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Fall 2001

Cover of December 13, 2001 issue December 13, 2001 (PDF File Size: 417K)

  • Senior Nicole Miller Discusses Success at December Commencement
  • Dance Company member Registration and Audition
  • Art Faculty Show on Display Now
  • SU Linguist Pandey Earns Fellowship
  • BEACON Project Receives Community Development Award
  • SU Unveils M.S.W. Program
  • ... and More

Cover of December 6th issue December 6, 2001 (PDF File Size: 417K)

  • Distinguished Faculty Recognized
  • Graduate School Fair
  • Art Faculty Show on Display Now
  • International Exchange Faculty Development Seminars
  • A Salisbury University Philanthropic Carol
  • December 2001 Commencement Information
  • Women Claim Optimist Classic Championship
  • ... and More

Cover of November 29th issue November 29, 2001 (PDF File Size: 417K)

  • SSO Presents Messiah Concert
  • Campus Ministry Sponsors Collection and Retreat
  • A Little Holiday Music
  • December 2001 Commencement Information
  • Ward Museum Exhibits Photography of Christopher Burkett
  • Scholarship Opportunities
  • McDonald is First CCR Lecturer
  • ... and More

Cover of November 13th Issue November 15, 2001 (PDF File Size: 417K)

  • "All My Sons" On Stage
  • Enjoy a Longwood Gardens Christmas
  • Graduate School Fair
  • Faculty Publish Chapters on Terrorism
  • Upcoming Christmas Events at the Ward Museum
  • Beacon Welcomes Fall Research Associates
  • Need Community Service Points?
  • ... and More

Cover of November 8th IssueNovember 8, 2001 (PDF File Size: 481K)

  • Tibetan Monks In Residence Nov. 12-17
  • Music Educators Fundraising Recital on Nov. 9
  • CCART Sponsors Art Scholarship Sale/Exhibit
  • Enjoy a Longwood Gardens Christmas
  • Concert Celebrates WSCL's 15th Anniversary
  • Alumni in the Classroom
  • ... and More

Cover of November 1st Issue November 1, 2001 (PDF File Size: 187K)

  • Institute for Service Learning Receives MAHE Award
  • Sea Gulls Begin Play in NCAA Field Hockey Tournament
  • Dance Showcase Features Guest Choreographer
  • Spotlight on Asia
  • Don't Miss 'Mega Morning' Exhibit
  • BEACON Launches Delmarva Hispanic Outreach Project
  • ... and More

Cover of October 25th Issue October 25, 2001 (PDF File Size: 780K)

  • Two Years in the Tree: July Butterfly Hill
  • Hoffman/Goldstein Duo Perform
  • Sea Gulls Enjoy Homecoming With 31-0 Football Win
  • SU Dance Company on the Move
  • Spotlight on Asia: Enjoy the Beauty of Tibet ...
  • Check Out "Just Folks" on WSCL/WSDL
  • ... and More

Cover of October 18th issue October 18, 2001 (PDF File Size: 395K)

  • Homecoming/Family Weekend Combine for Biggest Celebration
  • Nabb Center Celebrates Native American History Month
  • Redwood Environmentalist Hill Lectures
  • Theatre Program Presents "True West"
  • Romans on the Rhine
  • SU Professors at Kansas Comedy Conference
  • ... and More

Cover of Oct. 11th issue October 11, 2001 (PDF File Size: 417K)

  • Keating is Next Great Leader
  • Century Ride Boosts Local Economy
  • An Interfaith Response to Sept. 11
  • True West Hits SU Stage
  • SU Summer Program in Spain Launched
  • Homecoming/Family Weekend Combine Oct. 19-21
  • ... and More

Cover of Oct. 4th issue October 4, 2001 (PDF File Size: 417K)

  • Sea Gull Century Rides On
  • Honor Society Offers Internship Grants and Study Abroad Competition
  • Enjoy Oktoberfest
  • Jazz Ambassadors Bring Patriotic Music to SU
  • Miller is First Hargreaves Honoree
  • Sea Gull Finish 2nd, 3rd in Tidewater Cross Country Meet
  • ... and More

SU News, V18 No. 6, Small Cover Pic September 27, 2001 (PDF File Size: 438K)

