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Exploring the Wonders of China

Written by Taylor Morley “We got to know each well while learning about China’s culture, people, and history,” said Distinguished Professor of Humanities Dale Johnston about the recent China Study/Travel Program. On September 13, 2014, a group of 10 undergraduate students, … Read More


Graduate Does Urban Sustainability Proud

Written by Marcia Bradley   When AULA student, David Mix, says that “relationship based convergence” is what motivates his studies and his work on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota, you know he isn’t speaking lightly. In fact, … Read More

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The Red Scarf Project

Written by Marcia Bradley   “I saw the box of red scarves in Danielle’s office and wondered why do I know those scarves…” Talitha James, AULA Nonprofit Management Student   To say that Antioch University Los Angeles is an astonishing … Read More

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Bridge Program Expands to Third Location

AULA’s Bridge program, which offers free college courses in the humanities to adult students living on a low income, is now offering classes at a third location in Long Beach. The Bridge program, which currently hosts cohorts on the AULA … Read More


Theodore Burnes Wins Prestigious American Psychological Association Award

“I had no idea what I’d do with it,” thought Theo Burnes, PhD, MS Ed, when he was studying for his BA in Psychology. However after doing some meaningful volunteer work his last year of school Burnes, core faculty in … Read More


Antioch University PhD in Leadership and Change To Offer Healthcare Focus

Antioch University’s PhD in Leadership and Change program (PhDLC), a nationally recognized doctoral program, will now offer two distinct pathways toward the degree—a continuation of its highly successful interdisciplinary curriculum in leadership and change  and a new pathway specifically designed for … Read More


Dr. Cheryl Armon presents her “Final Lecture”

Antioch University alumni, students, faculty, and friends, gathered June 3, 2014 to honor retiring professor emeritus Cheryl Armon, EdD. In her “Final Lecture,” Dr. Armon shared memories, stories, a photo montage, and some of transformative lessons from her 30 years at … Read More

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Doug Sadownick CSULA Pride Graduation Keynote Speaker

Doug Sadownick, PhD, Director of the LGBT Specialization in Clinical Psychology and co-founder and director of Colors LGBTQ Youth Counseling Center, was the Keynote Speaker for the California State University Los Angeles (CSULA) Pride Graduation Celebration. In his speech at … Read More

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Excellence in Library Research

Two graduate students and one undergraduate student were presented with Library Research Awards at a ceremony on June 3, 2014, held appropriately in the new 4th floor library. “The 2014 Library Research Awards honor these students, how they skillfully used … Read More


Helping craft a vision for the future of Los Angeles

What should the future of Los Angeles look like? AULA has an active voice in this conversation, thanks in part to a $5,000 grant gifted by LA2050. LA2050 is an initiative to “create a shared vision for the future of … Read More