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Wednesday, September 2, 2015
Wayne Street to Close for Stadium Construction Sept. 2-4
Wayne Street in the area of Sea Gull Stadium will be closed 7 a.m.-4 p.m. Wednesday-Friday, September 2-4, for stadium construction. The road will be closed to traffic between Power Street and the SU Parking Garage. The garage will remain open and accessible. The closure will allow the construction contractor to perform utility tie-ins (water, sewer and storm water) with the city’s mains in the street.
SU Arts Minute - August 31-September 6
Highlights include To Kill a Mockingbird
theatre auditions, and exhibits at the University Gallery of Fulton Hall, Electronic Gallery, SU Art Galleries Downtown Campus and Guerrieri University Center Art Space.
Habay Earns SU's First Competitive National Institutes of Health Grant
Dr. Stephen Habay of Salisbury University’s Chemistry Department has earned the campus’ first competitive grant from the National Institutes of Health. The $290,538 Academic Research Enhancement Award will expand research opportunities for undergraduates and enhance SU’s laboratory spaces with new equipment.
SU Art Galleries Presents 'The Luminous Surface' August 24-October 31
Salisbury University Art Galleries presents “The Luminous Surface,” curated by David Linton, August 24-October 31 at the University Gallery of Fulton Hall and Electronic Gallery, Teacher Education and Technology Center (TETC) Room 128. A reception with the curator is 5-7 p.m. Wednesday, September 23, in the University Gallery. In connection with the exhibit, artist Ursula Scherrer, with musicians Brian Chase and Kato Hideki present “afloat,” on Wednesday, September 30, from 5-8pm in TETC Room 317. A panel discussion with curator David Linton and exhibiting artists is 5:30 p.m. Thursday, October 1, in Fulton Hall Room 111.
Ratcliffe Shore Hatchery Applications Accepted August 17-September 21
Applications are being accepted for the fourth round of funding through Salisbury University’s Philip E. and Carole R. Ratcliffe Foundation Shore Hatchery entrepreneurship program beginning Monday, August 17. Business startups throughout the mid-Atlantic are eligible to apply for their share of $200,000. Selected entrepreneurs will have the chance to present their proposals to the program’s advisory board for consideration Friday, October 23, at SU’s Perdue Hall. The deadline for submissions is Monday, September 21.
Pass Attends National Endowment for the Humanities Modern Design Seminar
Most students look for ward to summer, when they traditionally take a break from school. Dr. Victoria Pass of Salisbury University’s Art Department, on the other hand, was excited about returning to the classroom. Pass was one of 25 educators selected to attend the National Endowment for the Humanities’ four-week seminar “Teaching the History of Modern Design: The Canon and Beyond” at Drexel University.
'To Kill a Mockingbird' Auditions Sept. 1-2 at SU
Atticus Finch, Scout Finch and Boo Radley are names synonymous with American literature. Salisbury University’s Bobbi Biron Theatre Program is searching for actors to personify these and other classic characters for this semester’s production of To Kill a Mockingbird
, the stage adaptation of Harper Lee’s Pulitzer Prize-winning 1960 novel. Dr. T. Paul Pfeiffer, co-chair of the Music, Theatre and Dance Department, directs.
Nabb Center Presents 'Rails Across Delmarva' Exhibit September 9-December 4
Salisbury University’s Edward H. Nabb Research Center for Delmarva History and Culture recalls the importance of train travel on the peninsula in the 19th and 20th centuries through the exhibit “Rails Across Delmarva.” The installation opens Wednesday, September 9, at the center’s gallery, 190 Wayne St., continuing through Friday, December 4.
ShoreCorps/PALS Members Recognized for Year of Service
ShoreCorps/PALS (Partnership for Adolescents on the Lower Shore), the AmeriCorps program at Salisbury University, recently celebrated the accomplishments of its members during its 20th annual recognition ceremony. Some 19 members were honored for their year of service with local organizations and agencies in Wicomico, Dorchester, Talbot and Caroline counties.
Creative Writing Festival Inaugurates Fall Writers on the Shore Series Wednesday, September 9
Salisbury University inaugurates its fall Writers-on-the-Shore program with a Creative Writing Festival 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, September 9, in the Worcester Room of the Commons. This SU faculty reading includes fiction by Dr. Susan McCarty, poetry by Dr. John Nieves and creative non-fiction by Dr. John Wenke. The event also features student writing.
Fall PRESTO Class Registration Open at SU
Registration is open for fall classes through Salisbury University's PRESTO performing arts educational outreach program. New this year is a theatre class for students in grades 8-12. Lessons also are offered in piano, Suzuki violin and most band and orchestral instruments.
SU Environmental Studies Interns Share Experiences Wednesday, September 9
From working with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to conducting deer surveys for the Maryland Department of Natural Resources, students in Salisbury University’s Environmental Studies Department spent their summers interning in the outdoors. Four of the programs 13 summer interns discuss their experiences 7 p.m. Wednesday, September 9, in Henson Science Hall Room 243.
Perdue School Faculty Present at 75th Academy of Management Meeting
Salisbury University’s Franklin P. Perdue School of Business had a strong presence at the Academy of Management’s 75th annual meeting, “Opening Governance,” in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. A team led by faculty from SU’s Management and Marketing Department presented the workshop “Open Governance: In Large and Small Enterprises, and Across Industries and Culture,” one of only 16 all-academy presentations selected from 567 proposals.
