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498 /Independent Agencies

SOCIAL & BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES DEPT
Walter R. Dean, Chairperson
................
(410) 333-5458

HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES

ALLIED HEALTH DEPT.
Audretta F. Smith, Chairperson
................
(410) 333-5948

NURSING DEPT.
Gertrude T Hodges, R.N., Chairperson
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(410) 333-5967

HUMAN SERVICES DEPT
Harry E. Smith, Chairperson
................
(410) 333-5455

BUSINESS & TECHNOLOGY

BUSINESS & INFORMATION SYSTEMS
DEPT
Merlene Adair, Chairperson
................
(410) 333-8375

TECHNOLOGY & APPLIED ARTS DEPT.
Carleton Leverette, Chairperson
................
(410) 333-5449

STUDENT AFFAIRS
Myrtle E. B. Dorsey, Vice-President
for Student Affairs. ........
(410) 333-5775

PLANNING & ADVANCEMENT

Janice Richardson, Vice-President for
Planning & Advancement. . .
(410) 333-8303

ADMINISTRATION

Shirlene L. Snowden, Vice-President
for Administration. ........
(410) 333-5828

BUSINESS & CONTINUING EDUCATION
CENTER

Mary Lynn Devlin, Vice-President
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(410) 333-8348

Baltimore City Community College originated in
1947 when Baltimore Junior College was established.
The College was reformed as the Community College
of Baltimore in 1968. As the New Community Col-
lege of Baltimore, it was made a State institution of
higher education in 1990 (Chapter 220, Acts of
1990). In 1992, the school received its present name
(Chapter 208, Acts of 1992).
Baltimore City Community College offers pro-
grams for associate degrees and certificates in more
than thirty fields, including computer information,
electronics, nursing, business, allied health, legal as-
sisting, and office technology. In addition to job train-
ing and transfer programs, the College offers extensive
noncredit programs in basic literacy, General Educa-
tion Development (G.E.D.) test preparation, and
English as a second language. The College also works
to meet the needs of Baltimore employers through
courses and programs at its downtown Business and
Continuing Education Center.
With a faculty of 120 full-time and over 500
part-time instructors, the College annually serves
more than 8,000 students at the Liberty Heights
campus, the Harbor campus, and many other sites
throughout Baltimore.
The College is governed by a nine-member
Board of Trustees, appointed by the Governor with
Senate advice and consent. Eight members serve

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six-year terms. A student member serves a one-year
term. The Board of Trustees appoints the President
of the College (Code Education Article, secs. 16-
601 through 16-610).

BICYCLE ADVISORY COMMITTEE

Stephen D. Kaiser, Chairperson

Appointed by Governor (who names chair): Pat
Bernstein; Gilbert M. Clark; Lucy Garliauskas;
Joseph K. Gilbert; William J. Kelly; Donald L.
LaFond; L. Louis Mould, M.D.; Thomas J.
Roberts; Ellen R. Schmidt; David C. Taylor;
Charles D. Tyler; Joshua L. Waldorf.

P.O. Box 717
c/o Bicycle Affairs Coordinator
State Highway Administration
707 North Calvert St., Room 218
Baltimore, MD 21203 (410) 333-1663

The Bicycle Advisory Committee was formed in
December 1991 (Chapter 624, Acts of 1991). The
Committee advises State government agencies on
funding bicycle-related programs; public education
and awareness of bicycling activities and safety; and
other bicycling issues.

BLIND INDUSTRIES & SERVICES
OF MARYLAND

Frederick Puente, Acting President

2901 Strickland St.
Baltimore, MD 21223 (410)233-4567

BUDGET (CODE 36.01.03)
.......... FY1992 .......... FY1993 ............ FY1994
Funds ......... (actual) .......... (actual) .......... (approp.)

General ....... $934,725 . . . $1,121,171. .... $1,121,171
Total State ..... $934,725 . . . $1,121,171. .... $1,121,171

Staff

Authorized. ........................................
Contractual (FTE)...................................
Total Staff .........................................

MANDATED REPORTS

Annual Report to Governor, General Assembly &
chairpersons of Joint Budget and Audit Committee.

ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE

BOARD OF TRUSTEES

Frederick Puente, Chairperson, 1994

Appointed by Governor with Senate advice & consent: William
E. Hadlock, 1994; Donald J. Morris, 1994; Eileen Rivera,
1994; James R. Berens, 1995; Walter A. Brown, 1995;
Angela M. Hartley, 1995; Joseph S. Roeder, 1995; Deane
B. Blazie, 1996; Andrew S. Gaskins, 1996; one vacancy.

PRESIDENT

Frederick Puente, Acting President. . (410) 233-4567

 



 
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