Provost Commencement Address Champions Reading as a Cornerstone of Democracy
The Graduate School of Leadership and Change (GSLC) recognized 20 new graduates during its 2019 commencement ceremony this summer. GSLC Provost Dr. Laurien Alexandre initiated the event with a powerful commencement speech that highlighted the power of reading as an act of engaged democratic citizenship and charged graduates and those in attendance to “go out and read” to learn, to grow personally and professionally, to expand horizons and to build empathy.
GSLC Faculty Discuss Their Passion & Degrees of Purpose
Faculty with Passion
Degrees of Purpose
Combining Passion & Purpose
Seeking New Colleagues
GSLC Students share what the program means to them
Antioch University is an integrated national system with campuses in four states as well as aset of virtual and low-residency divisions, of which the Graduate School of Leadership and Change is one. Antioch University provides learner-centered education to empower students with the knowledge and skills to lead meaningful lives and to advance social, economic, and environmental justice.
Antioch aspires to be a leading university offering learners and communities transformative education in a global context that fosters innovation and inspires social action.
Faculty with Passion for Degrees of Purpose
The Graduate School of Leadership & Change seeks two passionate senior scholar-practitioners whose research and practice engages highly motivated learners in robust cross-sector inquiry into the thorny issues of our times. We are open to a wide range of disciplinary backgrounds with preferred areas include but are not limited to the following: higher education, the arts, sustainability, pro-inclusive and anti-racist leadership and change practices, neuroscience and leadership, spirituality and leadership, and advocacy for the social, economic, and environmental justice. The successful candidates will join our extraordinary mission-driven interdisciplinary faculty team in the training of emerging scholar-practitioners as active public intellectuals in their sectors and professions.
The School’s highly successful PhD in Leadership & Change enters its 21st year with over 300 alumni and 150 active learners, an 80% graduation rate, and a highly diverse, productive and innovative faculty team and student body. The PhD’s paradigm-shifting low-residency, cohort-structured, competency-based (not course-based) program serves experienced practitioners in a wide array of sectors and professions. The program’s outcomes-based curriculum blends face-to-face residencies (and will return to this after the pandemic!) with uniquely designed virtual technologies to support a dynamic, geographically dispersed and networked learning community. Our model addresses the knowledge and capabilities scholars need to conduct bold research that can have positive impacts on leading change for equitable and sustainable futures in organizations and communities around the globe.
Successful applicants must have: a doctorate in an area related to our interdisciplinary curriculum; an established record of research and practice equivalent to level of Full Professor; substantial experience advising doctoral students and chairing dissertations; experience teaching a broad range of research methods; comfort with and interest in utilizing academic technologies for innovative teaching and learning; and a lively spirit of academic experimentation and a belief in the power of education to “win victories for humanity.”
Teaching theories and practices of leading change as well as a broad range of research methods; evaluating student work in an iterative and narrative format; advising and mentoring doctoral students; chairing dissertations; facilitating learning within geographically dispersed technology-enabled student body; and collaborating with a highly engaged interdisciplinary faculty team.
- Full-time positions at Full Professor level
- Multi-year rolling contracts
- Work from home offices anywhere in US
- Trimester travel will be required (post-pandemic)
- Start date is Summer 2022 or sooner; some flexibility
- Email cover letter and CV to GSLC Faculty Search Committee at [email protected]
- Deadline is November 1, 2021 or until the position is filled
For more information:
Contact the GSLC Dean, Dr. Laurien Alexandre, at [email protected]
Antioch University is an integrated multi-campus system with locations in four states as well as a set of national schools, and onsite, virtual and low-residency programs, of which the Graduate School of Leadership and Change is one. Antioch University provides learner-centered education to empower students with the knowledge and skills to lead meaningful lives and to advance social, economic, and environmental justice.
Antioch University provides equal opportunity for all qualified applicants and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, ancestry, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, family status, or disability in matters affecting employment or in providing access to programs.