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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,…

Terry Wolverton Publishes Season of Eclipse

Terry Wolverton, a long-time faculty in Antioch’s MFA in Creative Writing program, recently published Season of Eclipse (Bella Books). The thriller, set after a chance encounter with terrorism at JFK,…

Ronnie Hagerty Reappointed to the OneStar National Service Commission

Ronnie Hagerty ’12 (GSLC, PhD) has been reappointed by Texas Governor Greg Abbott to the OneStar National Service Commission. The commission promotes volunteerism in Texas and oversees the administration of…

Jen Sturge Honored with the Calvert County Women of the World Award

Jen Sturge, EdD, Antioch’s Director of the School Library Endorsement Program and Core Faculty, recently received the Calvert County Women of the World (WOW) award at the annual WOW Awards…

Claudia Kielich Publishes Greek Island Adventures

Claudia Kielich ’04, ’06 (Los Angeles, BA and MA in Organizational Management) recently published Greek Island Adventures: Escapades for the Sophisticated Traveler, which includes tales of romance, humorous escapades, charming…

Onita Morgan-Edwards and Whitney Bell Publish Anthology

Onita Morgan-Edwards ’17 (Midwest, BA in Management) and Whitney Bell ‘16 (Midwest, MA in Creative Writing) published A Gathering of Flowers: An Anthology in Essay, a collection of essays from…

Emily Emerson to Present at Conference

Emily Emerson, a student in the Couple and Family Therapy program in Seattle, was awarded the World Family Therapy Congress Student Scholarship for her proposed presentation to the International Family…

Julia Goren Joins Board of Trustees for the Cloudsplitter Foundation

Julia Goren ’07 (New England, MS) has been elected to the Board of Trustees for the Cloudsplitter Foundation. The Cloudsplitter Foundation is a 38-year-old local grant-making not-for-profit whose mission is…