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Anxiety Management, Yes You Can! Panel Discussion

The Santa Barbara Undergraduate Studies program hosted “Anxiety Management, Yes You Can! Panel Discussion” on Friday, July 22, 2022, at the Campus. Attendees came to the event in person and via zoom. Panelists Nancy Newman, Barbara Greenfield, and Santa Barbara Undergraduate Program Chair Anna Kwong shared their experiences and helpful tips for anxiety management. It was a fantastic Friday and a great way to kick off the weekend!

Sean Creighton ’06

Sean Creighton ’06 (GSLC, PhD) was recently featured in the podcast, Rebuilding the American Dream. In this episode, Dr. Creighton discusses his passion for the intersection of higher education and partnerships, and how the institutions that belong to the New American Colleges and Universities have built a trusted network for collaboration and deliver a purposeful education. Listen to the podcast here and find out more about NACU by visiting here. Learn more about Dr. Creighton and read his dissertation Community Partner Indicators of Engagement: An Action Research Study on Campus-Community Partnership here.

Khavin Debbs ’18

Khavin Debbs ’18 (Antioch Seattle, MA in Education with Urban Environmental Education) was appointed to Executive Director position of Tiny Trees, a nationally recognized innovator of outdoor preschool education. “Tiny Trees has come a long way, and I have been very fortunate to watch it evolve into what it is today,” said Debbs. “It wasn’t always pretty; hard conversations and unforeseen challenges have tested my resolve and resilience. However, as I look forward to what we can accomplish together, I’m filled with cautious optimism, excitement, and determination as we work to make Tiny Trees deeply rooted in community, informed by

Martha Freymann Miser ’11 and Leatrice Oram ’16

Martha Freymann Miser ’11 (GSLC, PhD) and Leatrice Oram ’16 (GSLC, PhD) were interviewed for a LinkedIn live Event sponsored by the Association for Coaching on July 26. They discussed the joys and challenges of introversion in the era of hybrid working and coaching.    

Susie Spikol ‘ 94

Susie Spikol ‘ 94 (Antioch New England, ES) published her first book for kids called The Animal Adventurer’s Guide, How to Prowl for an Owl, Make Snail Slime and Catch a Frog Bare-Handed, published by Roost Books, is available in stores this September. For almost 30 years Susie has been a naturalist with the Harris Center for Conservation Education in Hancock, NH and much of her book is based on her experiences with children through the Harris Center. “So much of what is in this book developed from my time at Antioch studying with Meade Cadot, Rick van de Poll,

Becca Berkey ’14

Becca Berkey ’14 (Antioch New England, PhD Environmental Studies) was featured on an episode of the podcast The Life Shift Podcast titled “Sometimes Things Shatter to Reveal Our Authentic Selves” hosted by Matt Gilhooly.

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