Jan 16, 2010

Masters in making a difference

Open House Center for Creative Change

If you or someone you know is interested in finding out more about programs offered in the Center for Creative Change at Antioch University Seattle, we invite you to attend our Open House Wed., Jan. 27, 2010, 6 to 8 p.m.

The Center's degree programs grow creative leaders, necessary for addressing the complex challenges we face. Our graduates gain the essential skills for generating sustainable change and propelling our workplaces, communities and our world toward better futures.

Center graduates gain technical and collaboration skills, making them vital leaders in their chosen fields. Our interdisciplinary degree programs, delivered in a supportive group environment, result in adaptive, critical thinkers who know how to build on the strengths of those around them.

Faculty and students will be talking about the Center's five interdisciplinary masters' degrees programs:

  • M.A. in Environment & Community
  • M.A. in Whole Systems Design
  • M.A. in Strategic Communication
  • M.A. in Organizational Psychology
  • M.S. in Management

We'll also tell you about our Graduate Certificates.

Meet faculty, students and alumni for the program that interests you. Financial aid representatives also answer questions. Light refreshments will be served.

AUS campus, room 200
Antioch University Seattle is located at 2326 Sixth Avenue in Belltown, between Bell and Battery.

For further information, please contact:
Wendy L. Olsen, M.A.,
Admissions Advisor
for Creative Change
1-888-268-4477 ext. 5208

Global Issues & Perspectives is a free lecture/discussion series sponsored by the Center for Creative Change to address the question: What do we need to know to become effective global citizens?

The series is an enriching opportunity to hear, learn from and be inspired by individuals - many of whom are from other cultures and countries - who are invited to
Antioch to share their values and vision. Free and open to the public.

Antioch campus, room 100

Thurs., Jan. 21,
7 p.m.
Transforming the Global Footprint of American Business
A conversation with business leaders who are creating social and
environmental benefits through innovative business practices.

Seattle-based executives describe strategies for transforming their organization's global footprint:

Valerie Bone, Director of Quality/Corporate Social Responsibility, Pacific Market International; David Okrent, Brand Director, Environment and Sustainability, The Boeing Co.; David Basson,

President, Greensource Organic Clothing; and Dennis Gawlik, Faculty, Bainbridge Graduate Institute, and Director of Purchasing Services, University of Washington.

Discussion facilitated by Karl Ostrom, Co-Director of NBIS, Network for Business Innovation and Sustainability.

Thurs., Feb. 18, 7 p.m.
Youth Lead the Way in Global Citizenship

High school and college students discuss experiences with peers in Jordan, Guatemala and Peru through programs with One World Now, Global Visionaries and Bridges to Understanding. One World Now's vision offers new opportunities for young people to increase their tolerance, gain new language and leadership skills and to experience other cultures first-hand. Global Visionaries educates and empowers youth to become active leaders and global citizens who promote social and environmental justice through community service at home and abroad. Bridges to Understanding uses digital technology and the art of storytelling to empower

For more information about the Center for Creative Change at Antioch University Seattle, please visit our website or contact admissions advisor Wendy Olsen at 206-268-4208 or
1-888-268-4477 ext. 5208; wolsen@antioch.edu.

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