Kerrie Lorch Earns Tidewater Environmental Scholarship
SALISBURY, MD---Kerrie Lorch, daughter of Craig and Joann Lorch of Elkridge, MD, recently received the annual Tidewater Environmental Health Association (TEHA) Scholarship for Salisbury University students.
Lorch is a senior majoring in environmental health science. She is president of the Environmental Health Club and a member of the Field Hockey Club. She graduated from Long Reach High School in 2002.
Pictured, from left, are Michelle Walston, co-chair of TEHA; John Rafter, director of TEHA; Dr. Elichia Venso, director of SU’s Environmental Health Science Program; Lorch; and Jay Bozman, secretary-treasurer of TEHA. Proceeds from TEHA’s annual Wallace Q. French Golf Tournament benefit the SU program. At Salisbury University some 7,000 students in 42 undergraduate and 11 graduate programs pursue liberal arts and professional degrees. Located on the Eastern Shore 30 miles from the Atlantic Ocean and 20 miles from the Chesapeake Bay, Salisbury is 2 ? hours from Baltimore, Washington, D.C., Norfolk, VA, and Wilmington, DE. Among its peers, SU is ranked in the top 10 public universities of its kind in the North by U.S. News and World Report. "