Robin Littell is committed to helping students develop and refine the skills needed to create well-crafted, effective essays. With a warm, down-to-earth teaching style that creates an environment where students feel comfortable sharing ideas and asking questions, Robin guides students to develop critical thinking, research, and writing skills that can be utilized throughout their time at Antioch and beyond.
Robin has taught a variety of English courses including English I and II, Developmental Writing, Technical Writing, and Reading and Study Skills at several colleges and currently teaches Global Seminar in Writing and College Writing Skills for Antioch. She participates as a small group discussion leader in Global Seminar every term and has co-coordinated Global Seminar in Water. Robin also serves as Director of the Writing Institute, which provides support services to students and faculty, including tutoring, cross-disciplinary essay consultations, writing workshops, and placement testing. Additionally, she plans on-campus readings with published authors in a variety of genres to give students and the broader region opportunities to hear their work and to participate in conversations about the craft of fiction and non-fiction writing and poetry.
Robin’s work with the College began just after its reopening as an event support specialist in Alumni Relations. Already teaching English composition at the college-level, the transition to the Antioch College Writing Institute soon after its creation was a natural fit. Robin brings with her a career in education from pre-k to college-level teaching and holds a BA in psychology from The Ohio State University and an MA in English from National University.