Brown Appointed President Of SUNY Maritime
The State University of New York Board of Trustees has appointed Radm.
David C. Brown, USMS, to the presidency of Maritime College at Fort Schuyler in New York. Radm.
Brown will succeed F.H. Miller, Rear Admiral, USN (Ret.), who has served as president for the past 13 years. Radm. Brown resigned as president of Great Lakes Maritime Academy, a position he has held since 1992, in order to accept the presidential position at Fort Schuyler. His 29-year Navy career included positions such as director of a Presidential Advisory Committee at the National Communications System, director of training at the Naval Education and Training Center in Newport, R.I., and professor of maritime strategy and policy at the Naval War College. Upon his appointment, Radm. Brown expressed his view that "a large part of the job will be pursuing goals already set by my predecessor and to continue to provide the education that the maritime industry has relied upon, particularly in New York, where it is a $14 billion industry."