The winners of the 5th Annual Library Research Awards were honored in the Antioch University Los Angeles Library where they discussed their papers, research strategies, and academic growth during the process. Two additional students were given an honorable mention for their
The Spiritual and Depth Psychology Specialization in the MA in Clinical Psychology Department hosted their Annual Community Celebration with Keynote Speaker Fanny Brewster, PhD, MFA on June 10th in the AULA Library. The day began with Dr. Brewster’s lecture and
Antioch University Los Angeles MA in Education with Teaching Credentials alumna Stacey Harding, received the Outstanding Teacher Award by the Culver City High School PTA. Harding is a Spanish teacher and has been working in the Culver City school district since
Dr. Kirsten Grimstad, faculty member and Co-Chair of the Undergraduate Studies Department, has an essay “Still Struggling with German History: W.G. Sebald, Gunter Demnig, and Activist Memory Workers in Berlin Today” published in Holocaust Studies: A Journal of Culture and History.
URS 5240 *bi·o·mim·ic·ryˌ bīōˈmiməkrē/ noun 1. the design and production of materials, structures, and systems that are modeled on biological entities and processes. Adonia Lugo, Ph.D., is an urban anthropologist, and adjunct faculty for AULA’s MA in Urban Sustainability program.
Claremont School of Theology recently conducted their 2018 Commencement and three of their graduates have Antioch University Los Angeles ties. Karri Anne Backer, 2005 MA in Clinical Psychology graduate, received her PhD. Her dissertation title was “Compassion as a Response