Glenn Watts, the Antioch University vice chancellor of finance, left, and Lois Mann, the university's vice chancellor of development, plan to resign at the end of the year.
...Glenn Watts, the vice chancellor of finance, and Lois Mann, the vice chancellor of development, each said that their concurrent decisions were personal and had nothing to do with the other.
...Though Mann is also resigning her position, she is taking a year sabbatical to travel and see family before she makes a final decision about leaving Antioch University.She also described her work as "fairly intensive," noting that a true break would be welcome.She
has made no final decisions about what she
will do next.Mann joined Antioch College in 1992 as the vice president of development and alumni relations.In 1996 Mann joined the Antioch University's vice chancellor's office shortly after it was created, taking charge of drawing money into the school.Her
12 years at Antioch
have been positive, she
"It's bittersweet to be leaving Antioch
said."I feel I worked hard for the college's viability, and it's sad I'm not going to be part of the college's renewal."Antioch College
is implementing the renewal plan, which includes adopting a new curriculum and major improvements to campus facilities.In addition, the college has raised $35 million in a capital campaign, which Mann
believes is a result of the excitement alumni feel about the renewal plan.
..."Both Glenn and Lois have made a tremendous contribution to Antioch University," Dan Kaplan, chairman of the university's Board of Trustees, said.