Oppenheim Participates in Annual “Day on the Hill” Event

Rachel Oppenheim, Director of the Antioch University Seattle School of Education, participated in a “Day on the Hill” event along with other members of the Washington Association for Colleges of Teacher Education (WACTE). Oppenheim spent the day in Olympia meeting

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Learning about Leadership by Actively Engaging with APA

Bola Afoloyan, PsyD (Antioch 2015) has been selected as a Leadership Collaborative Fellow of Division 17 – Society of Counseling Psychology, APA. She will design and implement a project that contributes to the Society of Counseling Psychology’s strategic plan and

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Kingdom Day Parade Marchers

AULA Marches in the 35th Annual Kingdom Day Parade

“Equality For All Humanity, Our Next Step” was the theme of Los Angeles’ 35th Kingdom Day Parade on January 20, 2020. The Kingdom Day Parade passionately honors the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and has grown

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Multicultural Children’s Literature Celebration 2020

Featured Author/Illustrator: R. Gregory Christie Antioch University Seattle School of Education is hosting two community events as part of their Multicultural Children’s Literature Celebration. This yearly event, which brings well-known authors into Seattle schools, also invites educators and the community

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Dr. Amber Pairis inspires youth climate action

Dr. Amber Pairis, AUNE PhD alumni, is inspiring the youth of today to fight climate change. Dr. Pairis recently gave a Community Heroes workshop at the University of California San Diego to 150 local concerned citizens — including a group

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Newsletter Highlights Vibrant and Thriving Learning Community

Antioch University’s Graduate School of Leadership and Change (GSLC) has just released the newest edition of The Antiochian Leader. This comprehensive newsletter highlights new and exciting ongoings of GSLC’s vibrant learning community including faculty, student, and alumni updates, details regarding

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