Academics at Prescott College
Gret Antilla, M.C.
"“I believe that we teach to create transformational experiences for students and therefore are susceptible to being transformed as well. The more we engage in the work of being liberal artists ourselves and assisting students to have a depth as well as breadth of knowledge, we can meet the changes the global century will bring.”"Gret Antilla
Bachelor of Arts in Secondary Education and Political Science, Arizona State University
Master of Counseling Psychology with an empahsis in Student Personnel Administration, Arizona State Unversity
Gret is the current Executive Director of the Consortium for Innovative Environments in Learning, having joined the organization in October 2008. Her term will end December 2012. The opportunity to serve students and faculty by advancing the ability of higher education to meet their needs in highly complex, global context is exciting and challenging. Her background spans a 30 year career in higher education and her interests have been in individualized, learning-centered, problem-based, interdisciplinary curriculum design where both faculty members and student collaborate to meet essential learning outcomes and develop scholarship.
AAC&U Annual Meeting, 2010 - Pre-meeting workshop: Integrative and Applied Learning: Students Doing What They Know
Helios Scholars Program - grant for Early Chilhood Educators