Professor is named WMC acting provost

April 26, 2000

H. Samuel Case, a professor of exercise science and physical education, has been named acting provost at Western Maryland College, while trustees search for a successor to retiring President Robert H. Chambers. Interim President Joan Develin Coley, who was provost and dean of faculty, made the announcement yesterday.

Case's duties include helping to lead curricular reform, while developing and teaching courses. He earned his bachelor's degree in physical education and biology in 1963 and a master's degree in physical education in 1966 from WMC. He earned his doctorate from Ohio State University in 1971.

Case joined the faculty in 1965 and rose from instructor to full professor and coach. He has twice won the college's Distinguished Teaching Award.

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