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Fall 2002
Date Headline
8/29/2002 W;t opens at Fulton Hall Theatre Sept. 11
8/30/2002 SU announces program of Sept. 11 commemorative activities
9/3/2002 BEACON moves to new home
9/3/2002 Conference slated for child care providers
9/3/2002 Nursing enrollment up at Salisbury University
9/3/2002 SU's Perdue School of Business hosts Academy for International Business Conference
9/5/2002 Fall Convocation set for September 10
9/5/2002 University dedicates Henson Science Hall
9/6/2002 Tracing Your Delmarva Ancestors September 20-21
9/6/2002 Mystic Warriors to perform in Latin-American series
9/6/2002 Photographer Grace Taylor's "People of the Volcano" exhibit
9/9/2002 Respiratory Therapy grads achieve 100 percent pass rate
9/9/2002 Start and Manage Your Business seminar September 13
9/9/2002 Start and Manage Your Business seminar September 17
9/9/2002 Hoffman reviews work for European Commission
9/9/2002 Child behavior workshop planned for September 30
9/9/2002 Conaway honored for SU Foundation work
9/13/2002 The Rebel's Heel is on Thy Shore: The Maryland Campaign of 1862 offered October 3
9/13/2002 AmeriCorps holds commencement
9/13/2002 AAUW sponsors "Community Dialogue on Social Justice"
9/13/2002 Commercial Real Estate 101 seminars offered
9/13/2002 Kathleen Groutt serves on panel at England conference
9/13/2002 Pfanstiehl to address Academy for Leadership in Education
9/13/2002 Retail and Restaurant Smart Start seminar offered October 22
9/13/2002 Salisbury University ranked in Top Tier of U.S. News & World Report's 2003 "America's Best Colleges"
9/13/2002 Business Coaching: Getting the Most from Yourself and Others" offered September 26
9/13/2002 One Race, One People, One Peace at SU September 23
9/13/2002 Renowned guitarist Manuel Barrueco performs Oct. 1
9/19/2002 Business expansion seminar October 21
9/19/2002 Frank Shipper given special recognition
9/19/2002 International Studies major now at SU
9/19/2002 Linda Cockey piano recital slated for October 20
9/19/2002 NAACP's Kweisi Mfume speaks October 7 at SU
9/19/2002 Photographic exhibit examines teen pregnancy
9/19/2002 Starting and Managing a Small Business Sept. 25-Nov. 13
9/19/2002 Starting and Managing a Small Business evening series begins October 15
9/19/2002 SBDC offers free IRS E-file training
9/19/2002 Senkbeil presents at chemistry conference
9/19/2002 Theatre bus trips to Washington, D.C. planned
9/24/2002 Ballet Hispanico comes to SU October 14
9/24/2002 Dean Fafoutis named editor of International Social Science Review
9/24/2002 Lecture examines development in Amazon
9/24/2002 O'Rourke named to Distinguished Alumni
9/24/2002 Perdue School Day October 3
9/24/2002 The Importance of Being Earnest opens October 24
9/25/2002 Latin American Nobel Laureates lecture Oct. 17
9/25/2002 Sea Gull Century underway October 12
9/27/2002 Lecture on Nobel Laureate Asturias October 24
9/30/2002 Donald Whaley receives Faculty Appreciation Award
10/1/2002 BEACON welcomes new team
10/2/2002 BTGLASS announces fall events
10/3/2002 James Hill exhibits clay pottery
10/4/2002 Alumni in the Classroom October 14-18
10/4/2002 Senator Paul S. Sarbanes inaugurates lecture series Oct. 22
10/9/2002 Claremont Duo performs South American music Oct. 30
10/9/2002 Senator Paul S. Sarbanes speaks Oct. 22
10/9/2002 Lecture on human rights at U.S.-Mexican border Oct. 23
10/9/2002 Poet William Heyen speaks at SU October 29
10/9/2002 SU Homecoming-Family Weekend November 1-3
10/15/2002 BEACON focuses on vision for region
10/15/2002 Debate 38 to be held October 20
10/15/2002 Senkbeil receives Faculty Appreciation Award
10/15/2002 Strategic planning workshop offered November 1
10/15/2002 Traditional Indian basket workshops on November 18
10/15/2002 BEACON focuses on vision for region
10/15/2002 Cavallaro receives award from Corning Community College
10/15/2002 Maryland Genealogical Society Seminar held
10/15/2002 Master of Social Work informational meetings scheduled
10/15/2002 Spain's Religious Legacy lecture on November 6
10/15/2002 Schneider presents work at conferences
