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Los Angeles

Free Therapy Program Connects Those in Need With Student Trainees

As experts warn about a shadow pandemic of emotional distress and trauma-related disturbances, Antioch University Los Angeles’ Graduate Psychology Department is launching a free therapy program to help address this growing need. Arising from a student initiative, Antioch Community Therapy

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Los Angeles

2020 Horace Mann Upstanders Winners Announced

Antioch University Los Angeles’ Education Department has announced its 2020 Horace Mann Upstanders Winners: Lynne Kelly has won the Horace Mann Upstanders Book Award for Song for a Whale and Gordon Korman, author of Unteachables, has won the Horace Mann

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Los Angeles

The Social Determinants of Death from COVID-19

“Who Knew How Bad Things Were, and Who Was Looking Elsewhere?” An interview with Dr. Adonia Lugo On January 14, Angelenos got the startling news that jet fuel had fallen over part of the region, raining down on school children

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Los Angeles

Required Course Texts

For those of you who sometimes count on the AULA library’s reserve shelf to access some of the texts assigned to your classes, there is good news. Wherever possible, the AU Library will purchase e-book access to the books that

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Los Angeles

Preparations and Support for Remote Learning

Dear AULA Students, In the past few days, I have heard from many of you, and I am moved by the collective capacity of our community to face the intensity of change and disruption with grace, and equanimity. Thank you,

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Los Angeles

Days Of Dialogue On Criminal Justice Reform Panel

Antioch University Los Angeles hosted “CRIMINAL JUSTICE REFORM: Bridging our Perspectives for a more Peace-Able World” on its campus on Feb 8, 2020. The panel discussion was presented by Mediators Beyond Borders International LA, Days of Dialogue, and the U.N.

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Los Angeles

Dr. Lugo Presents on The Open Streets Model

Dr. Adonia Lugo, MA in Urban Sustainability (USMA) Interim Chair and Teaching Faculty, gave two presentations on the open streets model at Oregon State University (OSU) in Corvallis, Oregon in late February 2020. “OSU has been developing an innovative approach

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Los Angeles

Lisa Locascio Joins MFA in Creative Writing Program

Author and Academic Lisa Locascio has joined the MFA in Creative Writing program as a Core Faculty in Fiction. Locascio comes to Antioch with a decade of teaching experience at various institutions including Wesleyan University, UCLA, USC, Colorado College, and

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Victoria Chang
Los Angeles

Victoria Chang Awarded a Lannan Foundation Residency Fellowship

Victoria Chang, Chair of the MFA in Creative Writing Program was awarded a Lannan Foundation Residency Fellowship for 2020. The Lannan Residency Fellowship provides uninterrupted writing time for poets, writers, essayists, translators, scholars, curators, as well as Native American, environmental and

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