“When I look back at my own journey as a gay man, I too can see the many forces that shaped my sense of self, how I related to others, and how I felt about my place in the world.
Roy Moffitt, AUNE Science Teacher Cert grad, was selected out of over 400 applicants for the Teacher At Sea program through National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA). He currently teaches Science at Maple Street Elementary School in Contoocook, NH. Roy will sail aboard USCGC HEALY while
Trishanda Barhorst had the seed of an idea she wanted to help people with addiction issues when she started her bachelor’s degree program at Antioch University. It wasn’t until she started a writing course that she saw how her idea
As a recovering addict, Sherry Lowe has experienced her share of struggles. Now a drug and alcohol counselor, it was her degree program in Human Services Administration from Antioch University Online that strengthened her abilities to serve her clients experiencing
Claudia Stamper was in the workforce for 20 years when her daughter invited her to an open house at Antioch University Midwest. It started with an invitation. Less than two years later, Claudia Stamper is ready to make big impact
LIT 4010 It could be argued that the word “childhood” is one of those words that has as many meanings as there are people. While reading through Deborah A. Lott’s course syllabus and description for Representations of Childhood in Literature,
As Jacob George receives his second Master’s from Antioch University Midwest, he reflects on a time when he couldn’t have imagined ever being in this position. He struggled with anxiety and depression and made a series of bad choices when
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