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SU in the Media

Each year, hundreds of news articles and broadcasts share good news about Salisbury University and its faculty, staff, students and alumni. Below are recent media coverage highlights.

SU Alumni Association Faculty Appreciation Award presentation

Salisbury Independent: SU Alumni Association Presents 2024 Faculty Appreciation Awards

SU Alumni Association Faculty Appreciation Award presentation
The Salisbury University Alumni Association recently honored five with its 2024 Faculty Appreciation Awards: Drs. Donna Ritenour (Athletic Training) in the College of Health and Human Services, David Burns (Communication) in the Fulton School of Liberal Arts, Chris Briand (Biological Sciences) in the Henson School of Science and Technology, Sumathy Chandrashekar (Information Systems and Operations Management) in the Perdue School of Business, and Doug DeWitt (Education Leadership) in the Seidel School of Education. Read More
Museum of Eastern Shore Culture at Salisbury University

Daily Times: Museum of Eastern Shore Culture at SU Coming to Downtown Salisbury

The Museum of Eastern Shore Culture at Salisbury University is coming to downtown Salisbury. Located on the first floor of the Powell Building at 218 W. Main St., adjacent to SU Downtown, the museum tentatively is scheduled to open by summer 2024. It will feature exhibits and information related to local culture, including items formerly displayed at the Ward Museum of Wildfowl Art. Read More
Museum of Eastern Shore Culture at Salisbury University
MASMI Professional Sales Center ribbon cutting

WMDT: SU Hosts Grand Opening of MASMI Professional Sales Center

MASMI Professional Sales Center ribbon cutting
Salisbury University sales faculty, students and administrators recently celebrated the grand opening of the MASMI Professional Sales Center in Perdue Hall with a ribbon cutting prior to the institute’s annual spring elevator pitch competition and job fair. Founded in 2015 as an academic resource and research center for SU sales students, MASMI has grown to include partners from regional and national companies seeking to recruit the next generation of sales leaders. Read More
'Enduring Connections' photo

WMDT: Nabb Center 'Enduring Connections' Project Preserves Black History, Genealogical Resources on Delmarva

Through its "Enduring Connections: Exploring Delmarva’s Black History" project, Salisbury University's Edward H. Nabb Research Center for Delmarva History and Culture is preserving Black history and providing resources for genealogical researchers. The project’s goal is to gather historical records documenting the lives of Black residents on the Delmarva Peninsula. Read More
'Enduring Connections' photo
SU job fair

WMDT: SU Holds Spring Job Fair

SU job fair
More than 100 organizations came to Salisbury University's spring job fair to recruit students, with the intention of keeping qualified workers in their community. Dr. Kimberly Fabbri-Greener, SU career services director, said putting different job opportunities on the students’ radar helps both the employee and the employer. Read More
Ratcliffe Foundation Shore Hatchery

WMDT: Submissions Sought for Spring Ratfcliffe Foundation Shore Hatchery Entrepreneurship Competition

Applications are now being accepted for the 22nd round of funding through Salisbury University’s Philip E. and Carole R. Ratcliffe Foundation Shore Hatchery entrepreneurship competition. Applicants have until Monday, March 25, to submit their full business plans for consideration. Business startups throughout the Mid-Atlantic are eligible to apply for their share of $200,000 per academic year. Read More
Ratcliffe Foundation Shore Hatchery
Flag football

WMDT: SU Presidential Citizen Scholars Launch Youth Flag Football Program

Flag football
A team of Salisbury University Presidential Scholars and local community partners are working to launch a flag football program in Wicomico County. Are youth will have a chance to score right in their backyard while promoting youth development. The program is designed to leave no child behind, offering an opportunity to participate in fun, competitive sports at an affordable rate. Read More
Revolutionary War reenactment

WMDT: SU's Robinson Discusses Eastern Shore's Roles in the Revolutionary and Civil Wars

George Washington and Abraham Lincoln are well known for their efforts during the Revolutionary and Civil wars, respectively. Not only did the Eastern Shore of Maryland play a pivotal role in both wars; it found itself in quite a controversial state in terms of loyalty to the federal government. Historians have referred to the the Eastern Shore as the “bread basket of the American Revolution” because of crops being used to feed the continental army during the revolutionary War. Read More
Revolutionary War reenactment
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