University of Maryland University College faculty

Posted May 30, 2011
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  1. Donna Leon

    Donna Leon


    Donna Leon (/ˈdɒnə ˈlɒn/; born in 1942, in Montclair, New Jersey) is the American author of a series of crime novels set in Venice and featuring the fictional hero Commissario Guido Brunetti.

  2. Arnold Resnicoff

    Arnold Resnicoff


    Arnold E. Resnicoff (born 1946) is an American Conservative rabbi who served as a military officer and military chaplain. He served in Vietnam and Europe before attending rabbinical school. He then served as a U.S. Navy Chaplain for almost 25 years. He promoted the creation of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial and delivered the closing prayer at its 1982 dedication. In 1984 the President of the United States spoke on his eyewitness account of the 1983 Beirut barracks bombing. After retiring from the military he was National Director of Interreligious Affairs for the American Jewish Committee and served as Special Assistant (for Values and Vision) to the Secretary and Chief of Staff of the United States Air Force, serving at the equivalent military rank of Brigadier General.

  3. Susan C. Aldridge

    Susan C. Aldridge


    Susan C. Aldridge, Ph.D., is an academic and university administrator, and since September 2013, the senior vice president of Drexel University and president of Drexel Online, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She is co-author (with Kathleen A. Harvatt) of Wired for Success: Real-World Solutions for Transforming Higher Education, an applied guide for presidents and senior university administrators. She was senior fellow with the American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU) from January 2013 to September 2013. Previously, she served as special advisor to the chancellor of the University System of Maryland, after serving as president of the University of Maryland University College from February 2006 to March 2012.

  4. Karen Kwiatkowski

    Karen Kwiatkowski


    Karen U. Kwiatkowski, née Unger, (born September 24, 1960) is an American activist and commentator. She is a retired U.S. Air Force Lieutenant Colonel whose assignments included duties as a Pentagon desk officer and a variety of roles for the National Security Agency. Since retiring, she has become a noted critic of the U.S. government's involvement in Iraq. Kwiatkowski is primarily known for her insider essays which denounce a corrupting political influence on the course of military intelligence leading up to the invasion of Iraq in 2003. In 2012, she challenged incumbent Bob Goodlatte, in the Republican primary for Virginia's 6th congressional district seat in the United States House of Representatives and garnered 34% of the Republican vote on a constitutional and limited government platform.

  5. Patrick Mendis

    Patrick Mendis


    Patrick Mendis is an educator, diplomat, author, and executive in government service in the United States. A Rajawali senior fellow at the Kennedy School of Government's Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation at Harvard University and a visiting fellow of Peking University's School of International Studies, the Sri Lankan-born American diplomat is also serving as a commissioner of the US National Commission for UNESCO at the State Department. He is a fellow of the World Academy of Art and Science.

  6. Jeffrey Gramlich

    Jeffrey Gramlich


    Jeffrey D. Gramlich is Professor of Accounting and L.L. Bean/Lee Surace Endowed Chair at the University of Southern Maine, and Guest Professor at Copenhagen Business School. He joined the University of Southern Maine in July 2003 after two years as visiting professor at the University of Michigan Ross School of Business and 13 years as a professor at the University of Hawaii College of Business Administration. He delivers decision-oriented courses in financial accounting and financial statement analysis and valuation. Gramlich organizes the L.L. Bean/Lee Surace Colloquium Series to serve as an interface between current research and Maine business practitioners and students. His research appears in The Accounting Review, Journal of Accounting & Economics, Journal of Accounting Research, Contemporary Accounting Research, Accounting Horizons, Journal of the American Taxation Association, National Tax Journal, Journal of Accountancy and Journal of Business Finance and Accounting, among others. Gramlich's most publicized research documented whistle-blowing assertions that Chevron, Texaco and the Government of Indonesia colluded to defraud U.S. federal and state governments of an estimated $9 billion in tax revenue. His 2008 ElectionTaxes site, co-produced with Quantrix, enabled potential voters the opportunity to see the personal effects of the tax proposals offered by presidential candidates McCain and Obama (and documented in Gramlich's Knol)--the calculator site generated national recognition and more than half a million unique visitors utilized the site to compare the effects of the candidates' proposals on their tax bills.

  7. Leonard Swidler

    Leonard Swidler


    Leonard J. Swidler (born January 6, 1929) is Professor of Catholic Thought and Interreligious Dialogue at Temple University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where he has taught since 1966. He is the co-founder (in 1964, with Arlene Swidler) and editor of the Journal of Ecumenical Studies (quarterly). He is also the founder/president of the Dialogue Institute (founded 1978), and the founder and past president of the Association for the Rights of Catholics in the Church (1980–).

  8. Tobe Levin

    Tobe Levin


    Tobe Levin Freifrau von Gleichen (*Feb 16, 1948) is an Associate of the Hutchins Center for African and African American Research at Harvard University; a Visiting Research Fellow at Lady Margaret Hall, Oxford University; an activist against female genital mutilation (FGM) and professor of English Emerita at the University of Maryland, University College. Having received her PhD in 1979 from Cornell University, she is most known for combining her advocacy against FGM with her academic scholarship in comparative literature. She has published over 100 articles, edited three books and founded Feminist Europa Review of Books. Her most notable work to date is Empathy and Rage. Female Genital Mutilation in African Literature.

  9. John Benjamin Henck

    John Benjamin Henck


    John Benjamin Henck (October 20, 1815 Philadelphia – January 3, 1903 Montecito, California) was a classical scholar and civil engineer.

  10. J. Greg Hanson

    J. Greg Hanson

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    Dr. J. Greg Hanson was the first Assistant Sergeant at Arms and Chief Information Officer of the United States Senate.

  11. Jiří Březina

    Jiří Březina


    Jiří Březina, born April 6, 1933 in Prague, Czechoslovakia, is a German scientist of Czech origin, a professor of Geology, and an expert in Sand Texture Sedimentology.

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