Dr. Marian Glancy Appointed to Chief Academic Officer

Dr. Marian Glancy, an educator and leader who helped Antioch University Midwest’s (AUM) School of Education achieve prestigious accreditation, was named Chief Academic Officer at the institution on July 1. Glancy, who has served at AUM as a core faculty member for more than a decade, and as director of the School of Education, is a member of AUM’s executive team.

“Dr. Glancy has helped countless students achieve their academic, civic, and personal goals through her mentorship, tutelage, and by sharing strategies to excel,” said Dr. Karen Schuster Webb, president of Antioch University Midwest. “As Chief Academic Officer, she will continue that tradition while providing her expertise, leadership and vision to our university. “

Glancy began her core faculty position at AUM in 2004, later becoming chair of adolescent young adult education and middle childhood education departments from 2005-2011. In 2011, she was selected as the School of Education’s director. In addition to serving on the AUM executive team, and has consistently shared her expertise through substantial committee work and outreach on behalf of Antioch University. Among her accomplishments, Glancy successfully led the extraordinary team effort that enhanced the School of Education’s national reputation through CAEP (Council for Accreditation of Educator Preparation) accreditation.

Prior to her appointment at AUM, Glancy was a research fellow at the Kettering Foundation and served as a faculty member and administrator at Jewel and Esk Valley College in Edinburgh, Scotland. She received a PhD in Educational Leadership and a Master’s of Science in Education from the University of Dayton. Her Bachelor’s of Education degree is from Dunfermline College in Scotland.

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