Antioch University Restructures Leadership
Over the past few years, Antioch University has undergone several changes, starting with its separation from Antioch College in 2009. The most recent has been the university system’s decision to dismiss the presidents of each of its five campuses nationwide and eliminate all campus boards of trustees. Each individual campus will now be primarily overseen by a provost. The larger system will now be managed by the the Antioch University Board of Governors and Interim Chancellor Bill Groves. WYSO’s April Laissle sat down with Groves to discuss what prompted the restructuring and the university system’s plans to move forward.