New Presidents or Provosts: Alfred U, Carteret CC, CC of Baltimore County, Grossmont College, Mendocino-Lake CC District, Warner Pacific U, Warren Wilson College, Western New England U

October 16, 2020
 
  • Maggie Brown, dean of industrial technologies at Lenoir Community College, in North Carolina, has been chosen as vice president of instruction and student support at Carteret Community College, also in North Carolina.
  • Beth Ann Dobie, dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at Alfred University, in New York, has been promoted to provost and vice president of academic affairs there.
  • Marshall T. Fulbright III, dean of instruction for the School of Arts & Humanities and the School of Social & Behavioral Sciences at Norco College, in California, has been selected as vice president of academic affairs at Grossmont College, also in California.
  • Brian L. Johnson, vice president campus administrator of the Manhattan campus at Mercy College, in New York, has been chosen as president of Warner Pacific University, in Oregon.
  • Robert E. Johnson, chancellor of the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, has been appointed president of Western New England University, also in Massachusetts.
  • Tim Karas, president of the College of Alameda, in California, has been named superintendent/president of the Mendocino-Lake Community College District, also in California.
  • Joaquin Martinez, district vice provost with oversight for institutional effectiveness at Miami Dade College, in Florida, has been named provost and vice president of instruction at the Community College of Baltimore County, in Maryland.
  • Jay Roberts, associate vice president for academic affairs at Earlham College, in Indiana, has been selected as vice president for academic affairs at Warren Wilson College, in North Carolina.

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