In association with the NEST discipline (New Earth Science & Technology) of the School of Science & Design Innovation, we are delighted to announce these new faculty:
Don Paris, PhD (h.c.) is a longtime friend to the NewEarth Project based in the USA and Bali. World renown for his groundbreaking radionics research and the Chi-O, Dr. Don Paris has joined NEU’s distinguished faculty focused on pioneering scalar technology sharing decades of his wisdom-knowledge.
Don was awarded an honorary doctorate degree in Human Sciences from the International University of Vitalogical Sciences in Stockholm Sweden in 2000 for his work with the SE-5 and scalar energies. He is well loved for his style of bringing challenging concepts into an easy-to-understand language as a popular speaker at the Global Sciences Congress, Congress of Spiritual Scientists, Quantum Energy Medicine Conference and the United States Psychotronics Association.
Dr. Paris has been a guest on NEU’s Kaleidoscope web TV show, offering in-depth educational information and research on EMFs, the SE-5, scalar technology and its astounding application: the “Chi-O” Chi Organizer. Also a musician, he’s dedicated himself to bridging the barrier of the physical boundaries to the subtle dimensional realities.
Best wishes to him for many vibrant and fun years of collaboration through his unique contributions in: research, writings, library resources, courses, webinars and on-site programs. May these activities bring great benefit to all sentient beings. We welcome Dr. Don into NewEarth University as a senior advisor.
In association with NEU’s disciplines: Ecology & Regeneration; and Learning & Education, the NEST
is delighted to announce that Gail Bennington, MA of New York, USA, has recently joined its distinguished faculty passionately focused on developing innovative curriculum in the fields of geology, eco-sustainability, and new paradigm education. With an extensive background as a science educator, Gail combines her love for nature with helping students.
Ms. Bennington is currently the director of Hofstra University’s Summer Science Research Program and an adjunct professor in Hoftra’s STEM program; and its Department of Geology, Environmental Science and Sustainability since 1998. She has a Certificate of Advanced Studies in Education Administration, an MA in Secondary Education, and a BA in Geological Science, all received at Hofstra University, New York, USA.
Gail is currently writing curriculum for courses to bring pre-service teachers outdoors during class meetings, which will motivate them to bring their students outside as often as possible. She travels worldwide to conferences keeping up with the pulse of our Earth, while championing innovations to implement her creative visioning with NEU.
Welcome and best wishes to Gail for many vibrant years of collaboration through her cutting-edge contributions in: research, writings, library resources, courses, webinars and on-site programs. May these auspicious activities bring great benefit to all sentient beings through her role as a senior advisor with the NewEarth University.