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  • Remembering Lillian Lovelace

    Remembering Lillian Lovelace

    Antioch has lost a great friend and champion. Lillian Pierson Lovelace passed away on January 16, 2024 at the age of 96! No words can truly describe what Lillian has…

  • To Be a Writer With Grief

    To Be a Writer With Grief

    Antioch Voices is a forum that allows members of our community to speak about an issue important to them. In this piece, coinciding with Gallbladder Cancer and Bile Duct Cancer Awareness Month, MFA student Stefanie Paredes considers what it means to be a writer with grief.

  • Antioch University Announces New Master’s Program In School Counseling
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    Antioch University Announces New Master’s Program In School Counseling

    Antioch University has launched a new low-residency degree program: an MA in School Counseling. The program, which will begin in Fall 2024, is available to students living anywhere in the nation, and it aims to address the school counselor shortage by training a new generation of school counselors whose practice is rooted in social justice…

  • Cool Course: “Leader Identity and Development”

    Cool Course: “Leader Identity and Development”

    When Bob Lazzarini was president of the Pasadena Pacers, a running club that meets at the iconic Rose Bowl, he met a lot of people who said they couldn’t run….

  • Field Notes: For Educators, Mindfulness Goes Far Beyond “Self-Care” 

    Field Notes: For Educators, Mindfulness Goes Far Beyond “Self-Care” 

    Having spent the past decade teaching mindfulness to educators from around the U.S., I’ve been watching with interest as the field has evolved swiftly from adult development and personal growth to mindfulness for teachers as a form of stress reduction, relaxation, and coping during difficult times.

  • Celebrating Black History 2024

    Celebrating Black History 2024

    We want to honor Black History Month by drawing attention to six alumni who exemplify this year’s theme: African Americans and the Arts. This roundup includes two visual artists exploring…

  • Cool Course: “5003: Foundations in Individualized Study” 

    Cool Course: “5003: Foundations in Individualized Study” 

    If you ever talk to a student, alum, or faculty member of Antioch’s Individualized Master of Arts, there is a high likelihood that they will bring up “FDN-5003: Foundations in Individualized Study.” This course, with its alphanumeric code that sounds like something from a Sci-Fi story, is much more than just another class.

  • Dissertation Watch: Landscaping Wellness at Work

    Dissertation Watch: Landscaping Wellness at Work

    Anya Piotrowski, a 2023 graduate of the PHD Program in Leadership and Change, published her dissertation titled, Landscaping Wellness at Work: A Participatory Model for Worker-Centered Health.

  • Jonah Winter Wins 2024 Horace Mann Upstander Award for “Banned Book”

    Jonah Winter Wins 2024 Horace Mann Upstander Award for “Banned Book”

    Jonah Winter has been chosen as the 2024 Horace Mann Upstander Award recipient for his book Banned Book (2023), published by Creative Editions with illustrations by Gary Kelley. The Horace Mann Upstanders Award honors children’s literature that best exemplifies the ideals…