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Zoe Weil Releases Eighth Book

Zoe Weil, President of the Institute for Humane Education (IHE), released her eighth book, The Solutionary Way with a foreword by Jane Goodall, on June 25 through New Society Publishers….

Susan McKevitt Presents Dissertation Findings at Stanford University

Susan McKevitt ‘10 (GSLC, PhD) recently presented the findings of her dissertation, “What Keeps Them Going: Factors that Sustain U.S. Women’s Lifelong Peace and Social Justice Activism” to Stanford University…

Dana Kedziora Raises Awareness and Funds for Hike for Mental Health

Dana Kedziora ’10 (New England, MS in Conservation Biology) has taken her passion for the outdoors and hiking and put it to use helping others. She started by joining the 501c3 nonprofit…

Tom Pyun to Publish Debut Novel

Tom Pyun ‘21 (Los Angeles, MFA) will have his debut novel, Something Close To Nothing, published this fall. The book provides a darkly comedic perspective on a troubled relationship within…

Lucy Barbera Publishes Chapter in “The Expressive Use of Masks Across Cultures and Healing Arts”

Lucy Barbera ’09 (GSLC, PhD) published “The Avatar: Masks of Hope and Healing” in the book The Expressive Use of Masks Across Cultures and Healing Arts (Routledge 2024). The Expressive…

Charlotte Dungan Named Program Architect of the Mark Cuban Foundation AI Bootcamps

Charlotte Dungan ‘08 (Midwest, BA) is now the Program Architect of the Mark Cuban Foundation AI Bootcamps, which offer free AI learning opportunities for high school students at various host…

Andromeda Romano-Lax Publishes “The Deepest Lake”

Andromeda Romano-Lax ‘12 (Los Angeles, MFA) had her novel The Deepest Lake published by Soho Crime on May 7, 2024. It was an Editors’ Pick at Amazon and listed as…

Kate Maruyama Featured in Shoutout LA

Kate Maruyama ’09 (Los Angeles, MFA) was interviewed by Shoutout LA for the article “Kate Maruyama writes, teaches, edits, cooks, and eats in Los Angeles.” In the article, Maruyama shares…

Miranda Doyle Honored with the Oregon Library Association Intellectual Freedom Champion Award

Miranda Doyle, adjunct faculty in Seattle’s Endorsement in K-12 Library Media program, recently received the OLA Intellectual Freedom Champion Award, which honors individuals or groups who show exceptional commitment to…

Lorraine Mangione Featured on Conversations with our Curator

The Bruce Springsteen Archives and Center for American Music (BSACAM) recently hosted an online conversation featuring Lorraine Mangione, Professor of Clinical Psychology at Antioch University in New England, and writer…

Peter Nichols Publishes Crime Thriller

Maine author Peter Nichols ‘12 (Los Angeles, MFA) just released his latest crime thriller, “Granite Harbor,” a fictional story based on his own life as a single father living in…

Carolyn V. Hamilton’s Dare to Survive Honored as a Finalist in International Book Awards Contest

Carolyn V. Hamilton ‘86 (Seattle, BA) recently garnered attention with her latest publication, “Dare to Survive.” The book chronicles the true story of a woman deceived and imprisoned in South…