29 minutes | Sep 1, 2021

BONUS EPISODE: Lessons from Season One

With Season Two kicking off in just one week, the Seed Field Podcast team wanted to take a look back at some of the knowledge our guests shared in Season One. Over these twelve episodes, we had conversations with Antiochians representing all six of our campuses and across disciplines including education, mental health, environmental studies, leadership, and more. In this episode, host Jasper Nighthawk and producer Lauren Instenes play their favorite clips, ranging from advice for navigating mental health during a pandemic to how to decolonize our communities and workplaces. We hope you enjoy this trip down memory lane—and don’t forget to join us next week for the start of Season Two!Here are direct links to each episode of Season One, in the order they are presented in today’s show:Stephen Brookfield on Anti-Racist EducationCatherine Lounsbury and Syntia Santos-Dietz on Decolonizing CurriculaDoug Wear and Lane Janger on Bringing Therapy OnlineGina Pasquale on Children’s Mental HealthCynthia Ruffin on Supporting LGBTQ+ YouthZoe Weil on Humane EducationLibby McCann and Sue Byers on Teaching Climate ChangeJean Kayira on Ways of Thinking About the EnvironmentChancellor Bill Groves on Higher Education and DemocracyAqeel Tirmizi on Self-Awareness in LeadershipKirsten Grimstad on Memory ActivismSue Woehrlin on NarrativeYou can always find the full episodes from Season One and future seasons at our website, theseedfield.org.Recorded August 17, 2021 via Riverside.fm. Released September 1, 2021. The Seed Field Podcast is produced by Antioch University.The Seed Field Podcast’s host is Jasper Nighthawk, and its editor is Lauren Instenes. Special thanks for this episode goes to Melissa Batalin, Karen Hamilton, and Melinda Garland for their contributions.For information about this and past episodes, and to access a full transcript, visit theseedfield.org. To get updates and be notified about future episodes, follow Antioch University on Facebook.
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