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Salisbury University
Salisbury University
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  • SU has received a five-year, $2.1 million College Assistance Migrant Program grant from the U.S. Department of Education to enhance educational opportunities for students who aspire to be educators and who are engaged (or whose parents are engaged) in migrant and other seasonal farm work.

    “With shortage[s] of teachers, particularly those who are culturally and linguistically diverse, this grant will provide communities with highly qualified teachers who can impact all children in meaningful ways,” said Dr. Amber Meyer of SU's Seidel School of Education. http://bit.ly/2HakWkf

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  • Money magazine again has named SU among “The Best Colleges for Your Money.” Its rankings examine educational quality, affordability and alumni success.

    “Our rising position on this list is a testament to the quality of education and experiences Salisbury provides its students,” said SU Provost Karen Olmstead. http://bit.ly/2Z7KTXZ

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  • ICYMI: This month’s Metropolitan Magazine features a story on how “Success Means Learning Beyond the Classroom” at SU. Look for President Wight, Sammy the Sea Gull and SU students on the cover! Out on regional newsstands and online: http://bit.ly/31I51lf

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  • Beachgoers face more dangerous waves than in the past as beach replenishment seems to have created a phenomena known as “shorebreak” where waves break directly on the beach instead of out in the water. Through his sponsored research project, SU student Bradley Cullen, with the mentorship of Dr. Mark Muller (Physics), is building a wave tank to study the conditions under which this happens and develop a scientific definition. #SUsummerresearch http://bit.ly/2YiP33G

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  • This summer, the SU Center for Extended and Lifelong Learning launched its first Boys Innovation Academy to connect middle school-age boys with opportunities to learn about leadership, innovation, education and careers. http://bit.ly/2H8J078

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  • The Princeton Review again has named SU among its Best 385 Colleges. Some student comments included: SU has a “stellar reputation … [of] challenging courses” and provides “everything a student needs to succeed.”

    SU is among the nation’s top 15 percent of four-year colleges, according to the flagship guide. http://bit.ly/2yZ9uU3

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  • The term racial profiling is used often in relation to interactions with law enforcement. But what makes someone think racial profiling is occurring? What might influence that decision? In her sponsored research project, SU junior Chloe Birch, with the mentorship of Dr. EJ Han (Communication), hopes to get some insight into those questions. #SUsummerresearch http://bit.ly/2YiP33G

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  • SU's fall edition of Panorama has arrived! This calendar guide makes it easy to know what cultural and educational events are happening on campus. http://bit.ly/PanoramaFa19

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  • Using mathematics and statistics, SU senior Nicholas Orsini is working with Dr. Jiacheng Cai (Henson School) to construct a model for land values in Wicomico County. The sponsored research project seeks to better understand the impacts of various factors in the area. #SUsummerresearch http://bit.ly/2YiP33G

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  • One lucky SU student could win a $7,500 scholarship by entering the Comptroller of Maryland's #ShopMDTaxFree social media contest! #GoGulls

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  • What are the effects of e-cigarettes on the developing adolescent brain and body? SU student Casey Parisi is studying this through sponsored research with her mentor, Dr. Mark Walter (Psychology). She also is examining the similarities in marketing for combustible cigarettes in the 1950s-60s and e-cigarettes today. #SUsummerresearch http://bit.ly/2YiP33G

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  • Attention Sea Gulls: Shop during Maryland Tax-Free Week, August 11-17, and you could win a $2,500 scholarship from the Maryland Retailers Association with an additional $2,500 match from the University System of Maryland Foundation!

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  • 'Kiplinger’s Personal Finance' again has named Salisbury University one of its “Best Public College Values.”
    https://bit.ly/2KBhO1U

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  • In an effort to find more “green” energy sources, solar power has been key, but current technology can only harness a third of the sun's energy. In a sponsored research project, SU junior Brandon Chang, with help from Dr. Lena Woodis (Chemistry), is creating quantum dots – tiny semiconductor particles – to test their efficiency in solar cell applications. http://bit.ly/2YiP33G #SUsummerresearch

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  • Ducks are known for their sensitive beaks, good sense of smell, but vision that is less than average – traits that are represented in their brain. SU senior Katlynne Tatterson, with guidance from Dr. Jeremy Corfield (Biology), is exploring how differences in brain anatomy arise during development. She is examining duck embryos to determine when and how ducks develop larger smell and beak brain centers and smaller visual ones. http://bit.ly/2YiP33G #SUsummerresearch

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  • Eight SU undergraduate students, mentored by Dr. Randall Groth, are developing their skills as mathematics teachers and mathematics education researchers as part of the NSF-funded PATHWAYS project. Working in pairs, they are teaching tasks to groups of elementary and middle school children. The lessons will be video recorded and studied along with plans for effectiveness. http://bit.ly/2YiP33G #SUsummerresearch

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  • How do low doses of arsenic impact the immune system? As part of summer sponsored research, SU student Jeremie Barbosa is exploring that question with guidance from her faculty mentor, Dr. Jennifer Nyland (Chemistry). Her research could help make the public aware of how low levels of arsenic could affect them. http://bit.ly/2YiP33G #SUsummerresearch

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  • Have you seen the artwork for SU's 2019 Sea Gull Century created by Eastern Shore artist Kevin Snelling? Register Now! http://bit.ly/2WvSV04

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  • Visual impairment is one of the most common complications associated with uncontrolled diabetes. This summer through her sponsored research, SU sophomore Jessica Pierce, with the guidance of Dr. Jessica Clark (Biological Sciences), will be studying how hyperglycemia affects the central nervous system in adult zebrafish. She will focus on the optic nerve which normally communicates visual information to higher brain centers. #SUsummerresearch

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  • SU senior Margaret Kinsella, with the mentorship of Dr. Christina Bradley (Biological Sciences), is collecting and analyzing feathers and pellets from the burrowing owls at the Salisbury Zoo this summer as part of a sponsored research project to study their dietary habits in comparison to similar birds in the wild. #SUsummerresearch

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  • The gaming world offers users the chance to be anything or anyone they want. SU senior Jessica Harbaugh, with the guidance of Dr. Lance Garmon (Psychology), is basing her sponsored research project this summer on the psychology of why gamers choose to customize certain characteristics in their avatars, including using an avatar with a gender which differs from their own. #SUsummerresearch

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  • This summer, SU junior Ines Tchienga is working alongside Dr. Echo Leaver (Psychology) to make your future visits to the dentist a little more pleasant. Tchienga is continuing a sponsored research project on dental anxiety, studying the physical reactions when music and movies are introduced to lessen the anxiety. #SUsummerresearch

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  • The National Weather Service (NWS) has issued a Hazardous Weather Outlook for extreme heat until Tuesday, July 23, with heat indices up to 112 degrees between 10 a.m. and 8 p.m. each day. https://bit.ly/30yNR8U

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