AACC appoints new dean of School of Business, Computing and Technical Studies

Anne Arundel Community College has appointed Kelly A. Koermer, J.D., of Bel Air, Md., as dean of the School of Business, Computing and Technical Studies effective July 1.

As special assistant to the AACC vice president for learning since 2006, Koermer developed and managed the college’s revised Honors program and curriculum and will continue in that role. She has also served AACC, since July 2007, as director of the Computer Technologies department in the school, managing instructional programming in Information Systems Security, Cyberforensics, Networking, Computer Science and Computer Information Systems.

Other roles at AACC have included federal compliance officer, 2004-2007; cybercrime program coordinator, 2002-2007; paralegal studies program coordinator, 1999-2006; law and jurisprudence program coordinator, 2002-2006. She joined AACC in 1998 as a faculty member.

The dean provides leadership and direction for the school’s instructional departments of Architecture and Interior Design, Business Administration, Business Management, Computer Technologies, Economics, Engineering, the Entrepreneurial Studies Institute, Homeland Security and Criminal Justice Institute and the Legal Studies Institute. For information on the school’s programs, go online to www.aacc.edu/bcts

Koermer earned a Juris Doctorate in 1995 from the University of Baltimore School of Law and a Bachelor of Science degree in Paralegal Studies with high honors from Villa Julie College in 1990.

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