The Salem Model UN Delegation received a Distinguished Delegation award.
A grant from the Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust will fund a new Teachers as Practitioners Benevolence Fund.
Thirteen Salem students received Golden LEAF Foundation scholarships from the NCICU.
Anderson will appear on April 4 as part of the June Porter Johnson Series for the Visual and Performing Arts.
Dr. Tekla Ali Johnson honored for her recent book, "Free Radical."
Barbara Lister-Sink will lead a piano pedagogy workshop at Cal State Fullerton.
Dr. Susan Pauly will receive the Women of Achievement Award from The General Federation of Women’s Clubs of North Carolina.
The donation will endow a travel assistance fund for Salem students.
Assistant Professor of Political Science Dr. David Foley was recently selected to attend the Philip Merrill Center for Strategic Studies teachers’ workshop
Pieces by several faculty members will be featured at the Milton Rhodes Center for the Arts.
A group of Salem dance students and faculty will attend The American College Dance Festival.
Salem College choral students among few selected to perform at ACDA Conference in Dallas.
Former trustee and benefactor Robert E. Elberson recently passed in Charlotte.
Winston-Salem, NC-Salem College will be hosting the 2013 Great South Athletic Conference Championships for softball and tennis the weekend of April 26th. This will be the 1st time the department has hosted a Great South Championship in any sport
The Great South Athletic Conference announced their women’s basketball postseason award winners on Thursday morning and junior guard Satavia Taylor of Salem College claimed conference Player of the Year honors to highlight the list of recipients. Taylor, a do-it-all playmaker with an array of skills, edged out Agnes Scott’s Genefine Sapateh for the league’s top prize. Alexis Lee of Pine Manor College claimed the prestigious Freshman of the Year distinction while Salem College head coach, Anita Howard, earned the Coach of the Year nod after guiding the Spirits through an outstanding season.
Dr. Eileen Wilson-Oyelaran will lead the National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities.
The two will present at the Lilly Conference on College and University Teaching.
A team from Salem competes in the NCICU State Ethics Bowl in Raleigh.
Alumna Emilia Fuentes Grant wins a regional Emmy for her video short.
Senior Qiana Johnson among five finalists in a national video competition celebrating author Thornton Wilder.
Brooke Barber and Esther Gonzalez-Freeman nominated for the ACPA Freshmaker award.
Students, faculty, staff and friends of Salem will honor the work of Dr. Maya Angelou and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
Dr. Daniel Prosterman's "Defining Democracy: Electoral Reform and the Struggle for Power in New York City" is now available.
The Martha H. Fleer Center for Adult Education will host information sessions on March 14 and 16.
The Salem College soccer team was one of only 88 teams in both men's and women's soccer for all NCAA divisions to earn the Team Ethics Award presented by the National Soccer Coaches Association of America. Salem earned the silver level medal for only accumulating 3 yellow cards and 0 red cards during the 2012 season, which they finished 16-3-1.