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.
The Salem Rotaract Club will help build a playground for special needs children.
The Salem College softball team began their NCAA era with an exciting come from behind victory against William Peace University in the second game of the double-header. Salem College President Susan Pauly started off the day by throwing out the first pitch to Amber Bass (Clinton, NC). After losing the first game 2-0 to the Pacers, Salem used a 12 run inning to erase a 12 run deficit on route to winning the second game 19-18. Salem's record currently stands at 1-1, and Peace holds a 3-3 record.
Science fair winners from elementary, middle, and high schools will bring their projects to Salem for the NC Region V competition.
Salem's newest NCAA sport will open its inaugural season on Feb. 18.
Five Salem College students competed in the North Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities (NCICU) inaugural Ethics Bowl.
"The Impact of Gender Quotas," co-edited by professor Jennifer M. Piscopo, was recently released.
Two students represented Salem in a forum on "Generation Z."
Salem partnered with UNC School of the Arts to sponsor the High School Organ Competition.
Barbara Lister-Sink named director of the Salem College School of Music.
The new Women in Nature program promotes wellness and a connection to the natural world.
Salem College president Dr. Susan Pauly, professor Sharee Fowler and SGA president Love' Lemon will speak at the annual Martin Luther King, Jr. prayer breakfast.
Salem's January Term allows students to expand their educational horizons.
Professor Dane Kuppinger joined filmmaker and photographer to discuss coal mining and mountaintop removal.
Dr. Susan E. Pauly joined Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton and other dignitaries for The Women in Public Service Project Colloquium.
Salem received a major gift to upgrade and buy new equipment for labs and classrooms.
Stephanie Hubbard (Sanford, NC) became the first student-athlete from Salem to ever receive All-South Region Honors for her play this season with the soccer team. She was selected to the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA) NCAA Division III South Atlantic Third-Team. The NSCAA South Atlantic Region stretches from New Jersey to Mississippi.
Salem College was chosen by the Hattie M. Strong Foundation to participate in the Strong Scholars Program.
The Salem College soccer team was awarded the 2011 Team Academic Award by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA). To receive this honor, a soccer team must have above a 3.0 cumulative grade point average for an entire school year (2010-2011).
Dance professor Heidi Echols named College Dance Educator of the Year.
Salem College’s interior design program received a major donation for a new program initiative.
Graduates of the nation's top liberal arts colleges, including Salem College, say they learned more in college than graduates of any other types of colleges.
The NCICU ICAN program awarded Salem with a $20,000 grant