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SU in the Media

Each year, hundreds of news articles and broadcasts share good news about Salisbury University and its faculty, staff, students and alumni. Below are recent media coverage highlights.

Dr. Michael Scott

Eastern Shore Undercover: SU's Scott Selected for AASCU 'Becoming a Provost' Academy

Dr. Michael Scott

Dr. Michael Scott, dean of Salisbury University's Richard A. Henson School of Science and Technology and interim dean of SU's College of Health and Human Services, joins more than 30 other higher education leaders from across the country as a member of the American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU) Becoming a Provost Academy (BAPA). The yearlong leadership development program, offered in partnership with the American Academic Leadership Institute, will take place from July 2024 to July 2025.

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BEACON students

WBOC: BEACON Conducting Salisbury Zoo Economic Impact Study

The Salisbury Zoo is encouraging visitors to take a quick online survey as part of an effort to analyze the Zoo’s economic impact on the community. The Zoo has partnered with Salisbury University’s Business Economic and Community Outreach Network (BEACON) to conduct the economic impact study using public feedback. An economic impact study hasn’t been conducted in 14 years. Zoo officials say the survey feedback will also be used to make improvements.

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BEACON students
Museum of Eastern Shore Culture

OC Today-Dispatch: SU's Museum of Eastern Shore Culture Receives $35,800 Maryland Heritage Areas Authority Grant

Museum of Eastern Shore Culture
Nearly $370,000 in Maryland Heritage Areas Authority grants, recently announced by Governor Wes Moore, will support several heritage non-profits on the Lower Eastern Shore, including Salisbury University's Museum of Eastern Shore Culture, which was awarded $35,800 for interpretation and accessibility. The museum was one of six recipients in the Beach to Bay Heritage Area. Read More
DelmarvaLife segment

WBOC: SU Offers a Variety of Post-Graduate Paths to Explore

Salisbury University offers a variety of post-graduate education options. Current SU graduate students and alumni discuss what drew them to SU and how they plan to use their degrees and experience to shape their futures. Read More
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USSSA Eastern Nationals Championship parade

Daily Times: SU Hosts USSSA Parade, Opening Ceremony

USSSA Eastern Nationals Championship parade
Salisbury University hosted the 2024 U,S. Specialty Sports Association (USSSA) fastpitch softball Eastern Nationals Championship parade and opening ceremonies Tuesday, July 16, 2024, at Sea Gull Stadium. The tournament, held in Wicomico County for more than a decade, attracts more than 350 teams to the Eastern Shore each year, with an estimated annual economic impact of some $16 million. Read More
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SBY Business Journal: Two From SU Earn Gilman International Scholarship Awards

As a child, SU junior Neila Henrice dreamed of becoming a heart surgeon and forming a non-profit to provide medical support in developing nations. She realized n that, to do that, she would need to develop an understanding of cultures beyond her native Haiti and the U.S. This summer, she took a step toward that goal, attending a study abroad program in Italy as a Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship recipient. Through the program, sophomore Daniel Lugasi also will spend the 2024-25 academic year studying at Aoyama Gakuin University in Japan. Read More
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Michelle Pryor

SBY Business Journal: SU's Pryor Named Among CFES '40 Under 40 in Philanthropy'

Michelle Pryor
In celebration of its 40th Anniversary, The Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore has announced its 40 Under 40 in Philanthropy awardees. These young leaders give of time, talent, or treasure to charitable causes while inspiring others to create a significant difference on the Lower Eastern Shore. Among the honorees are Michelle Pryor, Salisbury University director of annual giving, as well as several other SU alumni. Read More