Academic Affairs Vice President Dr. Maris Lown
supports teaching and learning through her leadership of faculty, innovation, and vision in the planning, development and implementation of curricula and program review, outcomes assessment, and academic scheduling, for a $45 million division encompassing the entire educational program of the College.
Vice President Lown exercises overall responsibility for all aspects of the credit programs and works collaboratively with other Union County College senior staff to provide integrated leadership for College operations. Dr. Lown manages provosts for the Cranford, Elizabeth and Plainfield campuses.Departments:
Library, Admissions & Registration, Distance Education, Biology & Allied Health Technology, Business, Chemistry, Economics/Government/History, English/Fine Arts/Modern Languages, Mathematics, Physics/Engineering/Technology/Architecture, Practical Nursing, Psychology/Sociology.
Associate Vice President and Elizabeth Provost: Dr. Barbara Gaba
Assistant Vice President and Plainfield Provost: Dr. Negar Farakish