URS 5240 *bi·o·mim·ic·ryˌ bīōˈmiməkrē/ noun 1. the design and production of materials, structures, and systems that are modeled on biological entities and processes. Adonia Lugo, Ph.D., is an urban anthropologist, and adjunct faculty for AULA’s MA in Urban Sustainability program.
“America has a great story, a phenomenal story. It is a wonderful experiment that started off horribly wrong.” Welcome to any one of Dr. Elaine Parker-Gills’ African American Studies courses at AULA. A member of the Undergraduate Studies Teaching Faculty,
MFA in Creative Writing alumna Teresa Carmody is the first graduate of Antioch’s low-residency MFA program to chair another low-residency MFA program. Teresa Carmody is a writer, editor, publisher, and director of Stetson University’s MFA of the Americas program in
“Come; fear not you: good counsellors lack no clients: though you change your place, you need not change your trade; I’ll be your tapster still.” – Shakespeare, Measure for Measure Charley Lang worked as a classically trained actor for 20 years
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