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Final transaction ensures permanent protection of Ohio destination and educational center
Glen Helen Preserve, a popular recreation destination and environmental education facility owned by Antioch College, has been permanently protected, The Trust for Public Land, Antioch College, Tecumseh Land Trust, USDA-Natural Resource Conservation Service, and Ohio Public Works Commission announced today. A final conservation easement was recently secured, ensuring the wooded glen near Yellow Springs, Ohio will forever be preserved and open to the public.
The below correspondence is from Malte von Matthiessen, chair of the Presidential Search Committee. Malte also shared this information at Community Meeting on Tuesday, August 3.
On July 20, the Presidential Search Committee met with representatives from the executive search firm, Isaacson Miller (IM).
IM reported that there has been a lot of interest in the search for a new College president. They compiled a list of twenty-six candidates, who were identified as “active prospects”.
Eight Sheep Now Maintaining Grass Within College Solar Array
Antioch Is One of Five Colleges to Receive Expanding Collaboration Initiative Funds from the GLCA
Foundry Theater Open House Scheduled for Friday, August 28
This summer marks the second summer season at the Foundry Theater since its re-opening last year, when the cutting edge performance festival CALL AND RESPONSE was presented under the direction of Associate Professor of Performance, Gabrielle Civil. This year, the Antioch College Performance Program will present The Skin of Our Teeth by Thornton Wilder. The show will preview Thursday, August 27 and open Friday, August 28, to run through the weekend, Saturday and Sunday, August 29-30.
Antioch Professor’s New Book Out Now via Columbia University Press
Acclaimed seed education course travels to the Midwest
Two leading local food educators—the Rocky Mountain Seed Alliance (RMSA) and Antioch College—have announced a special session of the acclaimed Seed School educational program this fall. The six-day course will take place September 29 through October 4 on the Yellow Springs, Ohio campus, offering students a dynamic immersion into the history, science, craft, and spirit of seed saving.