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The Antioch College Pro Tempore Board of Trustees met last weekend, holding a session open to the public on Saturday afternoon. Topics of discussion included the accreditation process, the faculty search and the college’s relationship to its former tenured faculty. Pictured above, from left, Jennifer Berman reported on the activities of the community governance task force, with new President Mark Roosevelt looking on; consultant Len Clark, who is overseeing the accreditation process, reported on a recent favorable site visit, with Alumni Board President Nancy Crow looking on; and faculty emeritus Al Denman expressed his concerns regarding the relationship of the college to its former tenured faculty. (Submitted photos by Jonny No)

Antioch College Board

The Antioch College Pro Tempore Board of Trustees met last weekend, holding a session open to the public on Saturday afternoon. Topics of discussion included the accreditation process, the faculty search and the college’s relationship to its former tenured faculty. Pictured above, from left, Jennifer Berman reported on the activities of the community governance task force, with new President Mark Roosevelt looking on; consultant Len Clark, who is overseeing the accreditation process, reported on a recent favorable site visit, with Alumni Board President Nancy Crow looking on; and faculty emeritus Al Denman expressed his concerns regarding the relationship of the college to its former tenured faculty. (Submitted photos by Jonny No)

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