William Keating, PhD in Leadership and Change, published his dissertation, A Case Study on Factors Influencing Retention of Mental Health Clinicians in a New Hampshire Community Mental Health Center.
The purpose of Keating’s study is to understand why master-level mental health providers continue working at community mental health centers.
Elana Haviv, PhD, a 2023 graduate of the PhD in Leadership and Change, has published her dissertation entitled Learning from the Courageous Actions of War and Post-War Time Teachers: A Bricolage of Bosnian Educators.
Trisha Swed, PhD, a recent alum of the PhD in Leadership and Change, has published her dissertation entitled, Towards an Ecosystem of Youth Leadership Development.
In the wake of the George Floyd murder in 2020, college campuses were quick to issue statements decrying racism and supporting efforts to promote racial
Antioch University is thrilled to announce that Amy Rutstein-Riley, PhD, MPH, will join the Graduate School of Leadership and Change (GSLC) as Associate Dean to lead the PhD in Leadership and Change program, effective July 1, 2023.
My name is Amy Lesen. I am a Professor of Environmental Leadership and Participatory Change in the Antioch University Graduate School of Leadership and Change. My work is in climate and environmental justice and health justice, and all of my work is in some way collaborative or participatory.
Antioch University’s PhD in Leadership and Change prepares students to lead in many fields. Recently, we caught up with six alumni who are making positive changes in higher education.
Hi, I’m Harriet Schwartz. One meaningful interaction can change our lives. Think of a teacher or a mentor who’s made a difference in your life. Maybe this person helped you get through a difficult time, or perhaps they saw possibilities for you that you didn’t even see for yourself. Sometimes teachers and mentors change our lives…