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Office of Academic Affairs

Office of Academic Affairs

Antioch College welcomes applications and nominations for its next Vice President for Academic Affairs. Antioch seeks a vice president with a demonstrated commitment to social justice as well as experience as an academic leader and scholar. Antioch’s next VPAA must be energetic and dynamic and able to make decisions in the best interests of the College and its faculty. The College is centered in student engagement through community governance and co-operative education that prepares graduates who are ready to work and live with passion and purpose. The next VPAA will need to possess energy, passion, good humor, and dedication to collaborative academic processes that serve and respond to students.

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.

Dr. David Kammler, Vice President of Academic Affairs, works with the faculty and staff in the Office of Academic Affairs to support and facilitate delivery of the curriculum and student learning at Antioch College. In addition the Office of Academic Affairs assists related academic services and supports, including Cooperative Education, Global Education, Academic Support Services, faculty development, the Registrar, Olive Kettering Library, Herndon Gallery, and the Writing Institute in their work with our students.