Chancellor Kirwan Appoints University of Baltimore Presidential Search and Screening Committee
Adelphi, Md. (Nov. 6,
2013) -- William E.
Kirwan, chancellor of the University System of Maryland (USM), today announced
the appointment of the search and screening committee for the president of the
University of Baltimore (UB), one of the university system's 12 institutions.
L. Bogomolny announced in September that he will step down as president of UB
at the end of the academic year.
chair of the search and screening committee is Marie Van Deusen '89, a senior
vice president with Morgan Stanley Smith Barney and longtime member of the UB
Foundation Board of Directors.
other members of the committee are:
Laura Koppes Bryan, Dean of the Yale Gordon
College of Arts & Sciences
Sydney Comitz '15, Student Government
Association (Junior, Business Administration major)
Daniel Gerlowski, UB Faculty Senate; Professor
of Economics, Merrick School of Business;
Lenneal Henderson, Distinguished Professor, School
of Public & International Affairs
Sasha Hudson, UB Staff Senate; Associate
David Jaros, Assistant Professor, School of Law
James Nolan '74, UB Foundation; Managing Partner
at Council, Baradel, Kosmerl & Nolan
Jeffrey Sawyer, Professor, Division of Legal,
Ethical & Historical Studies in the Yale Gordon College of Arts &
Christine Spencer, UB Faculty Senate; Associate
Professor, School of Health & Human Services and School of Public &
Alicia Tatum, Student Government Association;
Graduate Student, Legal & Ethical Studies
Liaison to the USM Board of Regents, Thomas
Slater '81, USM Regent and Principal Partner, Slater & Slater
Liaison to the Office of the USM Chancellor,
Katie Ryan, Senior Adviser to the Chancellor
Staff to the Committee: Susan Schubert, UB Office of the
Kirwan anticipates that the search process will be completed
within six months. The committee's work will conclude with its recommendation
of finalists for consideration by the chancellor and the USM Board of Regents.
The board will make the final selection.
"President Bogomolny has left a legacy that will make a
strong, positive difference in the years ahead both for the University of
Baltimore and in the city of Baltimore itself," Kirwan said. "I am very pleased
with the breadth of experience of the search committee members and their
dedicated commitment to the university."
For more information about UB, see www.ubalt.edu.
Contact: Mike Lurie