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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.

          Rep. John Lewis at SU

          Daily Times: PACE Co-Founders Recall Rep. John Lewis' SU Visit

          Rep. John Lewis at SU
          Holloway Hall on Salisbury University’s campus has seen award winning theater productions, memorable musical concerts and edifying public lectures. But the most memorable event for Institute for Public Affairs and Civic Engagement (PACE) founding directors Harry Basehart and Francis Kane was the electrifying talk in a packed auditorium given by the Honorable John Lewis on a night in March 2004. They discuss the legacy of the late legislator and civil rights leader in a touching op-ed. Read More
          Rep. Andy Harris

          SBY Business Journal: Rep. Andy Harris Announces Opioid Family Support Grant for SU

          Rep. Andy Harris recently announced the award of a $459,967 federal grant to Salisbury University from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' Health Resources and Services Administration. Funding comes from the Opioid-Impacted Family Support Program, which aims to increase the number of peer support specialists and other behavioral health-related paraprofessionals who provide services to children whose parents are impacted by opioid use disorders. Read More
          Rep. Andy Harris
          Jalesa Hull

          SBY Business Journal: Hull Named SU Student Disability Specialist

          Jalesa Hull
          Salisbury University has named Jalesa Hull as its new student accessibility specialist in the Disability Resource Center. A former employee of the center, Hull returned to SU after serving as the intake coordinator at Wraparound Maryland, Inc., an organization providing care coordination and mental health case management services for children and families on the Eastern Shore. Read More
          Melanie Pursel

          Ocean City Today: SU Students Create COVID-19 Tourism Survey for Worcester County

          A survey conducted by Worcester County tourism and the Small Businesses Development Center at Salisbury University is discovering what visitors prefer while traveling to Worcester County and Ocean City during the covid-19 pandemic. Melanie Pursel, director of Worcester County Tourism oversaw a group of five SU students creating the survey. Read More
          Melanie Pursel
          Dr. Jeffrey Willey

          Daily Times: SU's Willey Discusses Importance of Face Masks in Slowing the Spread of COVID-19, Even on Vacation

          Dr. Jeffrey Willey
          Throughout July, at least 15 restaurants in Ocean City, MD, closed either because of COVID-19 infections or out of concern for the pandemic. Dr. Jeffrey Willey, Salisbury University associate professor of nursing, encouraged visitors to the tourist destination to be careful and take precautions such as wearing face masks even while on vacation. Read More
          SU President Charles Wight

          City Biz List: SU President Wight Speaks in SVN Miller Commercial Virtual Forum Series

          Salisbury University President Charles Wight recently joined other area leaders as a speaker in the SVN Miller Commercial virtual forum series "Switching Gears," providing information on the Salisbury-Wicomico County area to SVN's clients and members of the local community. Read More
          SU President Charles Wight
          Richard A. Henson Medical Simulation Center

          Baltimore Sun: SU's Henson Medical Simulation Center Combines Health Care with Technology

          Richard A. Henson Medical Simulation Center
          A group of nursing and respiratory therapy students at Salisbury University has been asked to manage an incredibly difficult situation. A 42-year-old man is in need of critical care. Figuring out what to do, who will do it, and how to do it quickly and efficiently are the first challenges. Everyone springs into action. In tandem, the group has gained a new perspective on what it feels like to save the day, and a life, too. This is precisely why the Richard A. Henson Medical Simulation Center was built at SU. Read More
          Nabb Center digitization

          Baltimore Sun: SU's Nabb Research Center Blends Digitization with Primary Source Research

          Today, many choose Google and other search engines online for research. As a result, even the perusal of historical details and artifacts has gone digital, but still there remains an emphasis on authentic research for students. Salisbury University’s Edward H. Nabb Research Center for Delmarva History and Culture exemplifies a marriage of both. Read More
          Nabb Center digitization

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