In the Spotlight...
Jordan Levere was recognized as March’s Sea Gull Who Soars for his outstanding contributions to Salisbury University and its surrounding community. Jordan was nominated by Heather Holmes. Jordan is a senior marketing major and an ambassador for SU in a number of capacities. He works on campus in the Sports Information Office and in Admissions as a University Host. He sets a positive example for his peers by demonstrating his commitment to academic excellence. He is a member of Sigma Tau Gamma fraternity where he promotes civility among his brothers, fellow fraternities and sororities. He has an open and caring mind and not only is kind to others but also cares about the greater Salisbury community. Jordan is the face of the Delmarva Shorebirds and seeks to better the community through his interactions with children and families at Arthur Perdue Stadium. Congratulations Jordan!
The Lower Shore Health Literacy Initiative (LS-HLI) was selected as the winner of the 2018 Light of Literacy Award by the Friends of Wicomico Public Libraries! LS-HLI is a joint venture of the Business, Economic and Community Outreach Network (BEACON) of the Perdue School, Peninsula Regional Medical Center, and United Way of the Lower Shore. The three partners of the initiative are recognized at the Light of Literacy Awards.
Ken Smith’s son Kevin joins the accounting faculty at Stanford University this summer as an assistant professor. He is expected to receive his Ph.D. from the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania this May. Kevin started his college career at SU. He earned 27 credits as a full-time student during what would otherwise have been his senior year of high school. The Perdue School courses he completed included ACCT 201, ACCT 202, ACCT 248, ACCT 304 and FINA 311. Congratulations Kevin!
Fatollah Salimian was recognized at the Annual Service Awards for 35 years of service.