Marilyn Pugh's Biographical Sketch
Marilyn Pugh is a Professor of Economics at Prince George's Community College where she has taught for 24 years.  She has also been an adjunct professor at UMUC since 1982.  She obtained a B.A. and an M.A. in Economics from The Ohio State University and received a D.A. from George Mason University in Community College Education with a concentration in Economics.  Her dissertation is titled "Capital Budgeting Processes and the Productivity of Public Investments".

Dr. Pugh is a two-time Fulbright Scholar, spending time in China in 1993 and in Poland in 1997.  She is currently Director of the Center for Academic Resource Development, responsible for all academic grant development at the college. She is the project director of a USAID funded grant improving the delivery of distance education in South Africa.  Partners on this grant include the College of Southern Maryland, Garrett Community College, Africare, PBS, and Vista University in South Africa.  A new grant-funded project will begin training primary and secondary school teachers in South Africa to use computers.

In her spare time, Marilyn vacations in Colorado skiing, hiking, biking and sailing.  She and her husband, Ron, sail on the Chesapeake Bay.  She also loves gourmet cooking, needlework and making miniatures (roomboxes and dollhouses).

 Dr. Pugh received the Faculty Excellence Award at PGCC in 1996.

..Center for Academic Resource Development
.Microeconomics Online
Telecredit Course
Social Sciences, Health and Physical Education Division
Prince George's Community College
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