First Reported by the Baltimore Sun
A 20 member committee was selected Thursday to select the next president of The University of Maryland. Wallace Loh is set to retire in June of 2020. After fighting off his forced retirement which was set for the end of 2018.
Members of the search committee are:
Ritu Agarwal, distinguished professor and chair, information systems
Wanda Alexander, immediate past president, UMCP alumni board of governors
Gary L. Attman, regent, University System of Maryland (chair)
Gregory Ball, professor and dean, (vice chair)
Sharon Fries-Britt, professor, higher education
Kayla Burch, undergraduate student
Debrabata Biswas, associate professor, animal and avian sciences
Otto Fandino, director of administration, aerospace engineering
John Fourkas, professor and associate chair, chemistry and biochemistry
Geoff Gonella, chair, UMCP Foundation
Andrea Goodwin, director, Office of Student Conduct & interim co-director, student affairs
Barry Gossett, regent, USM Board of Regents
William “Brit” Kirwan, USM chancellor emeritus and professor emeritus
Leonard Raley, USM vice chancellor for advancement and president, USM Foundation
Annie Rappeport, graduate student
Justin Ross, member, UMCP Alumni Association Board of Governors
Stephen Thomas, professor, health services administration
Gary Williams, former men’s basketball coach
Janelle Wong, professor, American studies
Laura Anderson Wright, associate general counsel
The search is headed by a Boston based company.
Loh’s salary was 675,000 in 2017.
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