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Maryland Manual 1994-1995

ENGLISH & COMMUNICATIONS
DESIGN DEPT.
Carol Peirce, Ph.D., Chairperson
............
(410) 837-6037

GOVERNMENT & PUBLIC
ADMINISTRATION DEPT.
Larry W. Thomas, Ph.D.,
Chairperson. . . (410) 837-6188

HISTORY & PHILOSOPHY DEPT.
John Mayfield, Ph.D., Chairperson
............
(410) 837-5338

PSYCHOLOGY DEPT.
William Wagman, Ph.D.,
Chairperson. . . (410) 837-5342

SCIENCE DEPT.
Doris S. Powell, Ph.D., Chairperson
............
(410) 837-5366

SOCIOLOGY DEPT.
Richard Caston, Ph.D., Chairperson
............
(410) 837-5301

SCHOOL OF LAW
John Sebert, J.D., Dean (410) 837-4458

ROBERT G. MERRICK SCHOOL OF
BUSINESS
Daniel E. Costello, Ph.D., Dean
................
(410) 837-4955

JACOB FRANCE CENTER
David W. Stevens, Ph.D., Director
............
(410) 837-4727
REGIONAL ECONOMIC
STUDIES CENTER
Michael A. Conte, Ph.D.,
Director . . (410) 837-5029
REGIONAL EMPLOYMENT
DYNAMICS PROGRAM
David W. Stevens, Ph.D.,
Director . . (410) 837-4727
STUDENT & ACADEMIC SERVICES
Dennis Pelletier, Ph.D., Vice-President for
Student & Academic Services
....................
(410) 837-4755

ADMINISTRATION & FINANCE
Donald R. Paddy, M.S., Interim
Vice-President for Administration
& Finance. ...........
(410) 837-4857

INSTITUTIONAL ADVANCEMENT
Sheldon Caplis, M.B.A., Vice-President for
Institutional Advancement
(410) 837-6133

The University of Baltimore was founded in
1925 as a private coeducational institution. To serve
working adults, the University initially offered eve-
ning programs and in 1927 added day courses as
well. In 1970, Eastern College and the Mt. Vernon
School of Law merged with the University of Bal-
timore and in 1973, the former Baltimore College
of Commerce became affiliated with it. The Univer-
sity of Baltimore joined the Maryland State system
of higher education in 1975. At that time, it was
designated an upper-division (junior-senior level)
and graduate university. In 1988, the University
became part of the University of Maryland System
(Chapter 246, Acts of 1988).
University programs are administered through the
Yale Gordon College of Liberal Arts, the Robert G.
Merrick School of Business, and the School of Law.

Independent Agencies /563

The University houses the William Donald Schaefer
Center for Public Policy, the Hoffberger Center for
Professional Ethics, and the Jacob France Center.
Career-oriented students are drawn to the Uni-
versity. Half of its 5,500 students are undergradu-
ates and half are graduate students. More than 80
percent of the students work full- or part-time.
University services and programs are designed to
support working students with a strong cooperative
education program for undergraduates, convenient
student service hours, and flexible scheduling of
classes and programs.

SALISBURY STATE UNIVERSITY

Founded in 1925
Thomas E. Bellavance, Ph.D., President

College Ave. and Camden Ave.
Salisbury, MD 21801 (410) 543-6000
TTY for deaf: (410) 543-6083

BUDGET (CODE 36.02.29)

.................... FY1992 ................. FY1993 ................. FY1994
Funds ............... (actual) ............... (actual) ............... (approp.)
Generals. .... $16,998,234 . . $18,077,241. . . . $18,199,403
Other Unrestr. $25,779,661 . . $29,602,581. . . . $31,690,872
Restricted. ... $ 1,601,886 . . $ 2,169,325. ... $ 1,673,614
Total Funds . . $44,379,781 . . $49,849,149. . . . $51,563,889

Staff

Authorized. ......... 584 ......... 572. .......... 568
Contractual (FTE).... 177 ......... 177. .......... 177
Total Staff .......... 761 ......... 749. .......... 745

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

SALISBURY STATE UNIVERSITY

Thomas E. Bellavance, Ph.D., President
(appointed by Board of Regents)
.......................(410) 543-6011
PUBLIC SERVICE PARTNERSHIP
PROGRAM COMMITTEE
Carol Williamson, Ph.D.,
Director. . . (410) 543-6080

ACADEMIC AFFAIRS
K. Nelson Butler, Ph.D., Vice-President
of Academic Affairs ......
(410) 543-6020

CHARLES R. & MARTHA N. FULTON
SCHOOL OF LIBERAL ARTS
Ronald L. Dotterer, Ph.D., Dean
................
(410) 543-6450

ART DEPT.
Marie A. Cavallaro, Chairperson
............
(410) 543-6270

COMMUNICATION ARTS DEPT.
Paul E. Scovell, Chairperson
............
(410) 543-6240

ENGLISH DEPT.
Connie L. Richards, Ph.D.,
Chairperson . . . (410) 543-6445

 



 
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