Scott Brantley, Chair of Criminal Justice Program, to Retire

June 28, 2013

Seven Hills, Ohio, June 28, 2013 – Chancellor University announces that Scott Brantley, Chair of the Criminal Justice program and former FBI special agent, will retire at the end of Summer Session I.

During his 28-year tenure with the FBI, Brantley served as a Special Agent and Chief Division Counsel. He began teaching at Chancellor in 2004, where he quickly became popular with students for his extensive field knowledge and in-class debates.

“It’s been a rewarding experience to have gotten to work with so many excellent students at Chancellor,” said Brantley. “I’m proud to have made an impact and will remember my time with this school fondly.”

Brantley is a U.S. Army veteran and holds a B.A. in history and a Juris Doctorate from the University of Memphis. He is admitted to practice law in Ohio and Tennessee.

“It is rare to find an educator of Scott’s caliber who freely shares both his professional and personal experiences with students in such a compelling manner,” said Provost Steve Kerr. “Scott is a truly remarkable individual and will be greatly missed at Chancellor University.”

Added President Bob Daugherty, “On behalf of Chancellor University, I would like to thank Scott Brantley for his years of dedication to our institution and wish him the best in his retirement.”
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