Salisbury University’s 2015 “Pub” Night @ The Library
Salisbury University’s fourth annual Pub Night @ the Library celebrated faculty and staff research, publications, creative works, scholarly achievements and academic service. During the event in Blackwell Library, Dr. Diane Allen, provost and senior vice president of academic affairs, talked about the challenges of grant writing and thanked those who take the risk. “We have been very successful for a university our size in earning grant funding,” she said.
Dr. Deborah Mathews, chair of the Social Work Department, was spotlighted for securing over $1 million in external funding awards, joining some 16 other SU faculty and staff members at that platinum level. She has overseen federal Title IV-E grants for training students to enter the child welfare workforce, as well as state grants for the Behavioral Health Integration in Pediatric Primary Care (B-HIPP) program.
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