Therapy 101 at the Inclusion Center

Antioch alumni and licensed clinical mental health counselor Jennifir Bailes Hart was the guest speaker at the Brattleboro Inclusion Center this past Friday (12/13/2019). Her public discussion included how to find a therapist that works for you, what therapy can

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School of Education Hosts Social Emotional Learning Workshop

The School of Education recently hosted a powerful, interactive event focused on Social Emotional Learning. Attended by over 50 faculty, students, and alumni, the event was titled, “Orienting Social Emotional Learning Towards Equity” and was facilitated by Dr. Deepa Bhandaru.

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Enacting Policies for Real Change: Kathy Hoffman

Kathy Hoffman was slated for a retail career at Nordstrom, until a domestic violence incident changed her life. When Hoffman became deeply involved with her case’s legal process in the early ‘90s, she also became interested in the rule of

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Victoria Chang
Los Angeles

Victoria Chang Awarded a Lannan Foundation Residency Fellowship

Victoria Chang, Chair of the MFA in Creative Writing Program was awarded a Lannan Foundation Residency Fellowship for 2020. The Lannan Residency Fellowship provides uninterrupted writing time for poets, writers, essayists, translators, scholars, curators, as well as Native American, environmental and

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Student Leading Higher Education Sustainability Efforts

PhD in Leadership and Change student Kelly Cerialo was recently named Director of the Global Center for Rural Resilience at Paul Smith’s College where she is coordinating sustainability initiatives in rural communities that focus on the United Nation’s seventeen Sustainable

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Antioch Alumni wins 3K for Service Learning Project

Kristen Brock, Antioch University Environmental Education graduate was recently awarded a mini-grant from the Association for Middle-Level Education (AMLE) for her work with students at Colegio Americano de Guatemala.  Kristen’s project started as an AUNE practicum which she then developed

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