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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…

Michael Akresh and Christian Carson Featured Guests on St. Vincent TV

Michael Akresh, PhD, core faculty in New England’s Environmental Studies program, and Christian Carson, a current graduate student in the Environment Studies, and Conservation Biology program, were recently featured guests…

Janet Dewart Bell Joins Tavis Smiley to Discuss Her New Book

Janet Dewart Bell ’74, ’15 (Maryland, BA and GSLC, PhD; and a member of Antioch’s Board of Governors) recently joined Tavis Smiley to discuss her new book, Blackbirds Singing: Inspiring Black Women’s…

Yulia Tolstikov-Mast To Lead Workshop on Context and Language in International Followership Studies

Graduate School of Leadership and Change Teaching Faculty member Yulia Tolstikov-Mast, PhD, will lead a workshop on context and language in international followership studies and a discussion about global followership…

Jamie Moyer is a Featured Guest on the Podcast “Faith in Progress”

Jamie Moyer, PhD in Leadership and Change student and inaugural Associate Director of Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Justice Initiatives at Colorado State University’s Health Network, was a featured guest on…

Atim Eneida George Participates in Indiana University’s Institute for Advanced Study

Atim Eneida George ‘20 (GSLC, PhD) will participate in Indiana University’s Institute for Advanced Study. With funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities, she will attend the Summer Institute…

Katie Eastman Published Book on Loss, Change, and Growth

Katie Eastman ‘97 (New England, PsyD) published the book UPLIFTING: Inspiring Stories of Loss, Change, and Growth Inspirited by the work of Dr. Elisabeth Kübler-Ross (Balboa Press). In UPLIFTING, she…

Dana Waters Publishes “Bite-Sized Autism 2: A Deeper Dive”

Associate Chair and Core Faculty for Seattle’s Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology Dana Waters, PsyD, released her second book, Bite-Sized Autism 2: A Deeper Dive. After being diagnosed as Autistic…

Rosalyn Price English Creates ADHD Support for Adult Students Virtual Community

Undergraduate student Rosalyn Price English’s personal experiences as an adult student with ADHD led her to advocate for other neurodivergent students by creating a virtual community that provides resources, support,…