Antioch University New England Seeks New VPAA

Antioch University New England (AUNE) in Keene, New Hampshire, is accepting applications for a vice president of academic affairs (VPAA). The new VPAA will join a team headed by Dr. Stephen B. Jones, who came to AUNE as its new president on July 1.

The VPAA oversees academic program quality, currency, and innovation; curriculum development; faculty staffing, development, and evaluation; academic governance; and academic support  services. The VPAA also ensures compliance with government regulations, accreditation standards, and university policies.

The VPAA will replace Dr. Stephen Neun, who left to become founding dean of the College of Business, Information Systems, and Human Services at Lock Haven University, Lock Haven, Pennsylvania.

AUNE will begin to review applications immediately, and will continue until the position is filled. To apply, send a letter of interest, a curriculum vita, and five professional references in an email, with VPAA Search in the subject line, to Andrea Hodson, Director of Human Resources, [email protected].

Find more information about the VPAA opening.

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