Tracy Rector ’06

Tracy Rector ’06 (Seattle, MA) exhibited at the Seattle Art Museum (SAM). Her show, “Double Exposure: Edward S. Curtis, Marianne Nicolson, Tracy Rector, Will Wilson,” included films Ch’aak’ S’aagi (the first virtual-reality video by a Native artist) and Clearwater: People of the Salish Sea. Each film had an enriched viewing environment in the gallery, created by Rector, full of shells, tools, and cultural creations by her fellow artists. In addition, Rector also recently collaborated with SAM in conjunction with the “Double Exposure” exhibition for “Through Her Eyes: Indigenous Shorts,” a free evening of short films curated by Rector and Longhouse Media, highlighting “cutting edge films by Native woman directors.”

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Consuelo Flores ’06, ‘08

Consuelo Flores ’06, ‘08 (Los Angeles, BA, MFA) is a writer member of the Fierce Backbone Theatre Company. Her play, “Imperfect Lives,” is featured in their one-act festival, Think & Imagine. The play explores how labels can adversely affect family relationships. Think & Imagine contains 18 one-act plays and runs the first three weekends in October, October 6th-22nd. Three groups of plays will be presented. All one-act plays run approximately 15 minutes.  “Imperfect Lives” runs Saturday, October 7, Friday, October 13, and Sunday, October 22.  Time: Fridays & Saturdays at 8:00 PM, Sundays at 2:00 PMLocation: Zephyr Theater, 7456 Melrose Avenue,

Anthony Pennant ’22

Anthony Pennant, LMFT, PhD ’22 (New England, PhD in Couple and Family Therapy), Associate Chair of the Couple and Family Therapy program in Seattle, was featured in the episode Socially Just Family Therapy on an award-winning podcast Coping 101. Presented by C89.5 in partnership with Seattle Children’s, Coping 101 is an ongoing series led by students in Nathan Hale High School’s Radio class that destigmatizes mental health from a teen’s perspective, made possible with support from Crisis Connections, Carter Subaru, Hansmire Builders and Audian. Listen to the podcast episode here.

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 is one of over 400 U.S. citizens who share expertise with host institutions abroad through the Fulbright Specialist Program each year. Recipients of the Fulbright Specialist Program awards are selected on the basis of academic professional achievement, demonstrated leadership in their field, and their potential

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, and Antioch University is dedicated to building communities of mission-driven educators who are preparing their students to take on the world! (and the galactic empire!)

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 Random House, 2001), which was a Christy Award Finalist for Best First Novel and a collection of creative nonfiction entitled Seeds: Mediations on Grace in a World with Teeth (Crosslink Publishing, 2017). He is currently working on the TV series Go Down To Silence, based

Scott Carnz ’97

Scott Carnz ’97 (Seattle, MA) was named Provost by LIM College, which is exclusively focused on the business of fashion and lifestyle. Carnz, whose appointment was effective August 21, joins LIM from City University of Seattle where he served as Provost since 2019. In his new role, Carnz will serve as the chief academic officer of LIM College and will be responsible for establishing and sustaining the highest standards of academic excellence in all teaching, curricular, and academic co-curricular activities. He will be the chief advisor on academic matters to LIM College President Elizabeth S. Marcuse and will lead development of a vision for LIM’s academic

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