哈桑Rahmanian, 退休教师，政治经济学的教授总统, received his BA and MA in Economics from the University of Tehran (Tehran, Iran) and completed his Ph.D. in Public Policy Research & Analysis from the Graduate School of Public & International Affairs, University of Pittsburgh in 1986. Hassan arrived at Antioch College in the fall of 1986 as an assistant professor of business and management. He earned tenure in the fall of 1991 and was promoted to associate professor of management. His leadership service to the college included terms on the Faculty Senate Steering Committee, the 学院 Executive Committee, and several terms of membership on the Administrative Council (AdCil) both as a faculty and community representative. He chaired the Management Program for several terms and coordinated the Department of Social & Global Studies for a four-year period beginning in 1998. At the closing of the College, Hassan rose as a leader in the Nonstop movement and was a founding member of the Nonstop Liberal Arts Institute’s Executive Collective. He was responsible for coordinating the Institute’s academic and educational program. From June 2009 to June 2010, he was senior director of institutional research & evaluation at Pacifica Graduate Institute in Carpinteria, California.
Hassan’s research and scholarly interests and works span over a wide range of topics including: empowerment and democracy in organization, affirmative action and diversity, time and the workplace, and globalization & modernizations.