Note Focus Area: Undergraduate Studies

Elizabeth Sampson ’17

Elizabeth Sampson ’17 (Antioch Online, BA in Liberal Studies, with a specialization in Literature) was a member of The Road Theater’s Under Construction Playwriting Group,

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Carol Davis

Carol V. Davis, Poet and Adjunct Faculty in Creative Writing in the Antioch Los Angeles’ Undergraduate Program had her new book, Below Zero, accepted by

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Grace Estle ‘15

Grace Estle ‘15 (Midwest, BA Creative Writing) published Chandler the Crocodile, a picture book that empowers toddlers and early readers to embrace what makes them

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Zoe Marzo ’18

Zoe Marzo ’18 (BA in Liberal Studies, Creative Writing, Los Angeles) had her short story “The Lost Mermaid” published in Tahoma Literary Review. Her Craft

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William Stegemann ‘17

William Stegemann ‘17 (Antioch University Los Angeles, BA Liberal Studies) was welcomed as Colombia County Habitat for Humanity’s New ReStore Manager. He is responsible for

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Julia Ismae ‘12

Julia Ismae ‘12 (Antioch University Seattle, BA Liberal Studies) co-authored the article, “It Takes Heart, The Experiences and Working Conditions of Caring Educators” which was

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Delbert Richardson ’16

Delbert Richardson ’16 (Seattle, BA) is the founder and curator of the American History Traveling Museum: The Unspoken Truths, which was showcased at the John

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Isis Castañeda ’11

Isis Castañeda ’11 (Santa Barbara, BA) was elected to The Santa Barbara Education Foundation Board of Directors. Castañeda is currently the project coordinator for the

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Colleen Echohawk ’09

Colleen Echohawk ’09 (Seattle, BA) was awarded the Martin Luther King Medal of Distinguished Service. The annual award recognizes individuals whose work has answered the

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Gleah Powers ’05, ’07

Gleah Powers ’05, ’07 (Los Angeles, BA, MFA) published Million Dollar Red (2019), a dark and compelling memoir set against a backdrop of cacti-covered deserts

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Evan Howell ’94

Evan Howell ’94 (Antioch College, BS) is the new Director of NOAA’s Office of Science and Technology. He will advocate and ensure a sound scientific

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