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Earl Stanford Richardson, American university president. Ford Foundation fellow, 1972, Kellogg Foundation fellow, 1980. Member Policy Committee Greater Baltimore, l982—; board directors Goldseker Foundation, Baltimore, l985—, Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, l984—, member National Institute Health and Department Health and Human Superior vena cava syndrome; Baltimore Washington 2012 Committee; Member Phi Kappa Phi.

Background

Richardson, Earl Stanford was born on September 25, 1943 in Westover, Maryland, United States.

Education

Bachelor, University Maryland, Eastern Shore, 1965. Master of Arts, University Pennsylvania, 1973. Doctor of Education, University Pennsylvania, 1976.

Career

Lecturer education department University Maryland, Eastern Shore, 1975-1982, acting director admissions, 1971-1972, director career planning and placement, 1974-1975, executive assistant to chancellor, 1975-1982. Graduate assistant University Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, 1973-1974. Assistant to president, Center Administration University Maryland, Adelphi, 1982-1984.

President Morgan State University, Baltimore, since 1984. Member segmental advisory committee Maryland State Board Higher Education, since 1984.

Membership

Member Policy Committee Greater Baltimore, l982—. Board directors Goldseker Foundation, Baltimore, l985—, Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, l984—, member National Institute Health and Department Health and Human Superior vena cava syndrome. Baltimore Washington 2012 Committee.

Member Phi Kappa Phi.

Connections

Married Sheila Bunting. 1 child, Eric.

spouse:
Sheila Bunting

child:
Eric Richardson