Susan Wornick, David Ferriero, and Maura Healey selected in 2015
Learn about Salem State's 50+ master's programs on March 28
The Salem Award for Human Rights and Social Justice is given each year to keep alive the lessons of the Salem Witch Trials of 1692 and to highlight the challenges in our present day society.
Looking from a specific location for an extended period of time reflects the changing light of time passing on what one sees (or thinks they see). Professor Mark Malloy explores this subject in his solo exhibition. Opening reception on February 25 at 2 pm.
Undergraduate student Kelsey Davison was recognized for her fall 2014 research in Cambodia on fisheries and communities.
Opportunity “would enhance opportunities for collaboration and expand access to a broader array of artistic and student centered facilities on both Salem and Beverly campuses,” according to President Meservey.