Angela Sherman, MICUA’s Vice President for Academic Affairs, brings extensive team leadership experience and impressive subject matter expertise to the position. Having served as faculty in the Chemistry Department at Notre Dame of Maryland University (NDMU) for the past 25 years, Angela also brings to the position an intimate familiarity with the MICUA member institutions’ mission and purpose. While at NDMU, Angela served as Chemistry Department Chair, as President of the Faculty Senate, and as a member of most of the major committees at the University, including those charged with oversight of curriculum and academic policies and those tasked with promoting women. Among other things, she is passionate about ensuring gender diversity, equity, and inclusion in STEM fields of higher education.
Prior to joining NDMU, Angela was an Adjunct Faculty member at both Loyola University Maryland and Towson University. Angela also spent nine years as a chemist in the industry before joining academia. Angela graduated from The Johns Hopkins University in 1979 and she earned a PhD in Organic Chemistry from Purdue University in 1984.