PsyD in Clinical Psychology
As Mucci moved through the program, she noticed Antioch’s growing reputation in the professional community. “When I work with outside organizations or with students from other universities, they often seek out Antioch students for the critical perspective they bring,” she says. Learn More
MA Environment & Community
Berger’s focus, while at Antioch, was on multi stake-holder planning processes, particularly for a statewide approach to Sustainability Education. Finding successes in design, relationship building and reflection he is grateful for the action centered approach that C3 offers. Learn More
This Fulbright Scholar took her multicultural education program to Egypt in January 2009. The world has become the stage for this performer, choreographer and cultural arts instructor. Learn More
Makes a Difference in Seattle
“Antioch University Seattle is not a traditional four-year university. Our roots are in service and advancing the causes of political, economic, and social equality.”
– Dr. Brian Baird, AUS President and former Congressman
Making a difference and serving the community reverberates for students, faculty and staff at Antioch University Seattle. As part of United Way’s Day of Caring, a team helped tame the Lyon’s Storage at the Downtown Emergency Service Center (DESC) cleaning, organizing, and labeling multiple storage closets throughout the center to make it easier to provide shelter for homeless adults. In mid-October, AUS community members raised over $2000 for the Women’s Education Program which serves homeless women in downtown Seattle.
“The opportunity to be in the community and support the Pollinator Pathway,
a program I really care about, is one of the reasons why I chose
Antioch University Seattle.”
– Anna Schulman, student
In October, AUS ditched Convocation regalia for a day volunteering in three sites around Seattle: distributing food at Pike Place Food Bank, planting at the nation’s largest public food forest, Beacon Hill Food Forest, and at the Pollinator Pathway, which supports Seattle’s urban ecosystem. Partnerships continued through drives that collected 176lbs of food for Pike Place Food Bank at Thanksgiving and clothing for DESC and gifts for foster children at Treehouse in December.