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Acclaimed Scholar Visits UEE Class

In February, acclaimed educational scholar Dr. Christine Sleeter was a guest speaker in the Urban Environmental Education Program’s “Multicultural Environmental Education” course. Running Grass, the course instructor, invited Dr. Sleeter to speak with his students after they read her book,

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Seattle

Antiracist Environmental Leadership in a Virtual World

What a different world we live in. About a year ago, I posted in The Nature of Cities about our thriving Master’s program at Antioch University Seattle. The Urban Environmental Education MAEd program continues to attract a highly diverse group

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New England

Faculty Participate in National Conversations on Social Responsiveness

Dr. Kathi Borden and Dr. Jude Bergkamp, two of Antioch’s psychology faculty, participated this September in an intensive two-day conference about increasing social responsiveness in health service psychology training across the United States. The conference, which was held digitally by the Council

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The School Librarian Investigation—Decline or Evolution?

Antioch University Seattle has been awarded a $348,905, three-year grant from the Institute for Museum and Library Services (IMLS) to examine the nationwide decline in school librarian positions and explore how school administrators decide to staff learning resources—including school library

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Graduate School of Leadership & Change

Becoming an Anti-racist University

A Joint Letter from Chancellor Bill Groves and Board Chair Paul Mutty In my letter to the community of June 1, 2020, regarding the George Floyd murder by Minneapolis Police, I promised that the senior leadership team and I would

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CARES Funds – AUS Students

Dear Antioch Student: One aspect of our University’s commitment to the common good and to the nurturing of a positive learning environment is doing our part to support student safety and security. The COVID-19 pandemic has forced many of us

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