Judith S. White, President and Executive Director of HERS: Higher Education Resource Services, gave the 2014 Commencement address for Salem College.
The new Student Center was dedicated and opened on May 13, 2014, after an eighteen month build.
Salem College delegates received the Distinguished Delegation award at the National Model United Nations Conference in New York City.
Salem College has become the first school in North Carolina to affirm the Charter for Compassion.
Dr. Lorraine Sterritt will serve as the 20th president of Salem Academy and College, beginning July 1, 2014.
Elizabeth Denton Baird, Salem College class of 1983, was the 2014 Founders Day Convocation speaker.
Dana Lu Bryson, class of 1994, was an honoree at the Triad Business Journal's 2014 Women in Business Awards.
Students from Salem's Rotaract Club traveled to Dominican Republic for a spring break service trip.
Elis Herman is the 2014 Salem College Elisabeth Oesterlein Award Winner.
Susan Shore Schwartz, Julie Barton, and Adrienne Amos Livengood received Alumnae Awards during 2014 Reunion Weekend at Salem College.
Salem College's annual Celebration of Academic Excellence has been named for President Susan E. Pauly.
Salem College will be offering courses for the community during the summer months.
Native American artist will explore the convergence of public art and social practice.
The Salem College Dance Company attended the 2014 ACDFA Mid-Atlantic Conference where they performed and networked with dance pupils and professionals.
Large-scale portraits by Ben Perini are on display in the Elberson Fine Arts Center through March 21.
Two Salem College students attended the Interfaith Leadership Institute in Atlanta, Georgia, hosted by the Interfaith Youth Core.
Salem students enrolled in specialized courses, completed internships and independent studies, and studied abroad during Jan Term 2014.
A collection of music recordings and equipment was recently donated to Salem College by the late Dr. John Hammack's family. This gift quadruples the current number of recordings available in Salem's music library.
Salem College students compete in the 2014 NCICU Ethics Bowl in Raleigh, NC.
The Salem Spirits basketball team finishes a record season 19-4 and will play in the Great South Tournament as the number one seed.
Miracle Thomas has been selected to perform at a master class for the North Carolina National Association of Teachers of Singing competitions.
Dr. John Hutton, associate professor of Art has been invited to attend a seminar with the Council of Independent Colleges in Chicago later this year.
The Salem College Spirits basketball team is on a 16 game winning streak as they approach the end of the season.
Members and friends of the Salem community commemorated Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday by participating in a symbolic march through downtown Winston-Salem on Monday, January 20.
The Salem College soccer team will travel to Costa Rica from January 11-19, 2014 to play in four soccer matches and learn about local architecture.