10/18/2002 Access 26 earns recognition from Wicomico County Board of Education
10/18/2002 Grecay publishes research
10/18/2002 Graduate School Fair slated for October 25
10/18/2002 Hayes book show at library November 2
10/18/2002 Importance of Being Earnest opens October 24
10/24/2002 Admissions Open House October 26
10/24/2002 Award-winning poet Jeffrey Skinner at SU November 25
10/24/2002 MSW informational meeting changes announced
10/24/2002 England discusses research
10/24/2002 Felix Angel: Selected Works 1991-2002 opens Nov. 15
10/24/2002 Cinco Estrallas lecture on Gabriel Garcia Marquez Nov. 14
10/24/2002 Cinco Estrallas lecture on Nobel Laureate Neruda Nov. 7
10/24/2002 Conners given Faculty Appreciation Award
10/24/2002 PACE sponsors voter registration drive
10/24/2002 Sylvia Bradley publishes history of Salisbury University
10/24/2002 Safe Choices plans Halloween Block Party Oct. 26
10/24/2002 SU Dance Company receives SWAC grant
10/24/2002 Women in Business workshop offered November 12
10/30/2002 Adventurer Cindy Ross is at SU November 11
10/30/2002 Admissions Open House
10/30/2002 Founder of El Puente delivers Riall Lecture November 12
10/30/2002 Michelson and Hutchinson Win Distinguished Faculty Award
10/30/2002 Modern Languages celebrates French Week
10/30/2002 Perdue School of Business at SU featured in "Best Graduate Schools"
10/30/2002 Peninsula Bank makes $5,000 gift to Academy for Leadership in Education at Salisbury University
10/30/2002 Poet Don Schofield comes to SU December 5 for Writers-on-the-Shore reading
10/30/2002 SU Dance Company Showcase is November 6, 8-9
10/30/2002 SU President discusses "Readings from Octavio Paz" November 21
10/30/2002 Youth and Collegiate Symphony performs November 14
11/1/2002 Wenke discusses Salinger on NPR
11/1/2002 Wenke on NPR with Garrison Keillor and Margaret Salinger
11/5/2002 Art Book Fair November 2
11/5/2002 Big Love opens November 20 at Fulton Hall Theatre
11/5/2002 BEACON planning regional information base
11/5/2002 Elmore Scholarship awarded to Hu
11/5/2002 Flamenco comes to SU November 13
11/5/2002 Holiday Gift Shop at SU
11/5/2002 Pi Gamma Mu holds fall initiation
11/5/2002 Quinn receives Faculty Appreciation Award
11/5/2002 Start and Manage Small Business workshop Nov. 12
11/5/2002 SU awarded $1.3 million grant
11/5/2002 Zaprowski presents research at Geological Society of America annual meeting
11/12/2002 CCART Scholarship Sale opens November 19
11/12/2002 Employment Law and EEO Update Conference offered Dec. 4
11/12/2002 QuinTango comes to SU November 23
11/12/2002 SU Foundation announces completion of Seidel Challenge
11/22/2002 Chorale and Chamber Choir perform December 8
11/22/2002 Hickman named director of Small Business Development Center
11/22/2002 King of the Mountains opens December 7
11/22/2002 Students achieve 100 percent pass rate
11/22/2002 Voices of Adoption meets November 25
11/22/2002 Wang earns entry into prestigious programs
11/22/2002 Welsh participates in literature/film conferences
11/27/2002 Salisbury University Students Win Fed Reserve Challenge
12/4/2002 Academy of International Business hold annual conference
12/4/2002 Wind Ensemble performs December 10
12/4/2002 Wenke's work on Melville included in collection
12/4/2002 Bardzell lectures at McPherson College
12/4/2002 Pi Gamma Mu awarded Roll of Distinction
12/4/2002 Small attends Colonial Williamsburg Institute
12/9/2002 Broadway's Bombs and Best Kept Secrets opens Dec. 11
12/9/2002 SSO to perform annual holiday concert December 14
12/9/2002 BEACON, Henson School Mapping Sciences Group project earns recognition
12/9/2002 rRybacki is SU student commencement speaker
12/9/2002 White researches French art in Montreal
12/9/2002 SU to award alumni at commencement
12/20/2002 Economic Forecast 2003 scheduled for January 16
12/20/2002 Gillespie publishes research
12/20/2002 (December 20, 2002)
12/20/2002 Nabb Center awards Miles-Stevenson Student Prize
12/20/2002 Retail and Restaurant Smart Start Offered January 28
12/20/2002 Starting and Managing a Small Business 8-week course
12/20/2002 Smart Start offered January 13
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