  • Maryland Senate President Miller Addresses SU
  • Buddhist-Hindu Dialogue on Ecology
  • Nabb Center Open House
  • PMG Changes to Beacon
  • DiBartolo Reaches 200-Win Milestone
  • Ward Museum Hosts Chesapeake Wildfowl Expo
  • ... and More

Small Cover of 9/20/01 Newsletter September 20, 2001 (PDF File Size: 657K)

  • Singer/Activist Holly Near Performs
  • Foodservice Day Wed. Sept. 26
  • Asian Series Begins
  • Saying Goodbye to Director of Publications Carol Bloodsworth
  • Todd Fund Brings Students Together
  • Ward Museum Holds Brice Stump Exhibit
  • ... and More

Small Cover of 9/13/01 Newsletter September 13, 2001 (PDF File Size: 1,221K)

  • SSO Receives Endowment
  • Support Relay of Life
  • An Evening of Tango
  • International Film Series Fall 2001
  • Singer/Activist Holly Near Is "In Residence"
  • Williams Presents Cancer Research
  • ... and More

Small Cover of 9/6/01 Newsletter September 6, 2001 (PDF File Size: 1,221K)

  • New Provost Keynotes Convocation
  • Singer / Activist Holly Near Performs
  • Spotlight on Asia Cultural Series
  • Hallworth is Director of International Education
  • Spotlight on SU Mural Artist Jinchel Kim
  • ... and More

Small Cover of August 30th issue August 30, 2001 (PDF File Size: 1,221K)

  • SUlebration on Sept. 11
  • DiGiovanna Keynotes Gerontology Workshop
  • At the Gallery: 20th Century American Photographers - Selections from the SU Collection
  • Access 26 Documentary Earns National Award
  • Sea Gull Social Club Kick-off on September 8
  • ... and More

Small Cover of August 23rd issue August 23, 2001 (PDF File Size: 1,221K)

  • Leadership Center Opens
  • Gull Card Online
  • Seidel Challenge Combats Teacher Shortage
  • Alumni Faculty Appreciation Award Winners
  • American Photography in Fulton Gallery
  • Men's Soccer Ranked 24th in Preseason
  • ... and More
 

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Spring 2002

Cover of May 9, 2002 issue August 29, 2002 (PDF File Size: 293K)

  • Henson Science Hall Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony
  • Women's Business Institute Announce Addition to Staff
  • Theatre Season Opens
  • Perdue-Kresge Goal at 90%
  • SU Commemorates September 11
  • This Week with University Dining Services
  • University Police Together for a Safer Campus
  • ... and More

Cover of May 2, 2002 issue May 2, 2002 (PDF File Size: 207K)

  • SU's Global Community Celebrated in Link of Nations
  • There's Music in the Air!
  • Mullinix, Murray Named CAC Players of the Year
  • Nursing Scholarships Announced
  • 7th Annual Multicultural Festival
  • New Students, New Experiences
  • Register Your Gull Card Online
  • ... and More

Cover of April 25, 2002 issue April 25, 2002 (PDF File Size: 733K)

  • Annual Festival Celebrates Multiculturalism
  • Nabb is Link to Delmarva's Past
  • Grief Professionals Workshops Continue
  • Senior Games This Weekend
  • BEACON Impacts Shore's Agribusiness Industry
  • May 2002 Commencement Information
  • Gulls Claim Four CAC Championships
  • ... and More

Cover of April 18, 2002 issue April 18, 2002 (PDF File Size: 733K)

  • Library Welcomes New Dean
  • ESOL Conference and Book Fair
  • A Competition for the Birds
  • DiGiovanna Continues Aging Research
  • Senior Art Majors Display Work at Gallery
  • Support the Frisbee Team and Have Fun
  • Sophanes Present Picasso at the Lapin Agile
  • ... and More

Cover of April 11, 2002 issue April 11, 2002 (PDF File Size: 733K)

  • Final Academic Dean Position Filled
  • It's Not Too Early to Think about Winter Term in Ecuador
  • Variety Show this Weekend
  • Poet Joins Writers-on-the-Shore Series
  • Six Pianos, One Night
  • The Duck Caller
  • Savor Goes Gospel
  • ... and More

Cover of April 4, 2002 issue April 4, 2002 (PDF File Size: 205k)

