The Salem College Director of Athletics, Melissa Barrett, is pleased to announce that Dana Wall will become the third coach in the NCAA era of the Salem Volleyball Program. Wall will replace Amanda Ziemba, who resigned in May to spend more time with her family.
Winners in fiction, poetry and creative non-fiction recognized.
The class of 2012 and several retiring faculty members honored with end-of-year events.
Sara Otero will study in Tunisia with the Critical Language Scholarship Program.
A number of awards were given during the ceremony.
The Salem College Athletic Department celebrated the 2011-2012 athletic year last night in Bryant Hall. Director of Athletics, Melissa Barrett, presided over the festivities.
Jo Luck will deliver the address at commencement on May 19.
Dr. Richard Vinson has accepted the position of Associate Dean for Undergraduate Studies at Salem College.
Salem hosted the annual breast cancer awareness event.
Gwynne Stephens Taylor C'72 received the Order of the Long Leaf Pine, the Algernon Sidney Sullivan Award and the Distinguished Alumna Award.
Several students receive awards during the banquet, held during Salem's Celebration of Academic Excellence.
Salem will mark the historic occasion on April 27 with several events.
The gift from Robert E. Elberson is one of the largest in school history.
The acclaimed author of the Sookie Stackhouse series visits Salem on May 7.
The Salem College Director of Athletics, Melissa Barrett, has announced that Anita Howard will become the second basketball coach in the NCAA era of the Salem Basketball Program. Howard will replace Jim Jackson, who retired at the end of the 2011-2012 season.
Student Affairs staff members appointed to two of the organization's committees.
The Salem Model UN Club earned two awards at the event in New York City.
Former Enron VP, Sherron Watkins, will speak about ethics and leadership on April 12.
The School of Music Director was honored with a surprise reception.
Historic farm and antiques donated by Salem alumna to be sold.
Salem professor Krishauna Hines-Gaither and a group of students will participate in the event on March 27.
The service club's 240 Books for 240 Years project will benefit local schools.
Professor Amy Knox Brown won the 2012 Faculty Research Award.
The Salem College softball team went out to dinner with six physically and mentally challenged students this week during a dinner sponsored by the Special Olympics of Forsyth County.
The class will be held this summer through Salem's Historic Preservation Certificate program.