In an unprecedented and historic demonstration of solidarity, Salem College joined with five Winston-Salem-based colleges and universities on the Inmar stage in support of the entrepreneurial efforts

Salem College Alumna Ronda Zelezny-Green has been named a 2015 recipient of the Ten Outstanding Young Americans (TOYA) Award.

A gift of $1 million will name the biology and environmental studies wing in the new sciences/mathematics building in honor of esteemed college alumna and trustee Lucy Rose C'76.

In a letter to the Salem community, Dr. Sterritt announced a $1 million gift to name a wing of the new sciences and mathematics building.

Kelly Bouldin Darmofal C’00 has published Lost in My Mind: Recovering from Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) to generate awareness and understanding regarding TBI and to elevate the need for training specifically for TBI within the educational community. Her book was released at a special event, hosted by Salem College, on December 11, 2014.

Celia Weston, class of 1970, has been honored by Sonnet Repertory Theatre in New York City.

Margaret Sandresky, class of 1942, has been recognized by the Society for Music Theory.

Students and alumnae gathered together in mid-August for the annual Pat Rather Leadership Retreat at the Salem College Student Center.

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Susan Shore Schwartz, Julie Barton, and Adrienne Amos Livengood received Alumnae Awards during 2014 Reunion Weekend at Salem College.

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