Antioch University's Graduate School of Leadership & Change.
Low-residency programs & Diverse Cohorts
Our goal is to educate professionals from a wide range of fields and in a variety of positions to be reflective practitioners, principled leaders, and engaged researchers. Our programs are designed to both challenge and support leaders to engage the complex challenges of their fields.
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GSLC Provost Dr. Laurien Alexandre shared powerful remarks during the 2022 Commencement Address.
Hi, I'm Dr. Amy Rutstein-Riley, Associate Dean of Antioch's Graduate School of Leadership and Change and Director of the PhD program of the same name. I'm an interdisciplinary social scientist […]
Christina Wild, a 2023 graduate of the PhD Program in Leadership and Change, has published her dissertation entitled Teaching Without Walls: A Portraiture Study of Nature-Based Educators in Duluth, […]
William Keating, PhD in Leadership and Change, published his dissertation, A Case Study on Factors Influencing Retention of Mental Health Clinicians in a New Hampshire Community Mental Health […]