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Maryland Manual 1994-1995

ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND SYSTEM
BOARD OF REGENTS

George V. McGowan, Chairperson. ... (301) 445-2701

CHANCELLOR

Donald N. Langenberg, Ph.D., Chancellor
.........................
(301) 445-1901

BOWIE STATE UNIVERSITY
Nathanael Pollard, Jr., Ph.D., President
(appointed by Board of Regents)
...................... (301) 464-6500
PUBLIC SERVICE PARTNERSHIP
PROGRAM COMMITTEE
Clemmie Solomon, M.S.,
Director.. (301) 464-6528
ACADEMIC AFFAIRS
John R. Dill, Ph.D., Provost & Vice-President
for Academic Affairs
.... (301) 464-6603

BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES & HUMAN
SERVICES DEPT.
Douglas S. Snyder, Ph.D., Chairperson
.................
(301) 464-7550

BUSINESS, PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION,
& ECONOMICS DEPT
Dorra Alwan, Ph.D., Chairperson
................
(301) 464-7518

COMMUNICATIONS DEPT.
Elaine Bourne-Heath, Ph.D., Chairperson
................
(301) 464-7250

EDUCATION & PHYSICAL EDUCATION
DEPT.
O'Dell E. Jack, Ph.D., Chairperson
................
(301) 464-7564

HISTORY, POLITICS, & INTERNATIONAL
STUDIES DEPT.
Ralph Parris, Ph.D., Chairperson
................
(301) 464-7546

HUMANITIES & FINE ARTS DEPT.
Amos White IV, Ph.D., Chairperson
................
(301) 464-7286

NATURAL SCIENCES, MATHEMATICS,
& COMPUTER SCIENCE DEPT.
Douglas M. Council, Ph.D., Chairperson
................
(301) 464-6645

NURSING DEPT.
Joyce G. Bowles, R.N., Ph.D.,
C.N.A.A., Chairperson
................
(301) 464-7273

STUDENT AFFAIRS
Russell A. Davis, Ph.D., Acting Vice-President
for Student Affairs.
..... (301) 464-6526

BUSINESS & FINANCE
Edwin R. Golden, M.B.A., Vice-President
for Business & Finance. . .
(301) 464-6610

DEVELOPMENT & UNIVERSITY RELATIONS
Zola E. Boone, Ph.D., Vice-President for
Development & University Relations
...................
(301) 464-6573

Bowie State University evolved from the first
school opened in Baltimore by the Baltimore Asso-
ciation for the Moral and Educational Improve-
ment of Colored People in 1865. The school was
reorganized in 1893 as the Baltimore Normal
School for the training of teachers. In 1908, the
General Assembly designated it as Normal School
No. 3, a State institution (Chapter 599, Acts of

Independent Agencies /557

1908). After relocation to Prince George's County,
the School by 1914 was known as the Maryland
Normal and Industrial School at Bowie. It was
renamed the Maryland Teachers College at Bowie
in 1935 and Bowie State College in 1963. On July
1, 1988, the College became Bowie State Univer-
sity (Chapter 293, Acts of 1988). In 1988, the
University also became part of the University of
Maryland System (Chapter 246, Acts of 1988).
Today, Bowie State University is a fully accred-
ited liberal arts institution with the full-time equiva-
lent of over 3,000 students. Twenty-nine majors are
offered, including master's degrees in computer
science, management information systems, human
resources development, Adlerian psychology, and
administrative management. The University also
offers an honors program, an Army ROTC pro-
gram, and an athletic program that fields eight
intercollegiate sports in the Central Intercollegiate
Athletic Association (CIAA) and the National Col-
legiate Athletic Association (NCAA). In addition,
the University's cooperative education program has
an excellent record of placing students after gradu-
ation.

TOWSON STATE UNIVERSITY

Founded in 1866
Hoke L. Smith, Ph.D., President

Towsontown Blvd. & York Road
Towson, MD 21204 (410) 830-2356
TTY for deaf: (410) 830-2638

BUDGET (CODE 36.02.24)

............... FY1992 ............... FY1993 ............... FY1994
Funds .............. (actual) .............. (actual) .............. (approp.)
General .... $ 43,383,671 . $ 42,474,368. . . $ 42,487,815
Other Unrestr. $ 63,329,280 . $ 67,014,069. . . $ 76,961,777
Restricted. . . $ 4,418,177 . $ 5,171,617. . . $ 6,410,500
Total Funds . $111,131,128 . $114,660,054. . . $125,860,092

Staff

Authorized. ..... 1,320.87 ..... 1,298.87. ...... 1,285.87
Contractual (FTE). 653.00 ....... 622.00. ....... 625.00
Total Staff ...... 1,973.87 ..... 1,920.87. ...... 1,910.87

ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND SYSTEM
BOARD OF REGENTS

George V. McGowan, Chairperson .... (301) 445-2701

CHANCELLOR

Donald N. Langenberg, Ph.D., Chancellor
..........................
(301) 445-1901

TOWSON STATE UNIVERSITY
Hoke L. Smith, Ph.D., President
(appointed by Board of Regents)
....................... (410) 830-2356
PUBLIC SERVICE PARTNERSHIP
PROGRAM COMMITTEE
Vacancy, Director

ACADEMIC AFFAIRS
Robert L. Caret, Ph.D., Provost
& Executive Vice-President
(410) 830-2125

 



 
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