Campus: Santa Barbara

Gail Tsukiyama: Poet, Novelist, Teacher

Gail Tsukiyama is the author of seven novels, the most recent of which is A Hundred Flowers. She was born in San Francisco to a Chinese mother and a Japanese father and attended San Francisco State University, where she received

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AUSB Symposium on Healthy Aging a Huge Success

AUSB’s first Symposium on Healthy Aging, April 19-20, 2013, turned out to be a tremendous success with a standing-room only crowd. Presented in conjunction with the MA in Clinical Psychology’s highly regarded Healthy Aging concentration, the two-day Symposium focused on

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Maureen Murdock: Make a Commitment to Your Writing and Show Up

Maureen Murdock is an author, educator, Jungian-oriented psychotherapist and photographer. Author of the bestselling book, The Heroine’s Journey, Maureen conducts workshops on memoir writing and personal myth. She combines her interest in the mysterious workings of the psyche with a study

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Jennifer Bosworth: Writer Extraordinaire.

Hailing from the small, coal-mining town of Price, Utah, Jennifer’s love of storytelling began at an early age. She recalls the backdrop of her childhood: desert and barren hills that served as the canvas for her imagination to run wild.

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AUNE Education Administrator Tom Julius Visits AUSB

AUSB’s Master of Education/Teaching Credentials program recently had the pleasure of hosting an intercampus visit by Tom Julius, Director of Academic Assessment for the Education Department of Antioch University New England (AUNE). Located in New Hampshire, the AUNE campus offers a

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Dr. Leffert Congratulates SBCC on Aspen Prize

On behalf of the University, AUSB President Dr. Nancy Leffert congratulates her colleague, Santa Barbara City College President Dr. Lori Gaskin, on SBCC co-winning the 2013 Aspen Prize for Community College Excellence last week. The prestigious Aspen Institute selected SBCC, together

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BA Student Documentaries Vie in Campus Film Competition

Documentary films produced by two current Media & Communication concentration BA students, Rebecca Anglin and Jeremy Runnels, took top honors in last week’s class competition for the COM-322 Documentary Filmmaking course, taught by BA Program Chair Guy Smith, MA. Ten

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