Academics at Prescott College

Steven L. Pace, M.S.W.

Faculty Emeritus

Steven L. Pace, M.S.W.
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220 Grove Avenue
Prescott, AZ 86301
928-350-2243

Steve is an emeritus professor at Prescott College who is excited to work with students as time permits. As the current Director of Standards Development and Accreditation, at the Association for Experiential education, he is well positioned to mentor independent studies that involve the quickly evolving field of Adventure Education. Steve’s other areas of expertise include organizational leadership, interpersonal and group communication, and mediation and conflict resolution. When teaching on campus his courses are co-created with students and contain a compelling mixture of experiential activities, critical thinking, and current theory. 

During the 25 years Steve worked full time at Prescott College he served as Dean of Resident Degrees, Director of Risk Management for Field Activities, and Chair of both the Adventure Education and the Human Development and Counselor Education Departments. Before coming to Prescott College, he worked for eleven years at the Voyageur Outward Bound School

Steve is past President of the Association for Experiential Education and currently serves on the Education Committee of the Wilderness Risk Managers Committee.

 

 

"The inspired students and faculty drawn to Prescott College's mission make being a part of this incredible community both a joy and a privilege."

Steven Pace

Education

Education

M.S.W. University of Denver (June 1986)

Master Practioner, Neurolinguistic Program Center of Colorado (June 1984)

B.S. Environmental Studies, Antioch College (June 1978)

Publications

Publications

"Experiential Education and Learning by Experience: Kurt Matthias Robert Martin Hahn". In Sourcebook of Experiential Education:Key Thinkers and Their Contributions. Edited by Thomas E Smith and Clifford E. Knapp. Routledge, 2011.

Manual of Accreditation of Accreditation Standards for Adventure Programs: Edited by Steven Pace. The Association for Experiential Education, 2009 and 2014.

"The Personal Intelligences in Experiential Education: A Theory in Practice" by Wayne Regina and Steve Pace. In Theory and Practice of Experiential Education. Edited by Karren Warren, Denise Mitten, and TA Loeffler. Association for Experiential Education, 2008.

"International Considerations". In Adminstrative Practices of Accredited Programs. Edited by Michael Gass. Simon and Schuster Custom Publications, 1998.

Instruction at Prescott College

Instruction at Prescott College

Psychology, Human Development, and Counselor Education

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