The SUNY Corning Community College Regional Board of Trustees is pleased to announce that it has selected three finalists for the presidency of SUNY Corning Community College (CCC), stating they recruited a highly competitive pool of candidates, and the finalists were selected from a large and outstanding candidate pool.
The candidates will participate in open forums. The community will be invited to attend the open forums, which are expected to be held in late January. There will be a brief introduction of each candidate, followed by a question and answer session.
The SUNY Corning Community College presidential finalists are (in alphabetical order):
Cedric Howard, Ed.D., is Vice President of Enrollment and Student Services at State University of New York at Fredonia. He previously served as Vice Chancellor of Student and Enrollment Services at The University of Washington, Tacoma. Dr. Howard earned a Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership and Management from Capella University; a Master of Education in Educational Administration from The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga; and a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Georgia College and State University, in Milledgeville.
Keith McLaughlin, Ph.D., is Provost of Morton College in Cicero, IL. He previously served as Vice President of Institutional Planning and Effectiveness at Morton College. Dr. McLaughlin earned a Doctor of Philosophy in Higher Education Administration from the University of Texas at Austin; a Master of Science in Management from Roberts Wesleyan College in Rochester, NY; a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from SUNY Albany; and an Associate in Math/Science from SUNY Corning Community College.
William Mullaney, Ph.D., is Vice President of Academic Affairs at Bergen Community College in Paramus, NJ. He previously served as Assistant to the Executive Vice Chancellor at the Maricopa Community Colleges District Office in Tempe, AZ. Dr. Mullaney earned a Doctor of Philosophy in English from Tulane University in New Orleans, LA; a Master of Arts in Literature from the University of California, San Diego; and a Bachelor of Arts in English from the University of Virginia, in Charlottesville.