Colloquium keynote speaker. Born and raised on the Tohono O’odham Nation, representing the Buzzard Clan…
Dr. Emily Affolter, a Prescott College faculty member and the director of the College's Ph.D. program in Sustainability Education, is leading a NAMEPA (National Association of Multicultural Engineering Program Advocates) Webinar on Wednesday, November 13, 4 - 5 pm Eastern (2 - 3 pm in Arizona). The NAMEPA 2019 Webinar Series focuses on connecting the gap between research and practice. The…
Erica Flood, a photographer, educator, and alumnus of Prescott College, is challenging Easthampton, MA District 2 City Councilor Homer Gomez, for his seat on the Council. She said, “I’m not really against anybody. I’m running for a seat. Unfortunately, there’s one seat.” …
  The unique programs at Prescott College and the self-directed nature of its curriculum attract motivated students, eager to learn in an experiential environment, keen to make a difference in their communities. Emma Howland-Bolton, an educator, activist, and alumna of Prescott College, has been vocal on issues at the cross-section of politics and education. Howland-Bolton made news in March…
  Dr. Robin Currey, Prescott College Faculty and Director of the Master of Science in Sustainable Food Systems was interviewed for an article in Forbes Magazine called: 5 Tips For Getting Ahead From An Unusual STEM Career. Dr. Currey was selected…