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560 /Independent Agencies

PHYSICAL THERAPY DEPT.
Raymond Blakely, Chairperson
............
(410) 651-6360

TECHNOLOGY DEPT
Leon Copeland, Ph.D., Chairperson
............
(410) 651-6465

AGRICULTURAL SCIENCES
.................. (410) 651-6072
SOYBEAN RESEARCH
INSTITUTE
Jagmohan Joshi, Ph.D., Director
........
(410) 651-6632

AGRICULTURE DEPT.
Carolyn Brooks, Ph.D., Chairperson
............
(410) 651-6168

HUMAN ECOLOGY DEPT.
Retia Walker, Ph.D., Chairperson
............
(410) 651-6056

GRADUATE STUDIES
.................. (410) 651-6508

CONTINUING EDUCATION
Edward V Ellis, Ph.D., Director
................
(410) 651-6507
EASTERN CORRECTIONAL
INSTITUTION EDUCATIONAL
PROGRAM
Alrethia McClees, Assistant
Director..
(410) 651-6184
ELDER HOSTEL PROGRAM
Gretchen Powell, Assistant
Director
.
.(410) 524-1000, ext 213

STUDENT AFFAIRS
Herman Franklin, Ph.D., Vice-President
for Student Affairs......
(410) 651-6687

ADMINISTRATIVE AFFAIRS
Ronnie Holden, M.B.A., Vice-President
for Administrative Affairs.
(410) 651-6229

INSTITUTIONAL ADVANCEMENT
Jean E. Moore, Ed.D., Vice-President for
Institutional Advancement
(410) 651-6665

The Eastern Shore campus at Princess Anne had
diverse affiliations and several names before becom-
ing the University of Maryland Eastern Shore
(UMES) in 1970. The institution was founded in
1886 as the Delaware Conference Academy for
Negroes, under the general control of what became
known as Morgan College, then a private institu-
tion in Baltimore. By the Morrill Act of 1890, the
Academy received federal funds and was renamed
the Princess Anne Academy. This funding created a
relationship with the then Maryland Agricultural
College, although the campus continued to be a
part of Morgan College. College level work began
at Princess Anne in 1927. The State authorized
purchase of the Academy in 1935 (Chapter 548,
Acts of 1935) and, in 1936, Princess Anne Academy
became part of the University of Maryland, bearing
the name of Maryland State College from 1948
until 1970. In 1970, the College was renamed
University of Maryland Eastern Shore.
With 2,637 students enrolled in 1993, the Univer-
sity of Maryland Eastern Shore offers curricula in the
arts and sciences, business, agriculture, and other areas;

Maryland Manual 1994-1995

preprofessional training; extension education; and
marine, estuarine and environmental sciences. Re-
search and public service centers at the University
include the Cooperative Extension Service, Agri-
cultural Experiment Station, Institute for Eastern
Shore Studies, and the Soybean Research Institute.

FROSTBURG STATE UNIVERSITY

Founded in 1898

Catherine R. Gira, Ph.D., President

Midlothian Road & Center St.
Frostburg, MD 21532 (301) 689-4111

BUDGET (CODE 36.02.26)
.................. FY1992 .................. FY1993 .................. FY1994
Funds ............. (actual) ............. (actual) ............... (approp.)
General ..... $17,940,720 . . $17,812,760. . . . $17,705,817
Other Unrestr. $22,252,395 .. $22,465,293.. . . $24,832,080
Restricted. ... $ 2,704,616 . . $ 3,006,999. ... $ 3,449,208
Total Funds . . $42,897,731 . . $43,285,052. . . . $45,987,105

Staff

Authorized. ....... 629.8 ........ 620.8. ........ 611.8
Contractual (FTE). . 259.2 ........ 255.8. ........ 250.0
Total Staff ........ 889.0 ........ 876.6. ........ 861.8

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

FROSTBURG STATE UNIVERSITY
Catherine R. Gira, Ph.D., President
(appointed by Board of Regents)
....................... (301) 689-4111
PUBLIC SERVICE PARTNERSHIP
PROGRAM COMMITTEE
Katherine Kutler, Director
.........
(301) 689-4301

ACADEMIC AFFAIRS
Constance M. McGovern, Ph.D., Provost &
Vice-President for Academic Affairs
....................
(301) 689-4211

SCHOOL OF ARTS & HUMANITIES
Philip M. Allen, Ph.D., Dean
................
(301) 689-4090

COMMUNICATION & THEATRE
ARTS DEPT.
Marc E. Routhier, Ph.D.,
Chairperson . . . (301) 689-4393

ENGLISH DEPT.
Keith W. Schlegel, Ph.D.,
Chairperson ... (301) 689-4221

FOREIGN LANGUAGES &
LITERATURE DEPT.
Kenneth Jablon, Ph.D., Chairperson
............
(301) 689-4108

HISTORY DEPT.
Gersham A. Nelson, Ph.D.,
Chairperson . . . (310) 689-4289

MUSIC DEPT.
Jacob Opper, Ph.D., Chairperson
............
(301) 689-4132

 



 
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