New England College

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Overview
Throughout its history, New England College has been recognized for innovative academic programs and leadership in experiential education. Founded in 1946 to offer educational opportunities to veterans eager to return to the workforce, the college pioneered an accelerated and demanding three-year degree program, unique at that time. From the earliest years to the present day, the faculty has included practitioners active in their fields and fostered learning partnerships with external organizations. In 1971, the college acquired a British campus and became one of the first American institutions to offer students a full four-year degree program outside of the United States, an innovation in cross-cultural experiential education. In recent years, the college has effectively utilized technological advancements to extend the reach of its creative and supportive learning community, while still challenging individuals to transform themselves and their world, maintaining a curriculum focused on experiential learning, and fostering collaborative relationships among members of the community.
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ISBN: 9781467124317
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
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State: New Hampshire
Series: Campus History
Images: 187
Pages: 128
Dimensions: 6.5 (w) x 9.25 (h)
Author
Cynthia Burns Martin is professor of business administration at New England College in Henniker, New Hampshire. Alexander “Lex” Scourby is an alumnus of 1975 and longtime member of the New England College Board of Trustees. Most of the images in this book are from the archives of Danforth Library, New England College.
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