Antioch hires last of first-year tenure-track faculty
- Published: July 17, 2011
This week Antioch College leaders announced that they had hired the sixth, and last, of the college’s first year tenure-track faculty members. Based on the recommendation of the search committee, Antioch College President Mark Roosevelt hired Anneria Coria-Navis as assistant professor of Spanish.
Coria-Navia comes to the position after a decade of teaching Spanish in both k-12 and college-level classes, and two decades of teaching music education in the U.S. and abroad. Most recently, she has taught a beginning Spanish class, Spanish for Health Professionals, at Kettering College, and she also teaches beginner and intermediate-level Spanish at Wright State, where she also serves as a faculty supervisor in the Teacher Education Program.
Coria-Navia has taught Spanish at the Redlands Adventist Academy in Redlands, Cal., and at St. Mary’s Catholis School in Ann Arbor, Mich. She has taught music education at Andrews University in Berrien Springs, Mich., Lake Michigan
College and the Universidad Adventista de Montemorelos.
She is the final tenure-track faculty member hired for the revived college’s first year. Previously, faculty have been hired in the fields of cultural anthropology, philosophy, literature, chemistry and art.