Antioch New England graduation speaker celebrates service
Merilee Frable, MS '14, and Marilyn Castriotta MS '14, graduated from Antioch University New England's environmental studies program. Marilyn was awarded the President's Distinguished Leadership Award. (COURTESY)
Hessler-Radelet also compared Antioch to the Peace Corps, saying they are both dedicated to igniting global change by translating knowledge and understanding into action that makes a difference in the world.
During her visit to New Hampshire, Hessler-Radelet and AUNE President Dr. Stephen Jones expanded the organizations’ partnership through a new agreement to launch a Peace Corps Master’s International program at the University.
“The Peace Corps and Antioch share a lot of values, a commitment to social and environmental justice, an interest in nurturing global citizens and a commitment to service,” she said in a phone interview Friday. One hundred thirty-eight graduates received diplomas at Antioch University New England commencement held at the Keene Middle School Saturday.
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