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Maryland Manual, 1977-78
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Robert C. Schleiger, President
Harold D. Jopp, Jr., Vice President
John R. Rodman, Dean of Arts and Sciences
John Meyer, Dean of Career Programs
Wye Mills 21679 Telephone: 822-5400
By Chapter 761, Acts of 1974, the Gov-
ernor was authorized to appoint the Board
of Trustees for Chesapeake College, a two
year regional college serving the Eastern
Shore. The Board of Trustees consists of
eight members, consisting of two residents
from each of the four counties served by
the College. Members serve four year terms
and all are appointed by the Governor with
the advice and consent of the House of Del-
egates to control, supervise and guide the
College (Code 1957, 1975 Repl. Vol., Art.
77A, sec. 3A).
Chairman: Rochelle Spector, 1977
Jeanette Johnson, 1977; Terry Rubenstein,
1977; Irwin Turner, 1977; Jesse Webster,
3113 Shelbourne Road,
Baltimore 21208
The Maryland Children's Program
Awards Committee was created by Chapter
335, Acts of 1975 to provide public recog-
nition for television programs and stations
which have constructive influence on youth.
The Commission consists of five members
appointed by the Governor for one year
terms. All members must be persons con-
nected with the upbringing and education
of children (Code 1957, 1971 Repl. Vol.,
1975 Supp., Art. 41, sees. 457-459).
Chairman: Clifford K. Beck, 1979
Vice Chairman: Samuel P. Massie, Jr., 1978
Josephine Barr, 1977; Charles Mindel,
1977; Mrs. Howard Crist, 1980; William
Sartorius, 1981; Francis H. Morris, 1982;
William V. Lockwood, 1982.

Brent M. Johnson, Executive Director
Stephen D. Millman, Assistant Executive
State Treasury Building,
Annapolis 21404 Telephone: 269-2881
The State Board for Community Colleges
was established by Chapter 454, Acts of
1968, to coordinate the community colleges
in the State. Until July 1, 1969, the Board
served as an advisory board to the State
Board of Education with respect to the
operation, promotion and functions of the
community colleges. After July 1, 1969, the
Board assumed its statutory duties.
The Board consists of eight members.
Seven members are appointed by the Gov-
ernor with the advice and consent of the
senate for six-year terms. One member
must be a student member appointed by the
Governor upon the recommendation of the
Community College Presidents, with the ad-
vice and consent of the Senate for a one-
year term of office (Chapter 537, Acts of
1973). Members of the Board must be ap-
pointed fur their interest in civic and public
affairs and for their knowledge and percep-
tion in educational matters. The Board se-
lects its own officers and employees.
The same Act provided that local boards
of education sponsoring community colleges
could request of the Governor that they be
divested of authority, which authority would
then be vested in separate local boards of
community college trustees. Chapter 538 of
the Acts of 1976 maintains existing boards
of trustees, and authorizes the Governor to
establish, upon petition of the respective
counties, boards of trustees where no com-
munity colleges currently exist, upon ap-
proval of the State Board for Higher Edu-
cation acting upon the recommendation of
the State Board for Community Colleges.
All local boards of trustees are appointed
by the Governor, except in Baltimore City,
where appointments are made by the Mayor
and City Council.
; The State Board for Community Colleges
establishes general policies for the operation

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