The Hope Project is partnering with the AUS African Assistance Project in educating and including the Antioch community in getting involved with relief for victims of the Ebola crisis in Africa. Here’s one way to get involved:
Weekly discussion of veteran experience on campus, community resources for veterans, and current research on best practices for student veteran success. Meetings are collaborative, involving faculty, administration, student veterans, and those using transferred GI Bill benefits. All are invited to attend.
The Financial Aid Office will be closed Monday, December 1st through Friday, December 5th while the staff are attending an off-site training. The email@example.com email will be checked daily, so students are encouraged to email if they have an immediate need.
Join us for a talk with Karen Bonnell and Kristen Little, authors of the book “The Co-Parents’ Handbook: Raising Well-Adjusted, Resilient, and Resourceful Kids in a Two-Home Family from Little Ones to Young Adults.” This is a great opportunity for anyone in the CFT program, or for anyone who wants to know more about the skills that go into successful co-parenting!
When it comes to a child’s sense of family, what divorce breaks apart, solid co-parenting rebuilds. With a tested “here’s how” approach, The Co-Parents’ Handbook helps parents confidently take on the challenges of raising children in two homes.
Addressing parents’ questions about the emotional impact of separation, conflict, grief and recovery, the authors skillfully provide a road map for all members of the family to safely navigate through separation/divorce and beyond. Parents discover through practical guidance how to move from angry/hurt partners to constructive, successful co-parents.
About the Authors:
Karen Bonnell, ARNP, MS is a board-certified clinical nurse specialist with over 30 years of experience working with individuals, couples, and parents. Her private practice is dedicated to working with couples across the spectrum from pre-marital preparation to co-parenting in two-home families to remarriage. As a Divorce and Co-Parent Coach, Karen has dedicated her work to thoughtfully resolving conflicts one person, one couple and one family at a time. Karen has served on the board of King County Collaborative Law and was a founding member of the Collaborative Professionals of Washington. She is a member of the International Academy of Collaborative Professionals and Academy of Professional Family Mediators. Karen is a regular presenter on topics related to divorce and co-parent coaching, as well as advanced communication skills. Karen lives in the foothills of the Cascade range outside Seattle. She values the lessons learned in the “school of hard knocks” in her experience of creating a two-home family before divorce coaching existed. Her two adult children are her every-day inspiration for the beauty of love, forgiveness, and trust in the capacity of family in all its forms.
Kristin Little MA, MS, LMHC is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor in private practice in the Seattle area. She has provided therapy for children at risk and their families within her community for the past 17 years. Currently, Kristin is a board member of Collaborative Professionals of Washington, a growing organization that is dedicated to reducing the harmful conflict of divorce for couples and families. Her private practice as a Collaborative Divorce Child Specialist, as well as her own difficult journey through divorce and single parenting, provides Kristin with unique insights and a compassionate and practical approach for guiding individuals, parents and children through the emotional landscape of divorce. Kristin is a frequent speaker to mental health and legal professional groups on the topic of healthy coping for parents and children in divorce. Kristin lives in the Seattle area with her young son and her loving, large, and complicated two-home family.
Wednesday, December 3, 2014, from 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm: Antioch will host an education/fundraiser event in room 100. This is a free educational event.
We have been approached by students, staff and faculty who want to help the people and countries of West Africa presently undergoing a devastating Ebola crisis. Several of you are either from or have worked in the region, and we add our voices to yours in calling for action and support on behalf of our global neighbors and family. They are surely part of our Beloved Community after all.
If you are moved by the immense challenges and inspiring heroism of those in the midst of the crisis, we ask you to donate to Ebola Relief in West Africa.
Antioch has organized an AUS African Assistance Project. Through this project, we intend to act as a convener and to support networking of information and resource for critical health and other relief efforts.
On Wednesday, December 3, 2014, from 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm, Antioch will be hosting an education/fundraiser event in room 100. This is a free educational event. You may attend and learn about the crisis without donating. If you wish to be involved immediately:
Doctors Without Borders
The Hope Project
Thank you and we hope to see you on December 3 at 6:00 pm.
Join us for our B.A. students’ symposium! They will be presenting on their senior projects, so come support all their hard work. (Flyer and presentations subjects to follow!)
Every quarter, the Center for Teaching and Learning offers Teaching Brown Bags to core and adjunct faculty, in a casual lunchtime conversation or short workshop covering a range of topics selected to enhance and streamline your teaching.
Mission Statement: We explore feminism in a multicultural context. We seek to understand ways that feminism can positively influence our own identities and empower members of our community.
Long Term Plans:
This group will meet bi-monthly and discuss feminist topics focused by short readings (which we plan to draw from a syllabus Gwen Jones created for an advanced feminism class she used to teach). Students do not need to complete the readings to attend the meetings and participate in the discussions. Meetings should last between 1-2 hours depending on the size of the group and the intensity of the discussion.
We are also planning to bring in high profile feminist speakers once a quarter (hopefully starting with Gwen Jones). Other opportunities may include creating an Antioch feminist blog, writing publishable articles, and engaging in community outreach. But these activities will be totally optional. Students will be able to participate in whatever way works for them.