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Welcome to the Center for Extended and Lifelong Learning, one of Salisbury University’s newest departments. The Center connects the community and the University in two ways, through professional and leadership development programs and also through an array of enriching lifelong learning programs covering a variety of interests.

We are an evolving department, so please check back often to our website to see what is new at the Center! We are looking for your feedback, so if you have an idea for a course, program or instructor, please let us know. Contact us at CELL@salisbury.edu and subscribe to our emails to keep up to date on our news and events!


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Interdisciplinary Lecture Series at SU

The Fulton School of Liberal Arts supports this weekly series, featuring expert faculty from across SU who connect their disciplinary perspectives to a broader topic. Although the lectures connect with each other throughout the semester, each Monday’s presentation and discussion stands on its own, and no prior attendance is required. Members of both the campus and the community are welcome to attend. The lectures are also available as a one-credit pass/fail course with no prerequisites (as IDIS 280).

The 2018 spring semester course begins on January 29th and meets on Mondays from 7:00 – 8:30 pm in Fulton Hall 111.

For more information, contact Karl Maier at kjmaier@salisbury.edu. 

CELL Upcoming Events



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SU at the Beach
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Writing Classes
  • Lighthouse Literary Guild
    Spring Sessions begin Feb. 13
    For working and aspiring writers

    Spring 2018 Sessions 

    Poetry Writing with Nancy Mitchell.
    Session I Mondays beginning 2/12 from 4:30-6 pm.
    Session II Mondays beginning 4/2 from 4:30-6 pm. 

    Writing for Social Media with Mindie Burgoyne.
    Tuesdays beginning 2/13 from 4-5:30 pm. 

    Starting Your Novel or Memoir with Pat Valdata.
    Wednesdays beginning 4/5 from 6:30-8 pm.

    Register


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SU on the Road
  • Chesapeake Bay Lighthouse Tours
    April 24 and May 1

    SU on the Road is headed out on the Bay to enjoy the historic lighthouses that dot our waters! Choose from the Northern Lights Tour on April 24 or head south and visit Solomons Island on May 1. Rain date for either trip is May 8. Tours leave from Tilghmans Island and last between 4-5 hours. 

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