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Dr. Lee Weiser

Dr. Weiser to Speak on Zombies, Jungian Psychology

The title of her presentation “Why Do You Feed Salt to a Zombie?” is enough to make anyone curious. Dr. Lee Weiser, professor in AUSB’s PsyD in Clinical Psychology program, will present her psychological research at the International Association of … Learn More

Maggie Espinoza

AUSB Honors the Life of Maggie L. Espinoza

AUSB honors the life of AUSB alum and long-time community leader Margaret “Maggie” L. Espinoza and her service to Santa Barbara county. Maggie, a resident of Guadelupe, CA, passed away February 13, 2014, at the age of 64. This year … Learn More


AUSB’s Albert J. Munoz-Flores To Present on Bullying Effects & Prevention

AUSB’s Albert J. Munoz-Flores, PsyD, will give two educational presentations on childhood bullying for the community in April, as bullying has been identified as a form of aggressive behavior present in schools. The consequences of childhood bullying manifest themselves in … Learn More


AUSB’s Dr. Treviño to Present at California Psychological Association Convention

Dr. Salvador Treviño, PhD, in collaboration with UCSB doctoral student, Erika Noriega, MA, will be presenting his scholarship on Latino mental health at the 2014 California Psychological Association Annual Convention in Monterey, Calif., April 10-13. He will discuss “Creating Sacred Space in … Learn More


Antioch in Conversation Explores the Intersection of Documentaries and Social Change

  Antioch in Conversation’s premier event on Wednesday, March 12, “Documenting the Face of Homelessness and Poverty in Santa Barbara,” brought home the point that the power of digital media – and in particular short documentaries – can be a … Learn More

Elizabeth Wolfson, PhD

AUSB’s Dr. Wolfson to present at Society for Humanistic Psychology Conference

  Dr. Elizabeth Wolfson, Chair of the MA in Clinical Psychology Program, will be presenting at the 7th Annual Society for Humanistic Psychology Conference, which will be held March 13-16 at Sofia University in Palo Alto. In keeping with the conference … Learn More


March 8: “Inspiring Change” on International Women’s Day

AUSB proudly joins in celebration of International Women’s Day on March 8, in honor of the lives and achievements of women in our community and around the world. The United Nations has declared the theme for 2014 to be “Inspiring … Learn More


Join the Conversation: AUSB to Discuss
Poverty and Homelessness in Santa Barbara

AUSB is launching new series of community events called Antioch in Conversation designed to engage in dialogue with the public on social issues. The first event, Documenting the Face of Homelessness & Poverty in Santa Barbara, takes place on Wed., March … Learn More


Dr. Leffert to speak on the “Elimination of Bias” at SBWL Event

AUSB President Nancy Leffert, PhD, will speak at Santa Barbara Women Lawyers (SBWL) “Elimination of Bias” MCLE Lunch on Tuesday, March 4, from 12-1:30 pm. Dr. Leffert will be joined by two other community leaders – Lori Gaskin, PhD, President … Learn More


Santa Barbara Public Radio Station KCRW Finds a Home at Antioch

The recent sale of long-time classical radio station KDB to Santa Monica-based NPR affiliate KCRW has resulted in an unexpected boon for Antioch University Santa Barbara (AUSB), which will house the offices of KCRW’s new local operations. According to online articles in … Learn More

Fierce Green Fire

Film: “A Fierce Green Fire: The Battle for a Living Planet,” Feb. 21

Join us for the film “A Fierce Green Fire: The Battle for a Living Planet” hosted by BA program core faculty member Dr. Dawn Murray, on February 21, 2014, in AUSB’s Community Hall at 7 p.m. It is the first … Learn More

Women & Leadership Certificate Program Faculty and Class of 2014

Women & Leadership Cohort Completes First Residency

AUSB’s 16-member, inaugural Women & Leadership Certificate Program cohort completed their first on-campus residency January 10-12, 2014. In addition to initiating the training, the weekend included a series of opportunities for the women to share their experiences – including a … Learn More


AUSB Hosts Reception and Book Signing for Tom Parker

In conjunction with the Hutton Parker Foundation, Antioch University Santa Barbara (AUSB) hosted an evening reception and book signing for real estate investor Tom Parker’s new book The $100 Million Secret: Why and How Foundations Should Invest in Community Instead … Learn More


AUSB Honors Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

 In solidarity with the rest of the nation, AUSB honors the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. – for being a leader of courage and conviction who devoted himself to the civil rights cause and the pursuit … Learn More


Dr. Dawn Murray Elected Vice President of the Tribal Trust Foundation

Dr. Dawn Murray, professor at Antioch University Santa Barbara, was elected vice president of the Tribal Trust Foundation. With a PhD in ocean sciences from UC Santa Cruz, Murray now teaches courses in marine biology, environmental advocacy and justice, global … Learn More

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NAWBO-CA and AUSB Announce Scholarship Winner

Last month, the National Association for Women Business Owners – Santa Barbara (NAWBO-SB) awarded program chairwoman Julie McGloin with a full-tuition scholarship for AUSB’s new Women and Leadership Certificate Program. This announcement was made by Congresswoman Lois Capps and AUSB … Learn More