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564 /Independent agencies

HISTORY DEPT.
G. Ray Thompson, Ph.D.,
Chairperson. . . (410) 543-6245

LIBERAL STUDIES DEPT.
James C. Lackie, Ph.D., Chairperson
............
(410) 543-6330

MODERN LANGUAGES &
PHILOSOPHY DEPT.
Arlene F. White, Ph.D., Chairperson
............
(410) 543-6253

MUSIC DEPT.
Richard L. Johnson, Ph.D.,
Chairperson. . . (410) 543-6385

POLITICAL SCIENCE &
SOCIOLOGY DEPT.
Michael O'Loughlin, Ph.D.,
Chairperson... (410) 543-6388

PSYCHOLOGY DEPT.
George I. Whitehead, Ph.D.,
Chairperson. . . (410) 543-6370

RICHARD A. HENSON SCHOOL OF
SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
Phillip D. Creighton, Ph.D., Dean
................
(410) 543-6425

BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES DEPT.
Thomas W. Jones, Ph.D.,
Chairperson. . . (410) 543-6390

CHEMISTRY DEPT.
Frederick A. Kundell, Ph.D.,
Chairperson. . . (410) 543-6479

GEOGRAPHY & REGIONAL
PLANNING DEPT.
Calvin R. Thomas, Ph.D.,
Chairperson. . . (410) 543-6459

HEALTH SCIENCES DEPT.
Johanna W. Laird, Chairperson
............
(410) 543-6364

MATH & COMPUTER SCIENCE
DEPT.
Robert M. Tardiff, Ph.D.,
Chairperson. . . (410) 543-6475

NURSING DEPT.
Karen K. Badros, Ed.D.,
Chairperson. . . (410) 543-6402

GRADUATE NURSING PROGRAM
Barbara A. Kellam, Ph.D.,
Chairperson. . . (410) 543-6405

PHYSICS DEPT.
C. Richard McKenzie, Ph.D.,
Chairperson. . . (410) 543-6486

FRANKLIN P. PERDUE SCHOOL OF
BUSINESS
Richard F. Bebee, Ph.D., Dean
................
(410) 543-6316

ACCOUNTING & LEGAL STUDIES
DEPT.
Robert F. Dombrowski, Ph.D.,
Chairperson. . . (410) 543-5554

MANAGEMENT & MARKETING
DEPT.
Wayne H. Decker, Ph.D.,
Chairperson. . . (410) 548-5390

INFORMATION & DECISION
SCIENCE DEPT.
H. V. Ramakrishna, Ph.D., Acting
Chairperson. . .
(410) 548-6507

Maryland Manual 1994-1995

ECONOMICS & FINANCE DEPT.
David N. Laband, Ph.D.,
Chairperson . . . (410) 543-6320

BUSINESS & GRADUATE
PROGRAMS
Pamela L. Alreck, Ph.D., Director
............
(410) 548-5398

SCHOOL OF EDUCATION &
PROFESSIONAL STUDIES
Doran E. Christensen, Ph.D., Dean
................
(410) 543-6335

EDUCATION DEPT.
Geraldine N. Rossi, Ed.D.,
Chairperson . . . (410) 543-6281

LEISURE STUDIES DEPT.
Grady Armstrong, Ph.D.,
Chairperson . . . (410) 543-6354

MILITARY SCIENCE DEPT.
Major Roland Finger, Chairperson
............
(410) 543-6295

PHYSICAL EDUCATION DEPT.
A. Dean Burroughs, Acting
Chairperson . . .
(410) 543-6340

SOCIAL WORK DEPT.
Marvin G. Tossey, Ph.D.,
Chairperson . . . (410) 543-6305

ADMINISTRATION
Joseph K. Gilbert, Vice-President
of Administration .......
(410) 543-6012

STUDENT AFFAIRS
Carol Williamson, Ph.D., Dean
of Students ........
(410) 543-6080

BUSINESS & FINANCE
Richard A. Pusey. ..... (410) 543-6050

ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES
Richard N. Yobst. ..... (410) 543-6219

Origins of Salisbury State University began in
1922, when the General Assembly established a
commission to determine a location on the Eastern
Shore for a two-year teachers' college. A site was
selected and the institution opened as the State
Normal School at Salisbury in September 1925.
The School was renamed as the State Teachers
College at Salisbury in 1935, and as Salisbury State
College in 1963. The College became Salisbury
State University in 1988 (Chapter 366, Acts of
1988). That same year, the University became part
of the University of Maryland System (Chapter
246, Acts of 1988).
Nationally accredited, Salisbury State Univer-
sity is a four-year liberal arts university. It offers 36
undergraduate and graduate degree programs to
over 5,900 students. University courses include
four-year undergraduate programs in liberal arts
and sciences; and in the professional fields of busi-
ness administration, education, medical technology,
nursing, respiratory therapy, and social work. In
addition, the University's graduate division offers
master's degree programs in business administra-
tion, education, English, history, nursing, and psy-
chology.

 



 
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