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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.

Patricia R. Guerrieri Academic Commons

Baltimore Sun: SU Among Maryland Campuses Welcoming Students This Fall

Patricia R. Guerrieri Academic Commons
As the fall semester approaches, Maryland’s colleges and universities are announcing plans and guidelines for how they plan to hold classes while containing the spread of COVID-19. SU is among those welcoming students to campus, with enhanced safety measures and a mix of in-person, virtual and hybrid courses. Read More
Bosserman Center for Conflict Resolution

SBY Business Journal: Thirteen SU Students Named United Nations Millennium Fellows

Salisbury University and its Bosserman Center for Conflict Resolution have maintained a strong relationship with the United Nations (UN) for many years.That connection recently was strengthened with the announcement of 13 SU students named UN Millennium Fellows and SU’s designation as UN Millennium Campus. Read More
Bosserman Center for Conflict Resolution
Dr. Chrys Egan

SBY Business Journal: Chrys Egan Named New Fulton School Associate Dean

Dr. Chrys Egan
Dr. Chrys Egan, professor of communication at Salisbury University, has been named associate dean of the Charles R. and Martha N. Fulton School of Liberal Arts. Egan has held numerous leadership positions throughout campus, including director of the Youth Innovation Academy, co-director of the Office of Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity, Faculty Senate president and Business Economic and Community Outreach Network scholar-in-residence. Read More
Holloway Hall

SBY Business Journal: SU Celebrates Recent Faculty Successes

Salisbury University recently celebrated multiple faculty successes, including a new monograph by Dr. Vinita Agarwal (Communication), an award presented to Dr. Elizabeth Barfield (Nursing, emerita), the selection of Dr. Patty Dean (Early and Elementary Education) to the USBBY Hans Christen Andersen Award committee, and a recent podcast discussion by Dr. Lance Garmon (Psychology). Read More
Holloway Hall
Rep. John Lewis at SU

Daily Times: PACE Co-Founders Recall Rep. John Lewis' SU Visit

Rep. John Lewis at SU
Holloway Hall on Salisbury University’s campus has seen award winning theater productions, memorable musical concerts and edifying public lectures. But the most memorable event for Institute for Public Affairs and Civic Engagement (PACE) founding directors Harry Basehart and Francis Kane was the electrifying talk in a packed auditorium given by the Honorable John Lewis on a night in March 2004. They discuss the legacy of the late legislator and civil rights leader in a touching op-ed. Read More
Rep. Andy Harris

SBY Business Journal: Rep. Andy Harris Announces Opioid Family Support Grant for SU

Rep. Andy Harris recently announced the award of a $459,967 federal grant to Salisbury University from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' Health Resources and Services Administration. Funding comes from the Opioid-Impacted Family Support Program, which aims to increase the number of peer support specialists and other behavioral health-related paraprofessionals who provide services to children whose parents are impacted by opioid use disorders. Read More
Rep. Andy Harris
Jalesa Hull

SBY Business Journal: Hull Named SU Student Disability Specialist

Jalesa Hull
Salisbury University has named Jalesa Hull as its new student accessibility specialist in the Disability Resource Center. A former employee of the center, Hull returned to SU after serving as the intake coordinator at Wraparound Maryland, Inc., an organization providing care coordination and mental health case management services for children and families on the Eastern Shore. Read More
Melanie Pursel

Ocean City Today: SU Students Create COVID-19 Tourism Survey for Worcester County

A survey conducted by Worcester County tourism and the Small Businesses Development Center at Salisbury University is discovering what visitors prefer while traveling to Worcester County and Ocean City during the covid-19 pandemic. Melanie Pursel, director of Worcester County Tourism oversaw a group of five SU students creating the survey. Read More
Melanie Pursel