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Seidel School of Education & Professional Studies

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The Seidel School of Education and Professional Studies is grounded in a tradition of teacher preparation that began in 1925 as the Maryland State Normal School at Salisbury.  Endowed in 1997, as the Seidel School of Education and Professional Studies, SU was one of two universities across the nation to receive an endowment. 

The school since its inception as a Normal school has expanded its programs to include nationally accredited and recognized programs in Athletic Training, Exercise Science, and Social Work.  Known for programs that “make a difference” in the lives of others, the Seidel School of Education and Professional Studies prepares  students for careers that  provide initial and continuing education that ensures professionally competent teachers, health fitness providers, athletic trainers, social workers and school administrators. 

Through our commitment to  rigorous coursework and experiential  learning via extended clinical practice with community based partners our graduates become cooperative, innovative leaders dedicated to community service and excellence.

All the school's programs interface with the community in special and unique ways and rely on community institutions, agencies and settings for the field components. Whether in teacher education, health fitness, physical education, social work or other programs, the integration of theory and practice takes place in field sites generously provided by the University's surrounding community.

Administration and Staff

Dickerson, Annette
Administrative Assistant II/Field Experience, Seidel School of Education and Professional Studies
Conway Hall (TE) 379
410-548-2585 or ext 82585
asdickerson@salisbury.edu
1-ASDICKERSON
Elburn, Sara
Regional PDS Program Manager, Seidel School of Education and Professional Studies
sjelburn@salisbury.edu
Scholarship
2-SJELBURN
Fiala, Kelly
Assc. Prof/Interim Dean, Seidel School of Education and Professional Studies
Conway Hall (TE) 354F
410-543-6335 or ext 36335
kafiala@salisbury.edu
Press Releases
Scholarship
3-KAFIALA
Gasior, Paul
Coordinator of Field Experiences, Seidel School of Education and Professional Studies
Conway Hall (TE) 379E
410-543-6277 or ext 36277
plgasior@salisbury.edu
Courses
Scholarship
4-PLGASIOR
Geesaman, Sydney
Administrative Assistant II, Seidel School of Education and Professional Studies
Conway Hall (TE) 353D1
410-677-0256 or ext 70256
scgeesaman@salisbury.edu
5-SCGEESAMAN
Harding, Linda
Liaison, Seidel School of Education and Professional Studies
laharding@salisbury.edu
6-LAHARDING
Pennerman, Althea
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Seidel School of Education and Professional Studies
Faculty/Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Seidel School of Education and Professional Studies
Faculty/Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Teacher Education
Conway Hall (TE) 354E
410-548-2865 or ext 82865
ajpennerman@salisbury.edu
Courses
Press Releases
Scholarship
7-ajpennerman
Taylor, Melinda
Executive Administrative Assistant I, Seidel School of Education and Professional Studies
Conway Hall (TE) 354C
410-543-6335 or ext 36335
mltaylor@salisbury.edu
8-MLTAYLOR
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