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  • Dissertation Watch: Mokṣa, Seeking a Humanizing Way of Being

    Dissertation Watch: Mokṣa, Seeking a Humanizing Way of Being

    LauraLynn Jansen, a 2023 graduate of the PhD Program in Leadership and Change, published her dissertation, titled “Mokṣa, Seeking a Humanizing Way of Being: I am Recognized. I am Acknowledged. I am Human.”

  • MBA In Sustainability Awarded Top Honors by Intelligent.com

    MBA In Sustainability Awarded Top Honors by Intelligent.com

    Antioch University’s Master of Business Administration in Sustainability (MBA) was ranked as one of the top programs by Intelligent.com on its list of Best Online MBA in Sustainability Degree Programs, ranking tenth in “Academic Influence” for the year 2024.

  • Alumni Visit the Galápagos Islands

    Alumni Visit the Galápagos Islands

    A group of ten Antioch alumni recently embarked on a journey to the Galápagos Islands, aiming to immerse themselves in a week of exploration, hands-on learning, and reconnection. These women, who affectionately refer to themselves as the “Butterfly Tribe,” are accomplished and creative educators who share a profound love for the natural world and a…

  • Mastered: Weaving Together Art, Expression, and Wellness

    Mastered: Weaving Together Art, Expression, and Wellness

    As a third grader, Marc Stallion stood in his closet, the one place he knew he could find privacy. There, by the coats, where it was calm and quiet, he pulled paper napkin after paper napkin out of his pockets.

  • International Day of Tolerance

    International Day of Tolerance

    Declared a holiday by UNESCO in 1996, the International Day for Tolerance commemorates the anniversary of the adoption of a Declaration of Principles on Tolerance by United Nations Member States on November 16, 1995. The UN declared 1995 as the Year for Tolerance…

  • One Good Point… Amy Rutstein-Riley

    One Good Point… Amy Rutstein-Riley

    Hi, I’m Dr. Amy Rutstein-Riley, Associate Dean of Antioch’s Graduate School of Leadership and Change and Director of the PhD program of the same name. I’m an interdisciplinary social scientist concerned with girls’ and women’s identity development.

  • PsyD Faculty Brings Multicultural Focus to Coursework and Scholarship

    PsyD Faculty Brings Multicultural Focus to Coursework and Scholarship

    Alberto Soto, a core faculty member teaching in the PsyD in Clinical Psychology offered on Antioch University’s New England campus, recently published a book chapter entitled “Can Psychotherapies Be Effectively Adapted to Cultural Identity (Fit)?” in the APA Handbook of Psychotherapy.

  • Dissertation Watch: Teaching Without Walls

    Dissertation Watch: Teaching Without Walls

    Christina Wild, a 2023 graduate of the PhD Program in Leadership and Change, has published her dissertation entitled Teaching Without Walls: A Portraiture Study of Nature-Based Educators in Duluth, Minnesota.

  • Who is my neighbor? Reflections on Youth Homelessness

    Who is my neighbor? Reflections on Youth Homelessness

    Earlier this year, I moved from a suburb in Texas to a neighborhood in downtown Seattle. I was immediately confronted with the issue of homelessness in Seattle. In particular, I noticed a majority of the homeless I saw were youth and young adults.