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562 /Independent Agencies

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

COPPIN STATE COLLEGE

Calvin W. Burnett, Ph.D., President
(appointed by Board of Regents)
...................... (410) 383-5910
PUBLIC SERVICE PARTNERSHIP
PROGRAM COMMITTEE
James Thornton, Director
........
(410) 383-5855

ACADEMIC AFFAIRS
Sidney Krome, Ph.D., Vice-President
for Academic Affairs.....
(410) 383-5953

ARTS & SCIENCES
Thelma J. Bryan, Ph.D., Dean
................
(410) 383-5997

EDUCATION
Herman A. Howard, Ed.D., Dean
................
(410) 383-5530

NURSING
Doris N. Starks, Ph.D., Dean
................
(410) 383-5546

GRADUATE STUDIES
Jerusa C. Wilson, Ph.D., Dean
................
(410) 383-5535

CONTINUING EDUCATION
John R. Rembold, Ed.D., Dean
................
(410) 383-5540

STUDENT LIFE
Clayton McNeill, Ph.D., Vice-President
for Student Life........
(410) 383-5800

BUSINESS & FINANCE
Gregory A. Davis, C.P.A., Vice-President
for Business & Finance. . .
(410) 383-5700

INSTITUTIONAL ADVANCEMENT
Matthew Bowie, Director of
Development ..........
(410) 383-5960

The origins of Coppin State College date back to
1900. In that year, the Baltimore City School Board
initiated a one-year course for the training of black
elementary school teachers at Douglass High School
on Pennsylvania Avenue. In 1902, the program was
expanded to a two-year Normal Department within
the high school. The Department became a separate
institution with its own principal in 1909. This facility
for teacher training in 1926 was named the Coppin
Normal School in honor of Fannie Jackson Coppin,
an outstanding black pioneer in teacher education. In
1938, the School was renamed Coppin Teachers Col-
lege with a four-year curriculum and authority to
grant the Bachelor of Science degree. The College
became Coppin State Teachers College at its present
location in 1952 and was renamed Coppin State
College in 1963 when the Board of Trustees decided
to extend the institution's degree-granting authority
beyond teacher education. In 1988, the College be-
came part of the University of Maryland System
(Chapter 246, Acts of 1988).

Maryland Manual 1994-1995

Coppin State College provides to over 3,200
students an academic program which includes Di-
visions of Arts and Sciences; Education; Nursing;
Graduate Studies; and Continuing Education.

UNIVERSITY OF BALTIMORE

Founded in 1925
H. Mebane Turner, Ed.D., President

1420 North Charles St.
Baltimore, MD 21201 (410) 837-4200

BUDGET (CODE 36.02.28)
........................ FY1992 ................ FY1993 ................ FY1994
Funds ............. (actual) ............. (actual) ............... (approp.)
General ..... $16,338,456 . . $16,349,107. . . . $16,451,545
Other Unrestr. $14,855,068 . . $17,797,847. . . . $18,791,811
Restricted. ... $ 2,877,703 . . $ 3,002,481. ... $ 3,618,823
Total Funds . . $34,071,227 . . $37,149,435. . . . $38,862,179

Staff

Authorized. ...... 452.27 ....... 448.27........ 442.27
Contractual (FTE). 384.75 ....... 391.25. ....... 401.00
Total Staff ....... 837.02 ....... 839.52. ....... 843.27

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

UNIVERSITY OF BALTIMORE

H. Mebane Turner, Ed.D., President
(appointed by Board of Regents)
.......................(410) 837-4866
PUBLIC SERVICE PARTNERSHIP
PROGRAM COMMITTEE
Dennis Pelletier, Ph.D., Director
.........
(410) 837-4755

ACADEMIC AFFAIRS
Ronald P. Legon, Ph.D., Provost (410) 837-5243

HOFFBERGER CENTER FOR
PROFESSIONAL ETHICS
Alfred Guy, Co-Director
............
(410) 837-5324
Mortimer Sellers, Co-Director
............
(410) 837-5324

WILLIAM DONALD SCHAEFER
CENTER FOR PUBLIC POLICY
Larry W. Thomas, Ph.D., Director
............
(410) 837-6188

LANGSDALE LIBRARY
William Newman, Director
............
(410) 837-4333

YALE GORDON COLLEGE OF LIBERAL
ARTS
Lawrence W. Markert, Ph.D., Dean
................
(410) 837-5359

COMPUTER SCIENCE,
MATHEMATICS & STATISTICS DEPT.
Margaret Potthast, Ph.D.,
Chairperson . . . (410) 837-5290

CRIMINAL JUSTICE DEPT.
Kathleen J. Block, Ph.D.,
Chairperson . . . (410) 837-6083

 



 
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