Appointed by Senate President: Ulysses Currie; Roy P. Dyson; Patrick J. Hogan; Donald F. Munson.
Appointed by House Speaker: John L. Bohanan, Jr.; Norman H. Conway; Nancy J. King; Robert A. McKee.
Appointed jointly by Senate President & House Speaker: Norman R. Augustine; John Paul Davey; John C. Erickson; Wayne T. Hockmeyer, Ph.D.; Murray K. (Ray) Hoy, Ed.D.; Larry Letow; Lawrence A. Shulman; Garland O. Williamson.
Ex officio: Anthony G. Brown, designee of Governor; T. Eloise Foster, Secretary of Budget & Management; James E. Lyons, Sr., Ph.D., Secretary of Higher Education; William E. Kirwan, Ph.D., Chancellor & Chief Executive Officer, University System of Maryland; David J. Ramsay, D.M., D. Phil., President, University of Maryland, Baltimore; C. Daniel Mote, Jr., President, University of Maryland, College Park; Susan C. Aldridge, Ph.D., President, University of Maryland University College; Earl S. Richardson, Ed.D., President, Morgan State University; Robert L. Caret, President, Towson University; William R. Brody, Ph.D., President, The Johns Hopkins University; Tina M. Bjarekull, President, Maryland Independent College and University Association; H. Clay Whitlow, Executive Director, Maryland Association of Community Colleges.
Staff: Rachel H. Hise; Molly M. Slominski
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The Commission to Develop the Maryland Model for Funding Higher Education was authorized in July 2006 (Chapter 57, Acts of 2006).
To ensure accessibility and affordability while promoting policies to achieve national eminence at all Maryland public institutions of higher education, the Commission is to review options for a consistent and stable funding mechanism for higher education. In this process, it also will consider the appropriate level of funding for the State's historically black institutions to keep them comparable and competitive with other public institutions.
Authorization for the Commission expires May 1, 2008.
July 6, 2007
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