Calendar

Apr
22
Tue
Info Session for Study/Travel Trip to China @ Antioch University Los Angeles, Room A4017
Apr 22 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

Interested in learning more about the Study/Travel Trip to China?

China Study-Travel Program FINALA representative of Sias International University (our partner university in China) and Dale A. Johnston, PhD, will be available to talk about the trip on the dates shown below.  All the details — passports/visa, weather, appropriate clothing, course credit (if you are interested), financial aid opportunities, etc. – will be discussed and participants will begin to get to know each other.

This 14-day study/travel program is from September 13 to 26, 2014. Come by and learn more about this exciting opportunity!

RSVP to djohnston@antioch.edu

The BA PSYCH FILM SERIES Presents 2014 Academy Award-winning BEST PICTURE “12 Years A Slave” @ Antioch University Los Angeles, Room A1000
Apr 22 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
The BA PSYCH FILM SERIES Presents 2014 Academy Award-winning BEST PICTURE "12 Years A Slave" @ Antioch University Los Angeles, Room A1000 | Culver City | California | United States

The BA PSYCH FILM SERIES and PSY327A and ENG112 present 2014 Academy Award-winning  BEST PICTURE  12 Years a Slave

The AULA community is invited to join these classes for this special on-campus screening and educational discourse.

6:00 pm – Popcorn & Drinks

6:30 pm – Film Screening

Reservations required. RSVP to clang1@antioch.edu

Apr
23
Wed
Info Session for Study/Travel Trip to China @ Antioch University Los Angeles, Room A1013
Apr 23 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

China Study-Travel Program FINALInterested in learning more about the Study/Travel Trip to China?

A representative of Sias International University (our partner university in China) and Dale A. Johnston, PhD, will be available to talk about the trip on the dates shown below.  All the details — passports/visa, weather, appropriate clothing, course credit (if you are interested), financial aid opportunities, etc. – will be discussed and participants will begin to get to know each other.

This 14-day study/travel program is from September 13 to 26, 2014. Come by and learn more about this exciting opportunity!

RSVP to djohnston@antioch.edu

Apr
24
Thu
Info Session for Study/Travel Trip to China @ Antioch University Los Angeles, Room A1019
Apr 24 @ 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm

China Study-Travel Program FINALInterested in learning more about the Study/Travel Trip to China?

A representative of Sias International University (our partner university in China) and Dale A. Johnston, PhD, will be available to talk about the trip on the dates shown below.  All the details — passports/visa, weather, appropriate clothing, course credit (if you are interested), financial aid opportunities, etc. – will be discussed and participants will begin to get to know each other.

This 14-day study/travel program is from September 13 to 26, 2014. Come by and learn more about this exciting opportunity!

RSVP to djohnston@antioch.edu

Info Session: MA in Psychology and MA in Clinical Psychology @ Antioch University Los Angeles
Apr 24 @ 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Info Session: MA in Psychology and MA in Clinical Psychology @ Antioch University Los Angeles | Culver City | California | United States

Attend the upcoming Master of Arts in Psychology & Clinical Psychology Information Session. Learn more about these programs and have the chance to chat with the faculty.

Please click here to RSVP to attend this session.

Individual sessions may also be set by appointment by calling
(310) 578-1080 ext. 100

Apr
26
Sat
Info Session for Study/Travel Trip to China @ Antioch University Los Angeles, Room A1013
Apr 26 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm

China Study-Travel Program FINALInterested in learning more about the Study/Travel Trip to China?

A representative of Sias International University (our partner university in China) and Dale A. Johnston, PhD, will be available to talk about the trip on the dates shown below.  All the details — passports/visa, weather, appropriate clothing, course credit (if you are interested), financial aid opportunities, etc. – will be discussed and participants will begin to get to know each other.

This 14-day study/travel program is from September 13 to 26, 2014. Come by and learn more about this exciting opportunity!

RSVP to djohnston@antioch.edu

May
10
Sat
Info Session: MA in Psychology and MA in Clinical Psychology @ Antioch University Los Angeles
May 10 @ 2:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Info Session: MA in Psychology and MA in Clinical Psychology @ Antioch University Los Angeles | Culver City | California | United States

Attend the upcoming Master of Arts in Psychology & Clinical Psychology Information Session. Learn more about these programs and have the chance to chat with the faculty.