  • Seidel Names New Dean
  • M.B.A.: A History of Success
  • Gentilella Named National Softball Player of the Week
  • Annual Philosophy Symposium Explores 'Islam and the Western Tradition'
  • SU Offers Course in Bioterrorism
  • Sharing Research and Sharing Laughs: The SEcond Annual SU Student Research Conference
  • ... and More

Cover of March 28, 2002 issue March 28, 2002 (PDF File Size: 400K)

  • Kamin Gets Belly Laughs With Body Humor
  • Child Care Resource Center Open House
  • 'Concrete Collaborations' Relfections
  • Nanticoke River Clean Up!
  • Summer Preview and Fall 2002 Peer Leaders Wanted
  • Be a 'Silent Witness'
  • Kotlowski's Take on Nixon Garners National Accolades
  • ... and More

Cover of March 14, 2002 issue March 14, 2002 (PDF File Size: 668K)

  • Riall Lecturer Kozol Explores 'Little Miracles'
  • Ward Museum is Free
  • Aspects of Humor Series: Laughter as Mediator; Butt-Head and Nixon: A Match Made in Hollywood
  • AmeriCorps Graduates 19
  • School Supplies for the Children of Afghanistan
  • International ID Cards for Spring Break
  • Web Tip of the Week
  • ... and More

Cover of March 7, 2002 issue March 7, 2002 (PDF File Size: 668K)

  • Verizon President is Next Great Leader
  • "Women and Vote" Discussed
  • Theatre Institutes New Ticket Policy
  • Sons of the American Revolutoin Seeks Entries for Oration Contest
  • Humor Series Goes to the "Dark Side"
  • Defending Human Rights: Amnesty International Director Addresses SU
  • NCAA 2002 Division III Women's Basketball Championship
  • ... and More

Cover of February 28, 2002 issue February 28, 2002 (PDF File Size: 668K)

  • It's Revolutionary! 1776
  • Laption Computers Available in Blackwell Library
  • Womens Basketball Hosts NCAA Tournament Game on Saturday
  • This Week with University Dining Services
  • Register Now for Women's Business Seminar
  • Soprano is Next Julliard Series Performer
  • Examine the Myth of 'Black Progress'
  • ... and More

Cover of February 21, 2002 issue February 21, 2002 (PDF File Size: 668K)

  • Marshall Gift Supports New Greenhouse
  • The Chesapeake Bay: An Artist's Vision
  • SU Mathematicians Share Research
  • Leadership Honor Society Seeks Members
  • Director Screens Film on Himalayan Controversy
  • Scholarship Opportunities
  • SU Coaches vs. Cancer
  • ... and More

Cover of February 14, 2002 issue February 14, 2002 (PDF File Size: 668K)

  • SU Partnership Links Outreach, Scholarship
  • Information for May 2002 Graduates
  • "Rock for Justice" Feb. 19
  • Scholarship Opportunities
  • The Chesapeake Bay: An Artist's Vision
  • Foundation Grants Awarded
  • Sports Medicine Symposium Is Success
  • ... and More

Cover of February 7, 2002 issue February 7, 2002 (PDF File Size: 417K)

  • Moore Is Perdue School Dean
  • Ward Museum: It's Free, Ward Hosts Volunteer Art Exhibit
  • Enjoy Salisbury Symphony Orchestra's Winter Concert
  • SU is Wired!
  • Bown Named First Team Soccer Academic All-American
  • Get Involved: The SU Foundation Endowment Partnership
  • Claremont Duo Present Chamber Music Concert
  • ... and More

Cover of January 31, 2002 issue January 31, 2002 (PDF File Size: 1,432K)

  • Senior Nicole Miller Discusses Success at December Commencement
  • Dance Company member Registration and Audition
  • Art Faculty Show on Display Now
  • SU Linguist Pandey Earns Fellowship
  • BEACON Project Receives Community Development Award
  • SU Unveils M.S.W. Program
  • ... and More

Cover of January 24, 2002 issue January 24, 2002 (PDF File Size: 597K)

  • Not Your Grandmother's Needlepoint: Fulton Gallery Hosts Embroidery Guild Exhibit
  • Phi Kappa Phi Graduate Fellowship
  • Cartoonist Begins Spring Humor Series
  • Register Now for Senior Games
  • SU Named Employer of the Year
  • Philosophy Professor's Holocaust Research Gains Notice
  • School Partnership Garners Grant
  • ... and More
 

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