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Atim Eneida George ’18

Atim Eneida George ’18 (GSLC, PhD) has received a Fulbright Specialist Program award. George will complete a project at Lead City University in Nigeria that aims to exchange knowledge and establish partnerships benefiting participants, institutions, and communities both in the U.S. and overseas through a variety of educational and training activities within American (U.S.) Studies. George…CONTINUE READING

September 19, 2023

Education Alums Connect with Other Educators at Skywalker Ranch

Antioch alums Laura Thomas, Alex Venet, and John Thomas spent a week at Skywalker Ranch connecting with other fantastic educators. The George Lucas Educational Foundation – Edutopia – reaches over 8 million educators, with a focus on sharing what works as defined by teachers and research in classrooms. Connection is a vital part of education,…CONTINUE READING

September 12, 2023

Greg Belliveau

Online undergrad faculty member Greg Belliveau recently had his book Gods of IMAGO, the second installment of his dystopian book series IMAGO, published by Rogue Phoenix Press on August 23, 2023. Belliveau is an award-winning novelist and author of IMAGO (Rogue Phoenix Press, 2019) and Go Down To Silence (Multnomah Publishing: a Division of Penguin…CONTINUE READING

September 1, 2023

Kate O’Neill

Kate O’Neill ’11 (GSLC, PhD) is the new Dean of the College of Business at the American University of Iraq-Baghdad. Learn more about O’Neill in a Common Thread profile Education Without Barriers here and read O’Neill’s dissertation Communication Channels Utilized by Emirati Females to Enact Leadership here.

August 22, 2023

Lauren Arienzale

New England PsyD in Clinical Psychology student Lauren Arienzale recently published her debut poetry collection, Mud Pie. “As a lifelong writer, and a psychologist in training, I am continuously fascinated by the power of written word and the therapeutic advantages that come along with it,” said Arienzale. Mud Pie is an unapologetic deep dive into…CONTINUE READING

Jessica “Jess” Ballen

MFA in Creative Writing candidate Jessica “Jess” Ballen was named managing editor of submissions for Lunch Ticket, the literary magazine from Antioch’s MFA community. Ballen, who started contributing to Lunch Ticket during their first semester at Antioch as a poetry reader, expressed their excitement in helping to lead the Lunch Ticket team to a successful…CONTINUE READING

August 21, 2023

Fayth Parks

PhD in Leadership and Change Professor of Leadership and Psychology, Fayth Parks, PhD, co-authored the newly released article entitled, “The More Things Change, the More They Stay the Same: HIV/AIDS Myths and Misinformation in the Rural United States” which appears in the bi-monthly, peer-reviewed journal, Health Promotion Practice.

July 23, 2023

Atim Eneida George ’18

Atim Eneida George ’18 (GSLC, PhD) has been awarded one of four 2023 Archie Green Fellowships from The American Folklife Center (AFC) at the Library of Congress. The Fellowships are intended to support original, independent field research on the culture and traditions of contemporary American workers and occupational groups. George’s project entitled, “Playing the Angel’s…CONTINUE READING

MFA Program Highlights Alumni in Magazine & Media Section of AWP

Antioch’s MFA Program in Creative Writing recently touched base with three alumni who have achieved recognition for their work in the first half of 2023 and asked them: what did this award or nomination mean to you as a writer and an Antioch MFA alum? The interviews appeared in the Magazine & Media section of…CONTINUE READING

Jude Bergkamp ’98, ’10

Jude Bergkamp ’98, ’10 (Seattle, MA in Psychology, PsyD), Chair and Core Faculty of Seattle’s PsyD program, led an 11-member research team that recently published the article “Pathways to the therapist paragon: a decolonial grounded theory” on Frontiers in Psychology. The article questions unquestioned pillars of psychotherapy in light of privilege and oppression, calling for…CONTINUE READING

Owen George

Owen George, an MS in Environmental Studies, Advocacy for Social Justice and Sustainability program student, published the article “Climate Solutions Need Queerness” in Yes! Magazine. The article educates readers on the power and plurality of nature through the application of queer ecology, which finds its origins in the overlap of queer theory and ecology. “Queer…CONTINUE READING

July 19, 2023

Alum Stages Art Show About “Stolen Identities”

Deborah McDuff Williams ’02 (Los Angeles, BA) is exhibiting her artwork in a solo show titled “​​Stolen Identities: River Routes to Freedom​ Collection​.” The exhibition is on display from May 4 to August 4, 2023, at the Center for Social Justice and Civil Liberties in Riverside, CA. “This is the culmination of years of artistic…CONTINUE READING

July 18, 2023

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