Please click here to RSVP to attend this session.

Individual sessions may also be set by appointment by calling
(310) 578-1080 ext. 100

May
14
Wed
Southern California Nonprofit Meetup @ Antioch University Los Angeles, Room A1000-1002
May 14 @ 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Southern California Nonprofit Meetup  @ Antioch University Los Angeles, Room A1000-1002 | Culver City | California | United States

Our community is stronger when we work together.  Come see what your nonprofit neighbors are working on!

Hear what Southern California nonprofits in a wide range of sectors are doing and discover areas for collaboration. Each nonprofit will be given three to five minutes to speak about what they do and areas where they could benefit from partnerships. Think of it as speed dating for nonprofits!

RSVP to Deanne Cecil: deanne@integrityhousing.org

Presented by Integrity Housing, Antioch University Los Angeles, and The California Association of Nonprofits.

Park in the 400 Corporate Point parking structure to have parking validated

May
20
Tue
Growing Up Golem: How I Survived My Mother, Brooklyn, and Some Really Bad Dates @ Antioch University Los Angeles Library, 4th Floor, Room A4060
May 20 @ 6:30 pm – 9:00 pm
Growing Up Golem: How I Survived My Mother, Brooklyn, and Some Really Bad Dates @ Antioch University Los Angeles Library, 4th Floor, Room A4060 | Culver City | California | United States

The LGBT Specialization and MAP Speaker Series present:

Growing Up Golem: How I Survived My Mother, Brooklyn, and Some Really Bad Dates

Author Donna Minkowitz discusses lesbian psychology and the false self and its alchemical transformation. Interviewed by Dr. Douglas Sadownick

Light Dinner: 6:30 p.m.
Presentation: 7:00 p.m.
Audience Q&A: 8:00 p.m.

Open to all. RSVP is required.

RSVP by May 10 to LGBTSpecialization@antioch.edu

Donna Minkowitz is the author of “Growing up Golem: How I Survived My Mother, Brooklyn and Some Really Bad Dates,” which Hugo and Nebula Award-winning writer Terry Bisson called “rich and wild, dark and funny, as fearless as her legendary journalism and as scary as a fairy tale.” Donna won a Lambda Literary Award for her first memoir, “Ferocious Romance: What My Encounters with the Right Taught Me about Sex, God and Fury.” A columnist on queer politics and culture for the Village Voice for eight years, Minkowitz has also written for the New York Times Book Review, Salon, The Nation, and New York magazine. She won a GLAAD Media Award for her journalism in the Voice, and the Exceptional Merit Media Award for “In the Name of the Father,” a piece in which she disguised herself as a sixteen-year-old Christian evangelical boy to write about the Promise Keepers for Ms. Magazine.

Jun
14
Sat
7th Annual Children’s Literature Conference and Horace Mann Upstanders Award @ Wildwood School (elementary campus)
Jun 14 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
7th Annual Children’s Literature Conference and Horace Mann Upstanders Award @ Wildwood School (elementary campus) | Los Angeles | California | United States

Join us for the 7th Annual Children’s Literature Conference and Horace Mann Upstanders Award, presented by the Education Department at Antioch University Los Angeles. Established in 2008, the Horace Mann Upstanders Book Award honors books in which the main character recognizes injustice and acts in a way to right the wrong. This award honors new children’s literature that best exemplifies the ideals of social action and in turn encourages young readers to become agents of change themselves.

Past winners include:

2013 – Unspoken-–  Henry Cole – writer and illustrator

2012 – Ghetto Cowboy – Greg Neri –  writer

2011 – Almost Zero: a Dyamonde Daniel Book - Nikki Grimes – writer, R. Gregory Christie – illustrator

2010 – Dunderheads - Paul Fleischman – writer, David Roberts – illustrator

2009 – Violet the Pilot  Steve Breen – writer and illustrator

2008 – Mrs. Marlowe’s Mice Frank Asch – writer, Devin Asch – illustrator