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Central Connecticut State University

1615 Stanley Street

New Britain, Connecticut 06050

United States

Company Description

Central Connecticut State University (CCSU) is a regional, comprehensive public university. Comprising five schools, CCSU offers undergraduate and graduate programs. More than 85 percent of CCSU graduates remain in Connecticut, contributing to the intelle ... more

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Employment History

Associate Professor

Central CT State University

Board Chair

Urban Oaks Organic Farm



Jewish Professor of Teacher Education



American Association of University Professors



education doctorate

Web References (46 Total References)

Board of Directors | Urban Oaks Organic Farm [cached]

Elizabeth Aaronsohn, Ed.D., retired associate professor, Teacher Education, CCSU, New Britain: Board chair & secretary.

Endorsers | US Campaign for the Academic and Cultural Boycott of Israel [cached]

Elizabeth Aaronsohn, Central Connecticut State University

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Elizabeth Aaronsohn, Central Connecticut State University

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5. Elizabeth Aaronsohn

Elizabeth Aaronsohn is a retired teacher educator at Central Connecticut State University who experienced supervising student teachers as very much like riding around Mississippi checking in on Freedom Schools. She earned her education doctorate at age 50. She has been active in social justice causes, notably in a Connecticut-based group called We Refuse to Be Enemies - Jews, Muslims, and Christians Working for Peace and Justice in the Middle East, which is linked informally to Jewish Voice for Peace. Aaronsohn is the author of Going Against the Grain: Supporting the Student-Centered Teacher (1996) and The Exceptional Teacher (2003). She is now a full-time volunteer, grant-writer, and board chair at an urban organic farm in New Britain, Connecticut.

Rally calls for end to war | Connecticut Citizen Action Group [cached]

But Liz Aaronsohn, who teaches education at Central Connecticut State University, was more impressed by what she called "ordinary people...from all walks of life" who came to voice their opposition to the war. "If there was a real reason to protect our country, these are the people who would be doing it," the slight, petite Aaronsohn said.

But, "This country was not invaded by Iraq, and it was not invaded by Iran," Aaronsohn said. "It was invaded by the Bush administration." "This shows the huge ground swell' of opposition to the war, Aaronsohn said.

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