SU Relay For Life Earns 'Outstanding Administration Support' Award
SALISBURY, MD---When it comes to supporting Relay For Life, Salisbury University’s administration is tops in the South Atlantic.
At the American Cancer Society’s 2011 South Atlantic Division Collegiate Awards Banquet, SU received the award for “Outstanding Administration Support.” During halftime at the SU football team’s annual Regents Cup game vs. Frostburg State University, Relay For Life co-chairs presented the award to President Janet Dudley-Eshbach, Relay advisor Agata Liszkowska and Dr. Rosemary M. Thomas, vice president of University Advancement. Thomas is also a member of the South Atlantic Division board of directors and Relay’s Nationwide Leadership Training Team.
Pictured, from left, are Debbie White, Salisbury area community manager for the American Cancer Society; 2012 SU Relay Chair Casey Gaul; 2011 Relay Co-Chair Maggie Sullivan; Dudley-Eshbach; Liszkowska; Thomas and 2011 Relay Co-Chair Marshall Boyd.
More than 1,250 students, faculty and staff on some 97 teams raised over $82,000 during the 10th SU Relay in April. SU’s per capita contribution of $11.85 was well above the national average.