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BOT Appoints Nick Chang as Vice President of Student Learning

KENTFIELD, Calif.—June 24, 2009—Last night, at the regularly scheduled monthly meeting of the College of Marin Board of Trustees, Nick Chang was approved as Vice President of Student Learning.

"I look forward to working with the administrative team, the Academic Senate, faculty and staff in continuing the progress that we have made in the past couple of years,” said Chang.  “By implementing strategic planning and program reviews, integrating resource allocation with College priorities, and creating a College-wide educational blueprint to better serve students in the different educational pathways, College of Marin is looking at a very bright future.”

Chang has served as College of Marin’s Interim Vice President of Student Learning since November 2008 and as Interim Dean of Student Development and Special Services since August 2007.

"Nick brings with him many years of experience as an academic administrator and a clear vision of where College of Marin is going,” said COM Superintendent/President Frances L. White, Ph.D. “I am delighted that he has accepted the position and very much look forward to working with him.” 

Chang previously worked at City College of San Francisco from 1973 to 1980 as a faculty member and from 1981 to 2006 as an Administrator. He held various administrative positions including Campus Director (Chief Operating Officer, Interim Dean of Counseling Services, Acting Associate Dean of Special Programs, and Dean of Matriculation and Title III Coordinator.  Chang obtained his Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from Ohio Wesleyan University and his Master of Arts degree in Counseling from the University of San Francisco. He also participated in post graduate doctoral studies in multicultural education at the University of San Francisco.

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