About the President

President Peter Eden

Peter A. Eden, Ph.D., took office as the fourth president of Landmark College on July 1, 2011. A scientist and researcher, he also is an accomplished educator and administrator whose passion for learning, innovation and discovery infuses his aspirations for the College’s future.

A firm believer that “education is ripe for reinvention,” Dr. Eden embraces technology and champions the responsible integration of new technology in higher education. With a strong background in modern science, research, teaching and scholarship, he stands poised to lead Landmark College into a new era of learning for college students with learning disabilities, ADHD, and autism spectrum disorder (ASD).

Dr. Eden’s varied experience encompasses nearly 20 years of achievement as an administrator and teacher in higher education, as well as a researcher and project director in the biotech/pharmaceutical industry.

Prior to joining Landmark, Dr. Eden served as dean of arts and sciences and professor of biotechnology at Endicott College in Beverly, MA. He previously was a tenured associate professor and chair of the science department at Marywood University in Scranton, PA. He was also a research fellow at the Jackson Laboratory and a visiting professor at the College of the Atlantic, both in Bar Harbor, ME. Before that, he worked five years at Biomeasure, Inc. (Beaufour-IPSEN) in Milford, MA, and Paris, France — initially as a molecular biologist, then quickly advancing to research project director.

Dr. Eden earned his undergraduate degree at the University of Massachusetts Amherst. He completed his Ph.D. at the University of New Hampshire and his post-doctoral training at Massachusetts Institute of Technology in microbiology, molecular biology, and neurobiology.

He has published more than 20 scientific articles, received NIH and NSF grant funding for research, and led the development of innovative undergraduate and graduate academic programs.

Forward thinking and progressive, Dr. Eden is exploring the development of new programs that promise to enhance learning at Landmark and ensure that the College remains the leader in higher education for students with learning disabilities, ADHD,and ASD.

Dr. Eden and his wife, Joanne, are the parents of three young children, Atticus, Dexter, and Vivienne.

Contact the President's Office:

Peter A. Eden, Ph.D.

Office of the President
Landmark College
19 River Road South
Putney, Vermont  05346
802.387.6725
Fax: 802.387.6878
president@landmark.edu

Tiffany Kerlow

Executive Assistant to the President
Office of the President
Landmark College
802.387.6725
tiffanykerylow@landmark.edu

Carol Nardino

Assistant to the President for Special Projects
Office of the President
Landmark College
802.387.6877
cnardino@landmark.edu