May 17, 1991
The Salisbury State University American Marketing Association chapter won the prestigious second-tier "Chapter Excellence in Membership" award at the organization's International Collegiate Conference in New Orleans recently.One of the chapter's officers is Kim Crall of Pasadena. The chapter has 99 members and set a recruitment record foruniversities of Salisbury's size. The chapter also impressed judges with its diversity of members and overall ranking of 38th in total membership among 390 chapters nationwide.
June 19, 1991
Sally Cheung, 20, daughter of Hok Ming and Kok Ying Cheung of Glen Burnie, was recently appointed president of the Salisbury State University chapter of the International Association of Business Communicators.She is a 1988 graduate of Glen Burnie High School, where she ranked in the top 5 percent of her class. She is currently a senior majoring in communication arts.IABC is a professional organization for students of all majors interested in public relations and organizational communication.
October 6, 1991
Salisbury State University announces the following accomplishments of three county students:David Burke, son of Ken and Sherri Burke of Severn, was recently appointed director of public relations for the SSU chapter of the International Business Communicators. A 1987 graduate of Munich American High School in Germany, Burke is a senior majoring in communication arts and minoring in marketing.Blair Meade of Arnold was recently chosen as treasurer of the SSUstudent chapter of the Maryland Music Educators Association.
April 8, 2000
Following the path trod by Towson University two years ago, officials at Salisbury State University have started the process to change the school's name to Salisbury University. "I think it reflects the new level of maturity this institution has achieved as a mid-size comprehensive university," said Joel Jones, interim president of the school, which started as the State Normal School at Salisbury in 1925 and became Salisbury State College in 1963. Jones also noted that a new name will end complaints from students tired of "Salisbury steak" jokes.
July 3, 1995
Fort Smallwood school will sponsor "Handling Stress," a program for children entering third and fourth grades.The program will be held from 10:30 a.m. to noon July 11 at the school.Information: 222-6450 or 222-6465.10 from Pasadena get Salisbury State degreesTen Pasadena students recently graduated from Salisbury State University with bachelor's degrees:Anne Downey earned a bachelor's degreee in communication arts, Diana Hall in elementary education, Tracy Hemstetter in social work and Kingsley Hobson in art. Barbara King graduated cum laude with a bachelor's degree in physical education and Gordon Ward Jr. with a bachelor's in biology.
December 6, 1990
Colleen Loftus, 18, daughter of Edward and Charlotte Loftus of Severna Park, has received a four-year, renewable full-tuition scholarship from the Franklin P. Perdue School of Business at Salisbury State University.A 1990 graduate of Severna Park High School, where she ranked in the top 5 percent of her class, Loftus is a freshman majoring in accounting at SSU.Loftus received the county Merit Scholar Award for her superior academic performance in high school. She was a member of the executive and blood drive committees and was chairwoman of the Induction Committee for Severna Park High's National Honor Society.
July 14, 1992
A memorial service for Christina R. Baker, who was active in organizations in Baltimore, will be held at 2 p.m. today at St. David's Episcopal Church, 4700 Roland Ave.Mrs. Baker, who was 87, died May 7, 1991, at a nursing home in Athens, Texas.A former president of the Women's Eastern Shore Society, she was a member of the Stoney Run Garden Club, the Three Arts Club of Homeland and the Maryland Historical Society.The former Christina Ruark was a native of Westover and a graduate of what is now Salisbury State University.
October 14, 2001
Community college adds two new staff members Carroll Community College has welcomed two new members to its staff. Sally Long has joined the office of continuing education and training as the director of lifelong learning and community development. Her responsibilities will be to develop courses in the humanities and to foster partnerships with community organizations with an interest in the humanities. She also will direct two project developers whose areas encompass senior and youth courses and English as a second language instruction.
January 23, 2006
On January 21, 2006, ANITA ELIZABETH KAHMER BELL, 59, of Billings, MT, passed away at St. Vincent Healthcare, following a battle with cancer. Anita was born October 16, 1946, in Baltimore, MD, to Louis and Alma (Herda) Kahmer Jr. She attended schools in the Baltimore area, receiving a BS in Elementary Education at Salisbury State University. She finalized her education with a Masters Equivalent in Elementary Education, going on to teach in the Baltimore County area for 13 years. Anita was married to Fred S. Bell, III on June 25, 1967.
August 28, 1991
Age; residence: 37; SykesvilleSalary: $49,164Family: Husband, Bob, auto body repairman; daughters, Cassy, sophomore at Salisbury State University; Jessica, junior at Westminster High SchoolEducation: Bachelor's degree in physical education, Towson State University, 1976; master's in special education from Western Maryland College, 1986; pursuing a second master's degree in administration and supervision at WMCPrevious work experience: Physicaleducation teacher...