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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.
Celebration of Former Antioch Professor Martin Worman to Occur on Sunday, July 19
To the Antioch College Community,
To recap, the search committee held our first meeting on May 28; and we met again on June 19. We, the committee appointed by Board of Trustees search, have retained the services of the executive search consulting group, Isaacson Miller (IM). They are the best in higher education, have the best reputation. They have assigned Sean Farrell and Kahn Lee to work on this assignment.
4th Annual WYSO Open House Joins Forces with Wellness Center Free Community Day
WYSO Public Radio and The Wellness Center at Antioch College are partnering to bring families a day of free fun in beautiful Yellow Springs. On Sunday, July 12 from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m., WYSO will hold its fourth annual open house and The Wellness Center will hold a free community day.
Recreated Liberal Arts School in Yellow Springs, Ohio Confers Degrees to 21 Students
Historic Recordings Available Online at WYSO.org/archives Beginning June 19
Public Radio station WYSO, in collaboration with the Greene County Public Library and Antioch College, will open the WYSO Digital Audio Archives for online listening on Friday, June 19, 2015 in conjunction with WYSO’s first-ever reunion. The full archive can be accessed at http://wyso.org/archives.