Antioch University
Felice Nudelman of the New York Times Company has been named the new chancellor of Antioch University, replacing Toni Murdock.

Felice Nudelman of the New York Times Company has been named the new chancellor of Antioch University, replacing Toni Murdock.

Antioch University names new chancellor

This week the Antioch University Board of Governors named Felice Nudelman as the school’s new chancellor, effiective July 1. She will take the place of Toni Murdock, who has served as chancellor for seven years.

Currently, Nudelman is executive director of education for The New York Times Company, where she is responsible for developing and overseeing education initiatives, including the New York Times Knowledge Network, according to a university press release. In that position, she has led the development of a business model in e-learning that emphasizes collaboration with colleges and universities to create and deliver online courses.

“Ms. Nudelman brings an abundance of experience and talent to Antioch University,” said Board Chair Larry Stone in the press release. “We were looking for a leader who is innovative and makes the good ideas come to life quickly to benefit the entire institution. We’re ecstatic that she agreed to make this commitment to lead us to a position of strength and vitality.”

Previously, Nudelman was executive director for Pace University’s School of Education, receiving Pace’s Outstanding Contribution award for her work. She was also associate dean of academic affairs at Bloomfield College. She received a bachelors in fine arts and philosophy from Allegheny College and an MFA from the Pratt Institute.

See the March 22 Yellow Springs News for a more detailed article on the new chancellor.

 

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