$4.4 Million Plaza Gallery Building and Annex Gifted to SU Foundation
Developers Palmer Gillis and Tony Gilkerson have announced the donation of one of West Main Street’s signature structures, the Plaza Gallery Building and Annex, to the Salisbury University Foundation, Inc. The gift is valued at some $4.4 million.
USM Community to Participate in Maryland Unites
Adelphi, Md. (July 7, 2015) -- University System of Maryland Chancellor Robert L. Caret announced that the USM community will participate in Maryland Unites: Day of Service. Maryland Unites is Governor Larry Hogan's initiative for state employees to offer their time and talents through community service. For more information, visit http://www.usmd.edu/newsroom/news/1504
SU Art Galleries Presents 'It's Fine' August 12-October 17
Salisbury University graphic design alumni Sarah O’Malley, Cory Parks, Andy Smith and Luke Sohl showcase their works during the exhibit “It’s Fine” August 12-October 17 at the SU Art Galleries Downtown Campus. An artist lecture is 5:30 p.m. Thursday, September 10. A reception is 5-7 p.m. September 18 during the Salisbury Arts & Entertainment District’s monthly 3rd Friday celebration.
SU Art Galleries Presents 'The Great American Landscape' August 12-October 10
Salisbury University Art Galleries celebrates the natural beauty of the United States during the exhibit “The Great American Landscape: Photographs by Ansel Adams, George Alexander Grant, Eliot Porter and the National Park Service.” The exhibition is on display August 12-October 10 at the SU Art Galleries Downtown Campus. A reception and book signing with guidebook authors Ren and Helen Davis is 5-7 p.m. September 18 during the Salisbury Arts & Entertainment District’s monthly 3rd Friday celebration.
Salisbury University Officially Breaks Ground on Patricia R. Guerrieri Academic Commons
With broad smiles and shiny shovels, Salisbury University, its friends and supporters broke ground today on the Patricia R. Guerrieri Academic Commons (GAC). At 224,071 square feet, the $111.4 million facility will be the largest academic building in SU history. Home for a sorely needed new library, with it comes a reconfiguration of University classroom, research and study space in a manner that planners predict will change campus dynamics. The GAC is a conscious attempt to transform learning at the institution—in ways which will not only impact how students and faculty interact, but, potentially, how the Lower Eastern Shore relates to the SU academic community.
SU Breaks Ground on New $19M Sea Gull Stadium During Homecoming
Salisbury University’s 2014 Homecoming and Family Weekend has a special significance for SU athletics and its fans: On Saturday, October 18, the University unveils the designs of its new $19 million stadium, as well as a planned $10 million renovation of its athletics fields and other facilities. This comes at the official groundbreaking for Sea Gull Stadium.
Remember Caruthers Hall With a Commemorative Brick
For community members who have special memories of Caruthers Hall and the campus school, a limited number of bricks from the building are available through the University’s Alumni Office and its website. Each brick has a commemorative plaque that reads: “Salisbury State Teachers College Demonstration School to Salisbury University Caruthers Hall, 1955-2013, the foundation on which educational excellence was built.”
SU Selected as a 2015-16 College of Distinction
Salisbury University has been selected as a 2015-16 College of Distinction. Salisbury was chosen for its “continued commitment” to the four distinctions, said founder Wes Creel. These include: engaged students, outstanding teaching, vibrant communities and successful outcomes. Started over a decade ago, the Colleges of Distinction website helps young people, and their families and counselors, find campuses that are right for them. According to Creel, the institutions that are included “are the best places (for students) to learn, grow and succeed.”
'Consumers Digest' Names SU to Top 100 College Values
has named Salisbury University one of its Top 100 College Values. Selected from among some 2,000 U.S. campuses that offer four-year degrees, SU ranked No. 31 out of 50 public institutions spotlighted. The rankings are “based on attributes that validate or define academic prowess factored against annual cost of tuition, fees, and room and board.”
Princeton Review Names SU Among 'The Best 380 Colleges' for 2016
"The professors here are down-to-earth, friendly, and just passionate about what they are teaching.” You learn “lessons that you will be able to take far beyond the classroom. [They] don’t just teach so that you will pass a test, they teach for life. They’re awesome.” These are some of the student comments about Salisbury University in The Princeton Review’s new 2016 edition of The Best 380 Colleges.
'U.S. News' Again Names SU Among 'Best Colleges'
U.S. News & World Report
today named Salisbury University one of its Best Colleges for 2014. The 573 universities in the Best Regional Universities category are split among four geographic areas — North, South, Midwest and West. In the northern region, SU ranked 65th in the top tier among 181 publics and privates. It also was named among the “Best Colleges for Vets” and “A-plus Schools for B Students.”
'Kiplinger's' Again Names SU A 'Best Value'
For the seventh consecutive year, Kiplinger’s Personal Finance
has named Salisbury University one of its 100 “Best Values in Public Colleges.” The magazine also again named SU among its “24 Best College Values Under $30,000 a Year.” SU and the other campuses on the 2015 list “combine outstanding academics with affordable cost,” Kiplinger’s
Emergency Notification Registration Available for Campus Community
As part of ongoing efforts to ensure the safety of the campus community, Salisbury University has implemented an emergency notification system that sends text and voice messages in the event of an emergency. Students, faculty and staff must register to receive the emergency alerts.