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Maryland Manual 1994-1995

PHYSICS DEPT.
Geoffrey P. Summers, Ph.D.,
Chairperson. . . (410) 455-2513

POLITICAL SCIENCE DEPT
Arthur T. Johnson, Ph.D.,
Chairperson. . . (410) 455-2568

PSYCHOLOGY DEPT.
Leon H. Levy, Ph.D., Chairperson
............
(410) 455-2567

SOCIOLOGY & ANTHROPOLOGY
DEPT.
Derek G. Gill, Ph.D., Chairperson
............
(410) 455-3979

THEATRE DEPT.
William T. Brown, Ph.D.,
Chairperson. .. (410) 455-2917

VISUAL ARTS DEPT.
David Yager, Chairperson
............ (410) 455-2150

SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING
Duane Bruley, Ph.D., Dean
................
(410) 455-3714

SCHOOL OF NURSING
Joan Creasia, Ph.D., Chairperson
................
(410) 455-3450

SCHOOL OF SOCIAL WORK
Gust W. Mitchell, Ph.D., Chairperson
................
(410) 455-2145

GRADUATE STUDIES & RESEARCH
Joann A. Boughman, Ph.D., Vice-President
for Graduate Studies & Research
....................
(410) 455-2199

STUDENT AFFAIRS
Susan T. Kitchen, Ph.D., Vice-President
for Student Affairs
(410) 455-2393

ADMINISTRATIVE AFFAIRS
Mark Behm, M.B.A., Vice-President
for Administrative Affairs.
(410) 455-2939

In 1963, legislation authorized the University of
Maryland to establish a campus at Catonsville in
Baltimore County (Code Education Article, sec.
13-104(f)). The University of Maryland Baltimore
County (UMBC) opened to its first freshmen in
September 1966.
For the greater Baltimore region, the University
of Maryland Baltimore County is the doctoral re-
search institution. To some 10,600 students, the
University offers undergraduate and graduate pro-
grams in the arts, sciences, social sciences, humani-
ties, and engineering.

AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT
STATION

J. Scott Angle, Ph.D., Acting Director

Elkins Building, Section 3-B
University of Maryland
3300 Metzerott Road
College Park, MD 20783 (301) 445-8070

Independent Agencies /567

BUDGET (CODE 36.02.32)

.................... FY1992 ................. FY1993 ................ FY1994
Funds ............. (actual) ............. (actual) ............. (approp.)

General .....$ 6,401,784 . . $11,103,294. . . . $11,016,550
Other Unrestr. $ 7,039,397 . . $ 523,813. ... $ 919,000
Restricted. ... $ 2,561,299 . . $ 3,029,767. ... $ 3,830,900
Total Funds . . $16,002,480 . . $14,656,874. . . . $15,766,450
Staff
Authorized. ...... 246.72 ....... 229.72. ....... 228.72
Contractual (FTE). . 28.00 ........ 28.00. ........ 28.00
Total Staff ....... 274.72 ....... 257.72. ....... 256.72

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 MARYLAND COLLEGE PARK
COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE

Craig S. Oliver, Ph.D., Acting Dean
.......................
(301) 405-2071

AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION
J. Scott Angle, Ph.D., Acting Director
....................
(301) 445-8070

WESTERN MARYLAND RESEARCH &
EDUCATION CENTER (Keedysville)
Frank J. Allnutt, Acting Manager
................
(301) 432-2767

CENTRAL MARYLAND RESEARCH &
EDUCATION CENTER (Laurel)
Robert J. Kratochvil, Acting Manager
................
(301) 596-9330

UPPER EASTERN SHORE RESEARCH &
EDUCATION CENTER (Queenstown)
Russell Brinsfield, Ph.D., Head
................
(410) 827-6202

LOWER EASTERN SHORE RESEARCH
& EDUCATION CENTER (Salisbury)
Henry M. Brooks, Ph.D., Head
................
(410) 742-1178

The Maryland Agricultural Experiment Station
was established in 1888 following passage of the
federal Hatch Act in 1887. The Act made grants-
in-aid available to the states for agricultural re-
search. Now, both State and federal funds support
this work, as well as research in food science, nutri-
tion, aquaculture, rural sociology, and natural re-
sources.
Within the University of Maryland System, the
Agricultural Experiment Station was placed under
the Maryland Institute for Agriculture and Natural
Resources in 1990. When the Institute was abol-
ished in 1993, the Station was transferred to the
College of Agriculture.
At the University of Maryland College Park, the
Agricultural Experiment Station has laboratories for
research in the animal and plant sciences, agricultural
engineering, agricultural and resource economics, ru-
ral sociology, human ecology, and social sciences.
The Station conducts field research at ten off-
campus sites. They are organized into four regional
research and education centers:

 



 
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