Antioch College Achieves Fundraising Goal Through Generous Support
Successful “Antioch Activate” Campaign Keeps College Moving Forward Yellow Springs, Ohio 1-9-23 — Antioch College launched the “Antioch Activate” campaign in September of 2022 with a goal of raising $2.5M by December 31, 2022. Through a total of 1,413 generous...
Antioch College Awarded Choose Ohio First Funds
Competitive Scholarship Funds of $495,000 Over Five Years to be Awarded Yellow Springs, Ohio 12-19-22 — Antioch College has been awarded $495,000 as part of the FY23 Choose Ohio First (COF) Program. Over the next five years, these competitive scholarship funds will be...
We have to solve multiple problems simultaneously
Interview with Dr. Kim Landsbergen I'm Kim Landsbergen. I am an associate professor of Biology and Environmental Science. I joined the faculty at Antioch in fall of 2014. I am an army kid. My folks are from Tennessee and Florida. And I spent my formative years growing...
Dr. Kim Landsbergen Participates in National Science Foundation Grant
Associate Professor of History, Dr. Kevin McGruder, featured on Critical Race Theory panel discussion at the Columbus Metropolitan Club
Richard Hauck ’17 Accepted to Two Master’s Programs
After graduating with a self-designed major in Bachelor of Science: Ecology and the Human Environment with Spanish Language focus and earning magna cum laude, Richard Hauck ’17 has been accepted into two master’s programs at Arizona State University.
Explorations Through Co-op: Jen Ruud ’18
Although Jen Ruud ’18 majored in Environmental Science at Antioch, their Co-ops provided opportunities for exploration in different fields.
Joan Argetsinger Steitz ’63 Awarded Wolf Prize in Medicine
The Wolf Prize in medicine was awarded to three scientists—Lynne Maquat, Adrian Krainer, and Joan Steitz ’63—on February 9, 2021, whose research in messenger RNA (mRNA) enabled the development of the COVID-19 vaccines.
Maya Canaztuj ’17: “Just Keep Pushing!”
Finding employment after college is a common challenge. But Antioch College students have a leg up, gaining valuable real-world experience through Co-op starting in the first year. Antiochians graduate not just with a degree, but also with a resume....
Dr. Henry Federighi’s Role in Antioch Science and Medicine Success
Affectionately known as “Chief” and “the Chief,” Professor of Biology Henry Federighi (1900-1960) exemplified the Antioch College envisioned by Arthur Morgan. Morgan sought a faculty not only expert in their fields but also interested in building a...
Julia Navarro ’16: Her path to naturopathic medicine
Before transferring to Antioch I had studied biomedical sciences at another university for two years. However, while shadowing physicians, I had become disenchanted with the conventional medical system and wanted to consider a path that felt more...