ADELPHI, Md. — The University System of Maryland has named the next associate vice chancellor for academic affairs.

USM announced this week that Antoinette Coleman will start on Aug. 7.

Coleman will work closely with provosts of the 12 USM institutions and the Maryland Higher Education Commission. She also will work with leadership of the community colleges and independent colleges and universities, as well as the Maryland State Department of Education.

She also will work with members of the offices of admissions, advising, transfer, records and registration and financial aid of all USM institutions.

Since 2011, she has served as Morgan State University as its assistant vice president for academic affairs and professor of social work.

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