Carolyn Hull Anderson Is the New Leader of Baltimore City Community College

CHAndersonCarolyn Hull Anderson has been named interim president at Baltimore City Community College in Maryland. She was serving as an associate professor at Morgan State University but was on the faculty at Baltimore City Community College for nearly 30 years. In her past service at BCCC, she has chaired several academic departments, was director of the academic development program, and was assistant to the associate dean of arts and science.  Dr. Anderson has also served as dean of academic services at Broome Community College in Binghamton, New York, and as acting president of Cincinnati State Technical and Community College.

Dr. Anderson is a graduate of Morgan State University. She earned a master’s degree at Johns Hopkins University and a doctorate in adult and community college education from North Carolina State University.

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