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UME Volunteer Policy. Part II Administrative Structure.  University of Maryland Extension programs are open to all citizens without regard to race, color, gender, disability, religion, age, sexual orientation, marital or parental status, or national origin. History of Extension.

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ume volunteer policy
UME Volunteer Policy

Part II

Administrative Structure

 University of Maryland Extension programs are open to all citizens without regard to race, color, gender, disability, religion, age, sexual orientation, marital or parental status, or national origin.

history of extension
History of Extension
  • Washington, Jefferson & Lincoln
  • Morrill Act of 1862
  • Morrill Act of 1890
  • Hatch Act of 1887
  • Smith/Lever Act of 1914
  • Native American Land Grant Act of 1994

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ume mission
UME Mission
  • The mission of University of Maryland Extension is to provide educational outreach for the University of Maryland (UM and UMES) and the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources (AGNR) in the areas of agriculture and natural resources, sea grant, 4-H youth development, family and consumer sciences, and community, resource and economic development. Through these programs, individuals and communities have access to research based educational programs to promote the themes and outcomes of the UME Primary Mission Areas which include:
  • Quality of Life
  • Economic Prosperity
  • Environmental Stewardship
  • Professional and Organizational Development
ume administrative structure dean of the college of agriculture and natural resources
UME Administrative StructureDean of the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources

-has ultimate responsibility for the College.

ume administrative structure associate dean and associate director
UME Administrative StructureAssociate Dean and Associate Director

Responsible for the following functions within each local or regional office: hiring and dismissal of faculty and staff with appropriate approvals; coordination of programs; preparation of budgets and supervising expenditures; management of county/city and center offices; preparation and recommendations for promotion and tenure; mentoring programs for junior faculty; providing visionary leadership for the unit; encouraging and facilitating professional development for faculty and staff; and promoting and enhancing UME public relations.

UME, Office of the Associate Dean & Associate Director, 1202 Symons Hall, UME, College Park, MD 20742-5551

Phone: 301-405-2907 Email: nplace@umd.edu

Dr. Nick Place

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UME Administrative StructureAdministrator and Associate Director Coordinator of UMES/ UMCP Agricultural Research

The 1890 Extension Program, headquartered at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore in Princess Anne, Maryland, is targeted to diverse audiences with special emphasis on those with limited resources to help them improve their quality of life.

UMES Extension, Office of UMES-UME, 2122 Richard A. Henson Center, Princess Anne, MD 21853

Phone: 410-651-6206, Email: hmbrooks@umes.edu

Dr. Henry Brooks

ume administrative structure regional extension directors red
UME Administrative StructureRegional Extension Directors (RED)

Are responsible for the overall vision and management of the regions and provide day-to-day leadership of the region with respect to personnel management, fiscal oversight and public relations.

East Region

Mr. Tom Miller

Wye, P.O. Box 169, Queenstown, MD 21658

Phone: 410-827-9039, Email: water@umd.edu

West Region

Ms. Mary Ellen Waltemire

Western Maryland, 18330 Keedysville Road, Keedysville, MD 21756

Phone: 301-432-4490 x 321, Email: mewalt@umd.edu

ume administrative structure assistant directors for programs or program leaders pl
UME Administrative StructureAssistant Directors for Programs or Program Leaders (PL)

They facilitate interdisciplinary programming teams; mentor and guide faculty and staff in programming matters; provide input into the faculty annual evaluation process in partnership with REDs, gather program accomplishments for reporting to federal and state funders with regard to program accomplishments.

  • 4-H Youth Development
  • Sea Grant
  • Family and Consumer Sciences
  • Agriculture and Natural Resources
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UME Administrative StructureProgram Leaders

4-H Youth Development

Dr. Jeff Howard

4-H Youth Development, The Maryland 4-H Center, 8020 Greenmead Drive, College Park, MD 20740-4000

Phone: 301-314-9070, Email: jwhoward@umd.edu

Sea Grant

Dr. Doug Lipton

Sea Grant Extension Programs, 2200 Symons Hall, College Park, MD 20742-5535

Phone:301-405-1280, Email: dlipton@arec.umd.edu

Family and Consumer Sciences

Dr. Patsy Ezell

UME Family and Consumer Sciences, 1210 Symons Hall, College Park, MD 20742-5551

Phone:301-405-4129, Email: pezell@umd.edu

Agriculture and Natural Resources

This position is currently Vacant

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UME Administrative StructureAssistant Director for Evaluation and Assessment

Coordinates assessment and evaluation processes to ensure programs are achieving short, medium and long term outcomes. This person leads statewide efforts to capture and communicate UME impacts to stakeholders and beneficiaries and coordinates submission of state and federal reports.

UME, Office of the Associate Dean & Associate Director, 1202 Symons Hall, UME, College Park, MD 20742-5551

Phone: 301-405-4153 , Email: tmccoy1@umd.edu

Ms. Teresa McCoy

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UME Administrative StructureCounty/City Extension Directors, Area Extension Directors, County Extension Coordinators and Center Directors

Manage the day-to-day operations of UME at the local level. Supported by the REDs, they work in the areas of program coordination, personnel management, fiscal accountability and public relations.

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Questions?

This presentation was originally created by Dan Tabler.

It was revised by Dr. Lisa Dennis, 4-H Youth and Adult Leadership Specialist, as well as Amy Rhodes, Sharon Pahlman, and David Gordon 2010.

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