Dr. Trent Pinto: Facilitating Change in Higher Education

Dr. Trent Pinto, a 2019 graduate of Antioch’s Leadership and Change program, sees higher education and college campuses as a microcosm of society—and its inclusive challenges. By working to enact change at the University of Cincinnati, where he is the

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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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Dr. Mark Martin: Leading to Serve

For Dr. Mark Martin, a 2019 graduate of Antioch’s Leadership and Change program, effective leadership is about engaging with people, getting to know them, and serving them authentically, even within the constraints of a large government or corporate organization. “You

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Andrew Parsons Receives Teacher of the Year Award

Andrew Parsons, an alum of the AUS School of Education’s Alternative Route to Teacher Certification (ARTC) Program, received the “Teacher of the Year” award at Park Orchard Elementary School in the Kent School District for the 2019-2020 school year. The recipient

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Antioch EE alum celebrates forest schools in new book

Since before she came to AUNE, Environmental Education alum Caylin Gans has been writing about forest schools. Built on the idea that experiences in nature are inherently challenging, humbling, and educational, forest schools allow children freedom to explore and play

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Antioch Bird Club is hosting its 2nd Big Year!

Calling all birders, bird-enthusiasts, and bird-feeder watchers! From January 1st through December 31st, the Antioch Bird Club is collecting bird sightings from the Antioch Community! In a classic Big Year of birding, ABC wants to find as many species of

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