"Foundation Grant Recipients"
SALISBURY, MD--The Salisbury University Foundation recently awarded $7,700 in grants to University faculty members.
Recipients from the Henson School of Science and Technology were: Dr. Anne Barse, Department of Biological Sciences, $500 to participate in the annual meeting of the American Society of Parasitologists in Albequerque, NM; Joan E. Maloof, Department of Biological Sciences, $800 to continue research on bumble bee nectar robbers; and Dr. Mohammad Moazzam, Department of Mathematics, $900 to present a paper at the Joint National Meeting of the American Mathematical Society and the Mathematical Association of America in San Diego, CA.
Recipients from the Siedel School of Education and Professional Studies were: Dr. Victoria Hutchinson, Department of Physical Education, $600 to attend the annual meeting of the board of directors of the American College Dance Festival Association.
Recipients from the Fulton School of Liberal Arts were: Dr. Gary Harrington, Department of English, $300 to attend and present a paper on “The New World Order in Macbeth” at the Wooden O Symposium, a conference on Medieval and Renaissance studies; Dr. Andrew Hepburn, Department of Communication Arts, $400 to attend the biannual Art Culture Nature Conference; Dr. Diane Illig, Department of Sociology, $800 to participate in the Summer Institute on Sexuality, Society and Health sponsored by San Francisco State University’s Human Sexualities Department; Dr. Dean Kotlowski, Department of History, $900 to conduct research on Native American affairs at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in Simi Valley, CA; Dr. Paul Pfieffer, Department of Theatre, $900 to attend and perform at the Edinburgh Theatre Festival; and Dr. Michael Waters, Department of English, $900 to participate in summer seminars at Charles University in Prague.
Recipients from the Athletics Department were: Jim Berkman, men’s lacrosse coach, $700 to attend the National College Coaches Meetings and Conferences in Orlando, FL.
The Salisbury University Foundation, Inc. was created in 1973 to accumulate funds, by gift and investment, and to foster, encourage and enrich the activities, educational programs, athletics and scholarships of SU. It is the intent of the Foundation to promote, sponsor and carry out educational, scientific and charitable purposes and objectives for the benefit of SU and its students.
Currently, the Foundation manages over $36 million in assets for the benefit of SU. Each of the institution's four schools is permanently endowed, a rarity in higher education.