Notable Alumni Award Recipients Announced

The recipients of the second annual alumni awards include a philanthropy strategist, an advocate for formerly incarcerated young people, and the site director of an innovative learning center. Amelia Williamson, MA Organizational Management ’05, will receive the President’s Award for … Read More

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Artistic Uprising…Claim Your Space

Artists and performers of all varieties will participate in the 8th Annual Artistic Uprising to raise funds for AULA’s Bridge Program on Friday, November 13th at 7 pm. The Artistic Uprising is an annual celebration of creative work, critical minds, … Read More

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Etudes en France

Students and alumni from the graduate psychology program traveled to the south of France to study Buddhism, psychology, and the culture of the area. This is the fourth year AULA hosted the study abroad trip. “I have had the privilege of … Read More

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Dr. Donald Strauss Named 2015 Private College Sustainability Champion

Dr. Donald Strauss, founder and program chair for the MA in Urban Sustainability program at Antioch University Los Angeles (AULA), was recently named the Private College Sustainability Champion of 2015. Each year, at the California Higher Education Sustainability Conference (CHESC), … Read More

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Kathy Mackinnon Joins Board of Trustees

AULA recently welcomed new member, Kathy Mackinnon, to its board of trustees. A longtime, successful creative life coach and presenter with an office in Los Angeles and international clientele, Mackinnon will serve an initial three-year term on the 16-member board. … Read More


Commencement 2015

Antioch University Los Angeles awarded degrees at its 43rd annual Commencement ceremony that took place on Sunday, June 28, 2015. The ceremony honored graduates from the BA in Liberal Studies program, and the graduate programs in Psychology and Clinical Psychology, … Read More


Education Department Launches a Speaker Series on the Opt Out Movement

Written by J. Cynthia McDermott, EdD Professor and Education Department Chair Around the country a new kind of revolution is taking place. Known now as the Opt Out movement, parents, students and teachers are voicing their concerns about the increasing … Read More

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Antioch University Deepens Ties with the Peace Corps

Antioch University has deepened its commitment to supporting those who serve their country through new agreements with the Peace Corps to build and expand academic programming that recognizes the educational value of service. In addition, the university is the first … Read More


Acclaimed Actor, Producer and Director Joins AULA Board of Trustees

Antioch University Los Angeles proudly welcomes new member, Wren T. Brown, to its board of trustees. The notable actor, producer and director will serve an initial three-year term . “I’m honored to serve on the board of trustees with such … Read More


AULA to Award Horace Mann Upstanders Awards at Children’s Literature Conference

Justin Roberts, Eve Bunting and Michelle Franke (Meyering), whose work empowers children and young adults to stand up to bullying, fight for justice, and navigate social issues, will be recognized at the 8th Annual Children’s Literature Conference on Saturday, May … Read More