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Gospel Choir Showcased on Fox 8
Salem College's Gospel Choir, which recently performed for the community, was showcased on Fox 8.
Jan Term Begins at Salem
Jan Term at Salem College officially began Sunday, January 3 as students either returned to campus or traveled to their locations for study abroad or internships. Salem was one of the first colleges in the area to have a Jan Term program that allowed students to earn credits for pursuing...
Cultural Events for Jan. 2010
The new year has begun for Salem College's cultural events offerings. Don't miss the opportunity to enjoy great music, film, art, drama and other arts events at Salem. Most of them are free to the public. For general information: Contact the Communications Public Relations Office at 336/917-5313 or email culturalevents@salem.edu....
Students' Efforts to Aid Haiti Recognized
The plea of Salem students to the campus to help them raise money for the country of Haiti, where a massive earthquake on Tuesday has caused widespread destruction, has received media attention. However, even as Salem students band together, several are waiting for word of their own relatives in Haiti....
Salem Receives Grant for College-Access Mentoring Program
Salem Leadership Connection will provide first-generation and low-income girls in the Triad, as well as girls from diverse types of backgrounds, with information that would compel them to consider attending college because the presenters would be young women close to them in age and from similar diverse backgrounds. Anthony Locklear,...
Free Program on Working in Not-for-Profits to be March 15
Salem Colleges Not-for-Profit Management program and HandsOn NWNC, the areas not-for-profit training organization and volunteer clearinghouse, are jointly sponsoring an information session on Monday, March 15. The session, to be held at noon in the Enrichment Center's Gateway Gallery, 1006 S. Marshall Street, will provide a free lunch to those...
Dean Appointed Delegate to Commission on Colleges
Ann McElaney-Johnson, dean of the college and vice president for academic and student affairs at Salem College, has been confirmed as a North Carolina delegate to the Board of Trustees for the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. The Commission on Colleges (COC) is the...
Salem Part of City's Black History Month PSA
Communication professor Dr. Kim Nguyen and students Tameicka Clear C'13 and Erin Hylton C'10, along with several other Winston-Salem citizens, recently appeared in a public service announcement for the City of Winston-Salem in celebration of Black History Month. To link to the video that celebrates diversity within our community using...
"Sister Maus" Praised in Wilmington Paper
Professor John Hutton's series of Sister Maus books was recently reviewed, and highly praised, by the Wilmington, NC Star-News. To read the article, please click here.
Read about Salem's Program to Help Aspiring College Students
A program recently begun by Salem College to help aspiring middle- and high-school students plan for college was profiled today in the Winston-Salem Journal. To read the article, please click here.
Salem Race for the Cure Team Registration Info
The annual Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure event will be held on the Salem Academy and College campus on May 1, 2010. The Salem College race team is officially set up online and accepting donations and/or team members. Salem alumnae are encouraged to join the Salem team by...
Coach Hollman to Play in Sr. World Team Tennis
Mariana Hollman, the women's tennis coach at Salem College, has been named to the Margaret Court Cup team that will play in the Senior World Team tennis championships March 29-April 3 in Mexico City. This is the ninth year that Hollman has been selected for the four-player team for either...
Basketball Player Rector Interviewed about Season
Salem's standout basketball player, Kelsey Rector, was interviewed by News 14 on the College's basketball season. To watch the interview, please click here.
Salem's Janele Marek Named to "Top 40 Under 40"
Salem College's Janele Marek was honored by the Triad Business Journal as a Top 40 Under 40 leader. Marek, an account director at The Woodbine Agency, is currently the assistant basketball, cross country, and outdoor track and field coach at Salem. To read the article, please click here. Pictured with...
Salem's Student Project Garners More Praise
Salem's student project on college preparedness has garnered more praise from the media. To read the article, please click here.
Eskew, Porter Receive Tenure and Promotion
Professors Nita Eskew and Traci Porter have received tenure and promotion to the rank of associate professor at Salem College, according to Ann McElaney-Johnson, dean of the college and vice president for academic and student affairs. Eskew, associate professor of chemistry and director of the Women in Science and Mathematics...
Hutton's Easter Maus Book Reviewed
Salem art professor John Hutton's latest installment in the Sister Maus books -- this one based on Easter -- was the subject of a review in the Winston-Salem Journal on March 28. To read the article, please click here. To order your own copy of the book, please email jane.carmichael@salem.edu.
Salem Announces New Programs for Fall 2010
Updated 5/24/10: Four new majors, two new minors, two new certificate program and two new licensure programs will be part of the educational curriculum at Salem College beginning in the fall of 2010. Majors Womens Studies will be an interdisciplinary program focusing on the role of gender in the development...
Roy Davis Jr. Receives Salem's Sullivan Award
Roy Davis Jr. of Concord, NC received the Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award from Salem Academy and College during a ceremony held on Founders Day, April 24, 2010. The Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award was established as a permanent reminder of the noblest of human qualities as expressed and followed in the...
Hendricks C'00 Receives Young Alumna Award
Ginger Hendricks of Winston-Salem is the winner of the 2010 Young Alumna Award, awarded to her during the annual Reunion Weekend celebration at Salem College, held April 24-26. Hendricks, a member of the Class of 2000, grew up in Asheboro, NC, and graduated with a major in communications and a...