We are currently accepting applications for our 2017 Women & Leadership Certificate Program – a unique, low-residency/virtual certificate program that prepares tomorrow’s leaders by empowering them with the knowledge, skills, and mentorship to achieve professional and personal success.
Questions? Please contact our Office of Admissions at 805-962-8179 x5301.
Are you interested in becoming a licensed clinician? Learn about AUSB’s MA in Clinical Psychology program that prepares students to become licensed Marriage & Family Therapists (MFTs). Along with the core program, AUSB also offers two optional concentrations: Healthy Aging and Latino Mental Health.
Tuesday, October 11 from 5:00 to 6:30 p.m. at the AUSB campus at 602 Anacapa Street
At the Info Session, you will:
– Hear about our MA in Clinical Psychology program and learn about becoming an MFT
– Learn about the optional concentrations of Healthy Aging or Latino Mental Health
– Meet a faculty member
– Talk with our Admissions team
– Enjoy light refreshments
– Tour our campus
Antioch University Santa Barbara is once again excited to be partnering with Antioch University New England, the Academy of Forest Kindergarten Teachers, and the Orfalea Family Children’s Center to offer In Bloom in Santa Barbara: Promising Practices in Nature Based Early Childhood Education.
“Every child should have mud pies,
grasshoppers, waterbugs, tadpoles, frogs,
wild strawberries, acorns, chestnuts,
trees to climb, brooks to wade,
water-lilies, woodchucks, bats, bees,
butterflies, various animals to pet,
hayfields, pine-cones, rocks to roll, sand, snakes,
huckleberries, and hornets;
and any child who has been
deprived of these has been deprived of
the best part of his education.”
~ Luther Burbank
Children stomp in puddles, whittle sticks, paint their faces with charcoal, take care of animals AND expand their vocabularies, do real math, conduct investigations and develop resilience in nature-based early childhood programs.
We invite you to both join in the dialogue and actively participate in this one-day conference, In Bloom in Santa Barbara: Promising Practices in Nature-based Early Childhood Education on Saturday, November 5, 2016. The conference will feature a morning keynote, an afternoon panel discussion and workshops by local practitioners. All events will focus on the educational and health benefits of being in the natural world with children.
All early childhood and early elementary parents, teachers, outdoor educators, and administrators with an interest in connecting children to the nearby natural and built environments are invited. Click here to register
|8:15 am — 9:00 am||Registration Check-In|
|9:00 am — 9:10 am||Opening Circle|
|9:15 am — 10:15 am||Morning Keynote|
|10:30 am — 12:00 noon||Morning Workshops|
|12:00 noon — 1:00 pm||Lunch is provided. Use the “special needs” option when logging in to indicate any dietary restrictions.|
|1:00 pm — 2:00 pm||Panel Discussion|
|2:15 pm — 3:45 pm||Afternoon Workshops|
|3:50 pm — 4:00 pm||Closing Circle|
Download program brochure as PDF for more information on conference events.
$75—Group Discount (3 or more from the same organization)
$50—Antioch University Alumni & Co-Sponsor Staff
$50—Antioch University Students