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Kit- the 3 at Bromery Named Vice-Chancellor Of University Cumberland Native Top Negro Educator ^udent affairs at the Amherst the for the Dr. Randolph W. Bromery, a:' d j s pi native of Cumberland, has been appointed by the Univcr-j Mr sity of Massachusetts Board of; u j Trustees a s _ vice-chancellor f o campus. Dr. Bromery has been serving las special assistant to the chan- cellor for student affairs since ated He feet last spring. In his new post of will perform essentiaily thej The new same duties. The difference is I-! 15 that the special a s s is t a w i l l designation was an interim one and the vice-chancellor post is a permanent one under the new administrative organization of and The The Cumberland native also 'r TM T-" "'""""·' ~" ·"·"~\^l-~i~*\J*\e highest-ranking Negro admmis- The or Mr. 121 re- High ton, was approved by the Board Trustees as a member of thej in new university senate for the University of Massachusetts- first Boston. This new senate includesicern 40 per cent students, 57 per|store cent faculty and three per cent administrators. Burton's Cumberland The Boston Herald Traveler refers to Dr. Bromery as the:and tration in Massachusetts higher education as vice-chancellor for| student affairs. He is a son Lawrence Randolph Bromery,!expansion. 211 Carroll Street a new Hagerstown The i«TM administrative plan tor the Umversit, of chusetts calls for.the work of!^ e _ the campus to be divided int five areas, each headed by Tippo, chancellor at t h e Amberst campus of the univer-; an i sity. Chancellor Tippo said the; i five posts will be filled on an 3roul f interim basis pending facu i ty .;two student-administration s e a r committees to fill them per-j manently. Dr. Bromery's ap-j pointment received swift ap-| proval from students, faculty and administration. It is ef- fective immediately. the sale to until noon title as professor of geology.' He came to the University o f Massachusetts as an associate professor of geology ini 1967 and was named head of the depart- ment two years later. Before joinirig the faculty atj Amherst, Dr. Bromery was an! exploration geophysicist with thei .U.S. Geological Survey. A gra- jduate of old Carver High'School, i here, he obtained his undergra- duate degree from Howard U n i v e r s i t y , h i American University and Ph. D. from Johns Hopkins University. At the University of Massa- m:chusctts, Dr. Bromery helped . i f o u n d and is now president . m J . i l U U I I U o t i u 10 1 I W arejthe Committee for the Kim-1Education of Black Students.! family|CCEBS helps black students Bell others with college potential! (Overcome f i n a n c i a academic barriers to university to careers, join-; c t i o n

Clipped from The Cumberland News04 Dec 1970, FriPage 28

The Cumberland News (Cumberland, Maryland)04 Dec 1970, FriPage 28
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