CCBC honors 10 Professionals, Administrators and Faculty with Emeritus status

May 23, 2017 | by Jacquie Lucy | 443.840.4668 (office) | 443.761.2482 (cell)

Baltimore County, MD – The Community College of Baltimore County honored 10 retired/retiring Professionals, Administrators and Faculty members by inducting them into the ranks of Emeritus Professor during a ceremony and reception held May 17 at CCBC Essex.

CCBC President Sandra L. Kurtinitis remarked, “When you have a mission as wonderful as ours, it is fitting that we honor those whose work – over the past decades – has shaped the college we are today.”

Emeritus status can be granted only to retired college employees or those retiring as the end of the current academic year. Candidates must have a distinguished career, one which has been deemed outstanding when compared to other employees with similar career requirements. His or her efforts have also contributed to helping improve the strength, growth and integrity of the college. This designation requires the approval of the CCBC Board of Trustees. This year’s 10 inductees bring to 182 the number of those awarded CCBC Emeritus status.

The 2017 Inductees into the ranks of Emeritus professor are:

Linda L. Brothers, M.A. (Perry Hall, Md.)
Career Counselor, Career Services Department
Enrollment and Student Services
Retired Dec. 31, 2016; 41 years of full-time service

P. Michael Carey, M.A. (Perry Hall, Md.)
Executive Dean of Continuing Education and Economic Development
School of Continuing Education
Retiring July 1, 2017; 49 years of full-time service

Louis C. Eisenhauer, M.A. (deceased)
Professor, English Department
School of Liberal Arts
Posthumous Award: 30 years of full-time service

Madeline J. Hart, M.A. (Perry Hall, Md.)
Career Counselor, Career Services Department
Enrollment and Student Services
Retiring June 30, 2017; 26 years of full-time service

Martha V. Hervey, M.Ed. (Glencoe, Md.)
Assistant Director, Academic Advisement Department
Enrollment and Student Services
Retiring June 30, 2017; 26 years of full-time service

David R. Jeffrey, Ph.D. (Eldersburg, Md.)
Professor, Biology Department
School of Mathematics and Science
Retiring July 1, 2017; 45 years of full-time service

Sandra G. Jones, M.S. (Rosedale, Md.)
Assistant Professor, Academic Literacy and Language Department
School of Liberal Arts
Retired January 31, 2017; 26 years of full-time service

Carol A. Joseph, Ph.D. (Eldersburg, Md.)
Professor, English Department
School of Liberal Arts
Retiring June 15, 2017; 29 years of full-time service

Gail A. Knapp, M.S. (Perry Hall, Md.)
Senior Director, Finance
Administrative Services
Retired March 31, 2017; 39 years of full-time service

Ileane O. Smith, M.Ed. (Baltimore, Md.)
Senior Academic Advisor, Academic Advisement Department
Enrollment and Student Services
Retiring June 30, 2017; 45 years of full-time service.

2017 CCBC Emeritus Professors (pictured from left to right): P. Michael Carey, Tara Ebersole (on behalf of Louis Eisenhauer), Linda L. Brothers, Ileane O. Smith, Stephen J. Nolan (Board Chair), Sandra L. Kurtinitis (CCBC President), Mark D. McColloch (CCBC Vice President of Instruction), Martha V. Hervey, Sandra G. Jones, Madeline J. Hart, Gail C. Knapp, and David R. Jeffrey. Carol Joseph (not pictured.) (Photo credit: Rachel Rock Photography)

Additional photos will be available at www.flickr.com/ccbcmedia

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