HCC appoints nine to faculty positionsHoward Community...


October 12, 1992

HCC appoints nine to faculty positions

Howard Community College has announced the appointment of nine educators to full-time faculty positions.

Grace Collins was appointed associate professor of English. She taught at Coppin State College for nine years.

Victor Cummings was named associate professor of English as a second language.

Appointed assistant instructor in physical science was Ying Deng.

Yifei Gan was named assistant professor of art.

Georgene Hawley was appointed to the position of instructor in nursing.

Dave Hinton was named an instructor in computer-aided design.

Appointed associate professor of mathematics was Francine Johnson.

Named associate professor of English and chair of the English division was Henry F. Linck Jr.

Irene Meyer was named to the position of instructor in nursing.

Board candidates present their views

Candidates for the Howard County Board of Education will be presenting their views at two meetings.

The PTA Council of Howard will hold a candidates forum at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow at Howard High School.

The Citizens Advisory Committee to the Board is hosting a forum in the Department of Education Board Room at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 21.

County library gets $120K NEH grant

The Howard County Library has received a $120,000 grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities as a part of "Maryland and Pennsylvania Celebrate the Humanities."

NEH grants will fund more than 200 reading, viewing, listening and discussion programs at 45 libraries, senior sites and work places in northern Maryland and south-central Pennsylvania.

More than 30 speakers from area colleges and universities will be involved when the program begins next summer.

4 Board candidates appear on cable TV

Melvina Brown, Delroy Cornick, Sandra French and Linda Johnston, candidates for the Howard County Board of Education are this month's guests on Viewpoint, a round table discussion program which focuses on education issues.

Viewpoint airs at 9 a.m. and 12 noon Monday through Friday and at 6 p.m. Tuesday on Cable Channel 8, the county's education channel.

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