The Power of Connection and Authenticity

PhD in Leadership alumna Dr. Harriet Schwartz has published “Authentic Teaching and Connected Learning in the Age of COVID-19” in The Scholarly Teacher. The piece shares insight into the power of authenticity and shared humanity during this time of pandemic and

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Provost Update to AUSB Students – 4/3/20

Dear AUSB Students, As you read in Assistant Vice Chancellor of Student Success (AVCSS) Melissa Kirk’s letter, the university is committed to student support during this exceptional time. System-wide initiatives have been put into place to ensure the quality of

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AUNE Campus Update

Greetings AUNE Students, Over the next few days, you will be receiving communications from University leadership about an array of system-wide initiatives underway to ensure the quality of teaching and learning and the best possible support in academic and student

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Important Updates From the AUSB Library

The Library’s Online! The AUSB library is open online and the AU Library team is here to support you. The Library Team As we all adjust to online and remote learning, we want to make this transition as smooth as

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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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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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Seattle Student Life Update

Hi Everyone, First off,  we want to let you know we will be hosting a virtual student meeting with the Provost, Ben Pryor, next Friday, April 3rd from 3-4 pm. This will be an opportunity for students to check in with Ben and ask

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Antioch University

Since our founding 1852, Antioch University has remained on the forefront of social justice, inclusion, and equality – regardless of ethnicity, gender, creed, orientation, focus of study, or ability.

Antiochians actively reflect these shared values to inspire positive change in the world. Common Thread is where we document the stories that showcase our communities actions, so the change we work for can be shared widely.  

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