Beacon College anthrozoology instructor Brian Ogle was named 2016 Humane Educator of the Year by the animal-rights advocacy group Animalearn. The award salutes Ogle, who pilots the anthrozoology program at Beacon College — the first higher education institution accredited to award bachelor’s degrees to students who learn differently, and only the second U.S. undergraduate school […]
How To Ditch The Bad Habits That Will Hold You Back This Year| In The Media, Uncategorized
Dr. Richard V. Perrone, chair of the department of human services and psychology at Beacon College, offers advice on how to jettison negative practices to help employees get ahead this year in this article in Fast Company. Read all about it.
Beyond Awesome Benefits of Olympic Weightlifting| In The Media, Uncategorized
Dr. AJ Marsden, an assistant professor of psychology and human services and an avid weightlifter, weighs in on why weightlifting inspires, builds self-confidence and esteem for women in this article in Shape magazine. Read all about it.
11 Workout Etiquette Rules You’re Probably Forgetting| In The Media, Uncategorized
Steven McDaniels, director of fitness and athletics at Beacon College, shares some Miss Manners advice on workout gaffes to avoid in this article in Bustle. Read all about it.
Wonderful Life: a welcome seasonal treat| In The Media, Uncategorized
Christopher Irving, a professor of English Literature and Rhetoric at Beacon College, reveals the enduring allure of the Christmas classic “It’s a Wonderful Life” in this article in The Daily Gazette in Schenectady, NY. Read all about it.
Feeling proud of who I am: The greatest gift of all time| In The Media, Uncategorized
Avital “Avi” Plotkin, a sophomore at Beacon College, shares how tragedy led to self-discovery in this The Orlando Sentinel New Voices column. Read all about it.
When fear drives parenting, what happens to the kids?| In The Media, Uncategorized
Dr. Linda Lucas, a licensed mental health counselor and assistant professor in the department of human services at Beacon College, gives advice on avoiding fear-based parenting in this Deseret News piece. Read all about it.
Beacon Students Bring the “Toy” of Christmas to Needy Leesburg Children| Beacon News, Uncategorized
With the cost to do business in a globalized world ever increasing, even Santa Claus outsources. Fortunately, the jolly ol’ elf found willing workers in Leesburg on the campus of Beacon College. For about a week, Greek-letter groups Lambda Epsilon Omega and Xi Kappa Xi, the residence life team and other staffers were busy elves […]
If You're Newly Sober, The Holidays Can Be A Struggle — But These Strategies Can Help| In The Media, Uncategorized
Dr. Nicki Nance, assistant professor of psychology and human services, shares tips for the newly sober on how to stay on the wagon during the holiday season in this Bustle piece. Read all about it.
The Trump Mandate?| In The Media, Uncategorized
Dr. Christopher Huff, an assistant professor of history discusses with Kiara Ashanti whether President-elect Donald Trump will go into office with a mandate on this recent episode of “The Trump Podcast.” Listen here.