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.
Eye on Annapolis: MHEC Announces Nurse Support Program II Funding for SU
The Maryland Higher Education Commission (MHEC) has announced $170,000 in awards for 34 full-time nursing faculty at 15 higher education institutions in Maryland, including Salisbury University, to promote best practices in nursing education. Faculty earning the Academic Nurse Educator Certification Award through MHEC's Nurse Support Program II receive $5,000 to complete requirements to maintain their Certified Nurse Educator credtentials.
SBY Business Journal: Four from SU Named Maryland Public Service Scholars
Four SU students will spend their summers interning with state and non-profit agencies as Maryland Public Service Scholars. They include Ashlynn Burrows (Chesapeake Conservancy), Cherry Masarat and Anna Miller (Maryland Department of Transportation), and Lian Peach (Office of Lt. Governor Aruna Miller). The initiative provides paid fellowships and internships for students attending Maryland colleges and universities while allowing them to gain experience and exposure.
SBY Business Journal: SU’s Spicer among recipients of inaugural University System of Maryland Board of Regents Student Excellence Scholarships
The University System of Maryland (USM) recently awarded SU junior Megan Spicer with one of 12 inaugural Board of Regents Student Excellence Scholarships. Spicer, a chemistry major, of Hampstead, MD, was recognized in the “Leadership and Advocacy” category for her dedication to the SU campus community and representation of her peers through roles with student organizations.
Daily Times: SU Men's Lacrosse Team Wins 13th NCAA Division III National Championship
A 13th Division III Men's Lacrosse National Championship is on its way back to Salisbury University, as the Sea Gulls men's lacrosse team (22-1) defeated a previously undefeated Tufts University (22-1) by 17-2 to win the Division III men's lacrosse national championship. This was a battle between the two top DIII Lacrosse teams in the U.S.
Delmarva Public Media: SU Environmental Studies Students Produce Wicomico River Documentary
Eleven senior environmental studies students at Salisbury University recently collaborated with Delmarva Public Media to produce an hour-long audio documentary, The Wicomico River: The Soul of Salisbury. Students from Dr. Michael Lewis’ senior seminar told the story of the river, its impacts on Salisbury and the surrounding area, and how it fits into the local ecosystem. They took on all roles for the project, including reporting, interviewing, editing and storytelling.
CBS News: SU's Weber Discusses Bank Responsiblity Following Fraud Incident
After small business owner Deborah Moss lost her life's savings to bank fraud, her bank claimed no responsibility. Dr. David Weber, Salisbury University clinical assistant professor of acounting, discussed why he believes the bank should bear responsibility for the loss, and steps it could take to prevent similar theft in the future.
University System of Maryland: SU Alumnus-Owned and Ratcliffe Shore Hatchery-Funded Business Earns USM Momentum Fund Support
SIMPLi Group, Inc., a Baltimore-based regenerative organic food company, recently closed a Simple Agreement for Future Equity funding round to support its rapid growth and national expansion. The University System of Maryland Momentum Fund participated in the financing and follow-up funding from the Abell Foundation. Co-owned by Salisbury University alumnus Matthew Cohen, the business earned startup funding in 2020 from SU's Ratcliffe Foundation Shore Hatchery program.
Star Democrat: 77-Year-Old SU Student Earns Degree after 57 Years
It’s never too late to achieve your dreams. Bill Gibbons is living proof of that. Gibbons, of Mardela Springs, is a member of Salisbury University’s graduating Class of 2023. It’s been a long time coming; he first started undergraduate courses 57 years ago, while serving in the U.S. Air Force in Japan.
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