The Board of Trustees of the San Bernardino Community College District has named Cheryl Marshall as the new president of Crafton Hills College in Yucaipa, and Glen Kuck as the interim president for San Bernardino Valley College in San Bernardino.
Marshall had been serving as interim president of Crafton Hills after former President Gloria Macias Harrison retired in June.
She was the vice president of instruction since July 2007.
Marshall previously worked as associate dean of business at Mt. San Antonio College in Walnut.
She earned her doctorate in education from the University of Southern California, specializing in human learning and performance. Marshall also holds a master's in industrial/organizational psychology from Cal State San Bernardino.
She said challenges at Crafton Hills include the budget, construction projects and preparing for an accreditation report in 2014.
"I'm very excited and I look forward to guiding the college in these coming years," Marshall said. "As always, we have a lot of tasks on our plate."
Kuck is the associate vice chancellor of technology and educational support services.
According to a news release from the college district, a nationwide search failed to provide a permanent president. The district will resume the search early next year.
"I've enjoyed serving this campus over the last 10 years, and I'm
Kuck has directed the district's Distance Education, Administrative Applications, Technical Services and Printing Services departments.
He oversees two California Community College statewide projects: EduStream, a digital repository, and the Alternate Text Production Center, which converts textbooks to Braille and e-text for visually impaired students.
He earned his bachelor's degree in emergency medical care from Loma Linda University and his master's and doctorate degrees in education from the University of Southern California.
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