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Antioch Alum Winona LaDuke is a guest speaker at Seattle City Hall, 600 4th Ave, Bertha Knight Landes Room. Free and open to the public from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
There will be refreshments.
LaDuke earned her M.A. in Community Economic Development at Antioch University.
Join instructor Susanne Hutchinson for our weekly Wednesday yoga class!
We meet every Wednesday, 12-1pm, Room 200A/B.
The price is $60/5 class session or $15/drop in. See Jeannie in Student Accounts to pay (cash, check or credit/debit).
We are getting excited about our plans to gather and serve in the community again this year!
For this year’s event, we are inviting staff, faculty, current students and alumni for breakfast and an opportunity to serve on teams at a few chosen organizations both close to campus and in the Seattle area. We will also have projects on campus that benefit local organizations and allow people to participate for 1-3 hours.
Questions and comments can be directed to Aimee Bullock.
To participate, please fill out the form of your first and second choices to volunteer here: http://goo.gl/forms/fMyGI5vBkM
“Why is it set to start at 8:30? It’s so early!” That’s because our sites need us there by 9/9:15 a.m. We’re serving them, so we need to be ready to go then. It’d be even better if you could get here earlier to munch on snacks before we go. I suggest 8:15 a.m. if you’d like to mosey.
“Will there be breakfast or something?” Yes! We will have breakfast snacks and coffee for you. We’ll even have some paper bags if you’d like to bring a snack for later.
“What about lunch?” Well, you’ll need to provide your own lunch like any other work day. Brown bag it, or plan to go out near your site.
“Can I invite my work-study students?” Yes! Please do!
“What should I wear?” For the warehouse/food bagging – closed toed shoes are a must. For the outdoor rain garden with Greenstreets, dress accordingly, rain or shine; if you have gardening gloves/tools, I would suggest bringing them along. For the on-campus card making, shirts you don’t mind getting markers and stuff on them.
“What about coverage for my office?” Please work that out with your supervisor/departments. Each department is responsible for what they think is best on that day, whether you close the department for that day or someone stays behind. Up to you. Front Desk will be staffed.
“Do we have to come back after we’ve completed a project?” That’s up to you. You are free to go home and relish in the fact that you helped some great folks out, or come on back and make some cards with those back on campus.
Emotions, Trauma, & DBT: Integrating Research & Intervention.
Featuring six world class researchers and clinicians!
Antioch University Seattle is proud to be a sponsor of this special training workshop.
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Since we are a sponsor, discounts are available for AUS community members.*
Contact Nick for the code: email@example.com
Early Registration: $399 (Until July 4)
Standard Registration: $449 (Until Sept 7)
Late Registration: $499 (Until October 16)
Priority Seating: $50
*Ask about co-sponsor discount code for clinicians
Sheraton Seattle Hotel
1400 6th Ave
Seattle, Washington, 98101
The LGBTQIA Student Group (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Questioning, Intersex, and Allies) invites students, staff, faculty, and alumni to a Gathering. All are welcome! The Gathering is a place to socialize with other LGBTQIA individuals. We usually meet twice a quarter on Friday noon of the 2nd and 7th week of each quarter, so if you miss this one, come to the next one. If you have any questions, contact Paulette de Coriolis.
Join us for WEEK 2 of this fall quarter’s Academic Support Lab event series!
For this time management event, ASL Peer Consultant, Katie Butler, will present strategies for managing your time while undergoing a rigorous academic program. Learn how to organize your environment and activities to support a successful work-life balance!
You are invited!
The Decades Project Writing Workshop
The Decades Project is a fascinating performance by the Drama Therapy program. This writing workshop is one of the ways to contribute to this project. Join us at the ASL for a collaborative journey of writing to highlight how we are shaped by the events we experience through the decades. There will be great conversations, writing prompts, reflections, and light refreshments. During summer, we enjoyed writing about childhood treasures, heroes and villains, growing old, imagination, technology, and even inaugural speeches…. This fall, we are invited to write about strength, wisdom, courage, and time machines! Come and join our creative adventure!
Feel free to forward the invite to anyone who might be interested in reflecting on their generational experience.
For questions or more information about this writing workshop, please contact Megan Bixel or Kristi Dang at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Friday, Oct 16 & 23
3:00 pm- 4:00 pm
AUS will have an Active Shooter training on Wednesday, October 21st at 11 a.m. in room 100; hosted by Terrie Johnston of the Seattle Police Dept.
If you’re unable to attend, we will be recording the training and will be planning another one, likely, in January.
Please try to be there.