Paugh Named CF Vice President For Instruction
(OCALA, Fla.) March 27, 2012 — Dr. Mark Paugh has been named vice president for Instructional Affairs for College of Central Florida, a post he has filled on a temporary basis since July 2011.
“We appreciate his service in an interim capacity over the last nine months, during which he has proven himself capable of filling this role,” said Dr. James Henningsen, CF president. “He is a valued team member, and we look forward to his leadership as we continue to serve our community.”
Paugh has been a member of the CF family since January 2006, serving as dean of Health and Human Services and associate vice president for Liberal Arts and Sciences. He came to CF from Frederick Community College in Maryland. Paugh earned associate and bachelor degrees at Columbia Union College in Maryland, a master’s in public health from University of Central Florida, and a doctorate in adult education from Florida State University.
In addition to his service at the college, Dr. Paugh has served the community through Hospice of Marion County and was recently elected chair of the Board of Directors for 2012.
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