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Sponsored Projects and Extended Learning (SPEL) Staff

Dr. Jim Burns, Dean, Sponsored Projects & Extended Learning
Ms. Veronica Boe, Director, SPEL
Ms. Kathy Arnold, Graduate Program Coordinator, Office of Graduate Studies
Captain Bruce Clark, Director, Maritime Security
Commander John Ostrander, Program Manager, Maritime Security
Bessie Alaniz, Program Assistant

 

Advisory Board Members:

Mr. Norman Fassler-Katz,
Senate Subcommittee on California Ports and Goods Movement
State of California
Chair, Advisory Board

Ms. Holly Osen,
Chevron Corporation
OE Champion

Mr. Britt Elliott,
Maritime Operations

Dr. Paul Jackson,
Dean, Instructional Support Services

Dr. Lloyd Kitazano,
Chair, Math/Science

Dr. Donna Nincic,
Chair, Maritime Policy and Management

Mr. Ken Passe,
Retired, Marine Terminals

Mr. Chris Peterson,
Port of Oakland

Professor Peter Hayes,
Marine Transportation

Mr. Paul A. Londynsky,
Vice President of Safety, Quality and Environmental Affairs, Matson Navigation

Dr. Paul Leyda,
Marine Transportation

Dr. Stephen Pronchick,
Chair, Mechanical Engineering

Ms. Veronica Boe,
Director, Sponsored Projects and Extended Learning

John Butcher,
Port Captain, Foss Maritime

Dan Weinstock,
Chair, Maritime Operations

Thomas Mader,
Chair, Engineering Technology


Non-Discrimination Statement
It is the policy of The California Maritime Academy that no discrimination on the grounds of race, gender, age, creed, color, national origin or sexual orientation will exist in any area of the Academy.

 

This policy of non-discrimination is applicable both to the admission of students and employment in all aspects of the Academy operation.  The Academy’s policies are guided by, but are not limited to, the requirements of Federal Executive Orders 11246 and 11375, as amended; Titles VI and VII of the Civil Rights Act, as amended; and Title IX of the Higher Education Act of 1972.   The California Maritime Academy subscribes to the provisions of Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 pertaining to the hiring and admission of persons with disabilities insofar as these regulations are compatible with the U.S. Coast Guard requirements governing physical qualifications for merchant marine officers.

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