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Princeton Review and Kiplinger's Name SU a 'Best Value' College Thursday, November 27, 2014

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Tickets on Sale for SU Renaissance Madrigal Feast December 5-6

Lord Merrick of Salisbury invites the community to join him as Salisbury University’s award-winning Renaissance Madrigal Dinner returns for  the fourth time Friday-Saturday, December 5-6, in the Bistro of the Commons. Doors open at 6 p.m. Dinner is served at 7:30 p.m.

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SU's Perdue School to Launch Online M.B.A.

Salisbury University’s Franklin P. Perdue School of Business is launching an online version of its Master of Business Administration (M.B.A.) program in fall 2015. “We wanted to offer a more flexible and convenient version of our highly-competitive M.B.A. for  working professionals and others,” said Dr. Christy Weer, Perdue School interim dean. “Courses will be led by the same excellent faculty who teach on campus.”

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SU Percussion and World Drum Ensembles Perform Thursday, November 20

From the walking dead to body beats, Salisbury University’s Percussion and World Drum ensembles perform 7:30 p.m. Thursday, November 20, in Holloway Hall Auditorium.

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SU Hosts Annual Kwanzaa Celebration Saturday, December 6

SALISBURY, MD---The community is invited to honor the seven principles of Kwanzaa during Salisbury University’s annual Kwanzaa Celebration 1 p.m. Saturday, December 6, in the Wicomico Room of the Guerrieri University Center.

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SU Faculty Earn $260K NSF Grant for Math Education Research

Over the summer, eight area college students hosted weekly learning sessions to help fourth, fifth and sixth graders better understand mathematics skills from fractions and multiplication to decimals and statistics. The three-year project is funded by a $260,606 National Science Foundation grant earned by Drs. Randall Groth of the Education Specialties Department and Jennifer Bergner of the Mathematics and Computer Science Department.

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SU's Ratti Earns Prestigious Fellowships in India, Australia

Dr. Manav RattiIn his 2013 book The Postsecular Imagination: Postcolonialism, Religion and Literature, Dr. Manav Ratti of Salisbury University’s English Department tackled two controversial subjects: religion and politics. Now, he’s hoping to add justice to the list. Building on his work, he is now researching postcolonial justice in law and literature, how they intersect and how they can “inform one another to address some of the most intriguing and compelling issues of our time," he said. His research has led to prestigious fellowships, at India's Jawaharlal Nehru University and Australian National University.

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SU Math and Computer Science Club Hosts GullCode Challenge

Even though it was a Saturday, some 50 computer science students were hard at work inside Salisbury University’s Henson Science Hall. They were competing for  cash and prizes during the campus’ third GullCode computer programming challenge.

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Maryland Charity Campaign Underway at SU

Maryland Charity CampaignAs the holiday season approaches, Salisbury University’s faculty and staff are asked to help the less for tunate by contributing to the Maryland Charity Campaign. This year, SU is teaming with the University’s United Way chapter, Maryland’s first student chapter. The United Way of the Lower Eastern Shore, Inc. (No. 4883 in the Maryland Charity Campaign’s Giving Guide) serves 54 programs in Wicomico, Worcester, Somerset and Dorchester counties, directly impacting many neighbors and friends of the University community.

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SU Hosts Stardust Ballroom Dance Party Monday, December 1

Salisbury University hosts its inaugural Stardust Ballroom Dance Party 7-9 p.m. Monday, December 1, in the Great Hall of Holloway Hall. The event follows a semester of free ballroom dance lessons, focusing on the waltz and foxtrot, offered by SU’s Cultural Affairs Office this semester.

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Delmarva Public Radio Hosts 'A Silent Night Out' Fundraiser Thursday, December 4

Delmarva Public Radio hosts its annual “A Silent Night Out” fundraising event 5-7 p.m. Thursday, December 4, at Hobos Restaurant & Bar in Rehoboth Beach, DE. Proceeds benefit Delmarva Public Radio.

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SU President Recognized for Supporting Internships Abroad

Global Experiences, one of the leading international internship organizations, has recognized Salisbury University President Janet Dudley-Eshbach for  taking the opportunity to see firsthand Salisbury students actively engaging in career development activities organized through a unique campus partnership. Since 2009, SU has worked with Global Experiences to offer semester-long study abroad programs based on internships.



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SU Winter Music Festival Continues Through Tuesday, December 9

From a patriotic salute and American jazz to classical selections and holiday favorites, Salisbury University presents its annual Winter Music Festival, “Music that Dances, Prances and Romances,” November 15-December 9.

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'Delmarvans at War' Exhibit Returns to Nabb Research Center August 25-December 12

Civil WarFamilies throughout the Delmarva Peninsula were greatly impacted by both Union and Confederate supporters and events during the Civil War era. Salisbury University’s Edward H. Nabb Research Center for  Delmarva History and Culture commemorates the 150th anniversary of the Civil War with the exhibit “Delmarvans at War.” The installation returns to the center’s gallery, 190 Wayne Street, from August 25-December 12.

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Nabb Center Presents 'Mapping Delmarva's Past' Exhibit August 25-December 12

Virginia MapBefore GPS, before MapQuest, there were actual maps. Salisbury University’s Edward H. Nabb Research Center for  Delmarva History and Culture explores the area through the eyes of some of the earliest cartographers in “Mapping Delmarva’s Past.” The exhibit is on display in the center’s gallery, 190 Wayne Street, from August 25-December 12.

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Annual Tournament of Trees Scheduled December 1-10

The Guerrieri University Center hosts its 11th annual Tournament of Trees, Monday-Friday, December 1-10 in the Fireside Lounge. This year’s theme is “Christmas Traditions: What Does Christmas Mean to You?” More than 30 registered student organizations, Living Learning Communities and residence halls decorate 3-foot pre-lit trees to benefit local families in need. Trees are judged based on originality and creativity. The top three receive prizes.

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