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Goucher College in Baltimore County names new provost

Elaine Meyer-Lee, currently an associate vice president at a college in Georgia, will be Goucher's next provost.
Elaine Meyer-Lee, currently an associate vice president at a college in Georgia, will be Goucher's next provost. (Courtesy Photo/Goucher College)

Goucher College, a private, liberal arts college in Towson, announced Elaine Meyer-Lee as its next provost and senior vice president.

Meyer-Lee currently works as an associate vice president and as a professor of psychology at Agnes Scott College in Decatur, Georgia.

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In a statement, Meyer-Lee said she is “delighted” to be joining Goucher College and working to refine the “Goucher Commons” curriculum, a program that includes first-year seminars and other experiences like studying abroad demonstrations of proficiency in writing, data analytics and foreign languages.

“We are looking forward to [Meyer-Lee] joining the Goucher community in an academic leadership role as we strengthen our commitment to global education, social justice, and innovation,” Goucher President Kent Devereaux said in a statement.

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Meyer-Lee earned a doctorate in human development and psychology from Harvard in 1999, and has been an academic administrator for 18 years. Goucher officials said Meyer-Lee would be starting in her position by the end of the semester.

Devereaux was named Goucher’s president last summer.

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