Office of Academic Affairs
Antioch offers students a unique and challenging educational curriculum based in experiential education and the intentional integration of classroom, community and cooperative education. Special attention is given to curricular initiatives of FACT, sustainability, Global Seminars and development of language proficiency. The Office of Academic Affairs at Antioch College is responsible for overseeing the delivery of that curriculum.
As Vice President for Academic Affairs (VPAA), Brian reports to the President and works closely with faculty and other community members to provide strategic leadership for Antioch College’s academic programs, personnel, and academic resources, including primary responsibility for the Office of Academic Affairs, Cooperative Education, Registrar, Olive Kettering Library, Herndon Art Gallery, Antioch Review, Writing Institute, and all faculty. The VPAA serves on the President’s Council and Community Council, collaborates with the Executive Faculty Committee, and supports the Academic Affairs Committee of the Board of Trustees.