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    • A Joint Recital by Miranda Wood and Thomas Snyder, 2020 

      Music Department (2020-11-13)
      Program for A Joint Recital Given by Miranda Wood, soprano, and Thomas Snyder, bass-baritone, on November 13, 2020.
    • Salisbury Pops Program, 2020 

      Music Department (2020-11-17)
      Program for Salisbury Pops Concert on November 17, 2020.
    • Scenes from Die Fledermaus Program, 2020 

      Music Department (2020-12-04)
      Program for Scenes from Die Fledermaus: Hansel and Gretal, Lakme, The Marriage of Figaro and Pagliacci, on December 4-6, 2020.
    • A Joint Recital by Jessica Johnson and Katherine Schell, 2020 

      Music Department (2020-11-14)
      Program for A Joint Recital given by Jessica Johnson, soprano, and Katherine Schell, soprano, on November 14, 2020.
    • Fall Convocation, Salisbury University, 2018 

      Unknown author (2018-08-24)
      Fall Convocation marks the beginning of each academic year. Music, the procession of the faculty in academic regalia and a special address by a faculty member mark this traditional ceremony designed to encourage new ...
    • Fall Convocation, Salisbury University, 2019 

      Unknown author (2019-08-23)
      Fall Convocation marks the beginning of each academic year. Music, the procession of the faculty in academic regalia and a special address by a faculty member mark this traditional ceremony designed to encourage new ...
    • An Ongoing Battle: Emily Dickinson and Adaptation 

      Murray, Siobhan (2020-12-16)
      In A Quiet Passion, Terrence Davies grapples with Emily Dickinson’s poetry and offers an explanation for her life of isolation. Through the themes in Dickinson’s poetry and her obsession with “the looming man”, the author ...
    • Records, Responsibility, and Power: An Overview of Cataloging Ethics 

      Martin, Jennifer M. (Cataloging & Classification Quarterly, 2021-01-19)
      Ethics are principles which provide a framework for making decisions that best reflect a set of values. Cataloging carries power, so ethical decision-making is crucial. Because cataloging requires decision-making in areas ...
    • Diversity and Inclusion Planning: Fostering Culture and Community in Academic Libraries 

      Hardy, Beatriz; Bushong, Sara; Creed-Dikeogu, Gloria; Mitchell, Phylissa (2019-04-12)
      This presentation featured librarians from a range of institutions—an R1, an R2, a master’s university and a liberal arts college—who discussed the challenges, pitfalls, and successes of their diversity and inclusion ...
    • Planning for Diversity and Inclusion 

      Hardy, Beatriz; Jones, Amy; Prichard, Angeline (2017-07-25)
      This presentation is a guide to planning for diversity and inclusion in academic libraries. Topics covered include why create a plan, forming a planning committee or task force, defining diversity, developing ideas for ...
    • Laridae, Volume 2, Fall 2020 

      Multiple (Salisbury University, 2020)
      Laridae features outstanding works from undergraduate students from across SU's programs and disciplines.
    • Early Literacy Development: A First Grade Teacher's and Families' Experiences 

      Jack, Carlotta Gray Robinson (2018-05-17)
      Emergent literacy values early literacy development through social interaction and experience from birth until a child reaches the developmental level at which time they are reading (Teale, 1986; Tracey & Morrow, 2012). ...
    • Biology Newsletter, October 2020 

      Biological Sciences (2020-10)
      Created in October 2020, the Henson School of Science and Technology's Department of Biological Sciences' newsletter provides readers with announcements, events, alumni updates, undergraduate publications, and other news ...
    • Biology Newsletter, June 2020 

      Biological Sciences (2020-06)
      Created in June 2020, the Henson School of Science and Technology's Department of Biological Sciences' newsletter provides readers with announcements, events, alumni updates, undergraduate publications, and other news ...
    • Biology Newsletter, January 2020 

      Biological Sciences (2020-01)
      Created in January 2020, the Henson School of Science and Technology's Department of Biological Sciences' newsletter provides readers with announcements, events, alumni updates, undergraduate publications, and other news ...
    • Piano and Strings Recital Program, 2020 

      Music Department (2020-11-05)
      Program for Piano and Strings Recital from the studios of Dr. Linda Cockey, Dr. Sachiho Murasugi, and Dr. Jeffrey Schoyen, on November 5, 2020.
    • Allegheny Trio Program, 2020 

      Music, Music Department (2020-10-21)
      Program for Allegheny Trio's Beethoven's 250th Anniversary Concert, on October 21, 2020.
    • "A Joint Recital given by Emely Martin and Olivia Davidson," Program, 2020 

      Music Department (2020-10-03)
      Program for A Joint Recital given by Emely Martin, Soprano, and Olivia Davidson, Soprano, on October 3, 2020.
    • The role of hunting on Sapajus xanthosternos’ landscape of fear in the Atlantic Forest, Brazil 

      Suscke, Priscila; Presotto, Andrea; Izar, Patricia
      Habitats with spatial variation in food availability, predation risk, and hunting pressure allow us to study how animals resolve the trade-off between food searching and predator avoidance. We investigated the influence ...
    • Rare nonhuman primate tool-use culture is threatened by land use changes in northeastern Brazil 

      Presotto, Andrea; Remillard, Caren; Spagnoletti, Noemi; Salmi, Roberta; Verderane, Michele; Stafford, Kathleen; Santos, Ricardo Rodrigues dos; Madden, Marguerite; Fragaszy, Dorothy; Visalberghi, Elisabetta; Izar, Patricia (Springer Nature, 2020-07-02)
      Animal traditions are increasingly threatened by human impact on natural habitats, posing a challenge to conservation policies. In northeastern Brazil, bearded capuchins (Sapajus libidinosus) inhabiting the Cerrado–Caatinga ...