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Alum’s New Book Examines Culture in City Planning

Principal of Creative Community Builders (CCB) and PhD in Leadership and Change alumnus Dr. Tom Borrup has authored The Power of Culture in City Planning (Routledge, 2020). The book, which is very much in alignment with Borrup’s work both at

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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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Alumna Launches New Storytelling Platform

PhD in Leadership and Change alumna Dr. Pam Ferris-Olson has launched Women Mind the Water, a new collaborative space that hosts a myriad of storytelling projects from across the country. The space aims to connect storytellers to share their experience

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Alumnus Joins The Journal of Asia-Pacific Business

Senior Customer Support Manager for GE Aviation and PhD in Leadership and Change alumnus Dr. Nate Woods has been appointed to The Journal of Asia-Pacific Business. The journal provides a blend of cutting-edge knowledge and practical applications on business management and

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PhDLC Student Appointed New Assistant Dean at Occidental College

PhD in Leadership and Change student Marcus A. Rodriguez has been appointed the Assistant Dean of Students and Director of Student Leadership, Involvement, and Community Engagement (SLICE) at Occidental College. Marcus is seasoned student affairs professional specializing in identity building

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