Governor appoints Cornick to Howard college boardDelroy L...


July 19, 1998

Governor appoints Cornick to Howard college board

Delroy L. Cornick has been appointed to the Howard Community College board of trustees by Gov. Parris N. Glendening.

He is professor emeritus of management at Morgan State University in Baltimore, where he served from 1973 to 1991 as professor, department chairman and interim executive assistant to the president.

Cornick is adjunct professor of ethics at the University of Maryland University College at College Park.

The Columbia resident is a co-founder and associate director of the Center for the Study of Alternative Futures Inc. in Silver Spring. The center is a social research organization that uses cyberspace to explore issues in education, economic development and other areas.

Cornick was appointed to a six-year term, which began July 1. He replaces Ronald Carlson who retired from the board.

Board members establish policy governing the college, approve academic programs, appoint faculty and staff, fix salaries and approve the annual operating budget.

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