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The Arts & Culture

We provide a curriculum that embraces all of the human experience across cultures and time, and our students take full advantage of the rich learning opportunities we offer.
Dr. Maarten Pereboom Dean, Fulton School of Liberal Arts mlpereboom@salisbury.edu | 410-543-6454

Fulton School of Liberal Arts

The diverse and varied Charles R. and Martha N. Fulton School of Liberal Arts plays a vital role in the academic experience of nearly every Salisbury University student. Our vibrant educational community offers programs based in the visual and performing arts, the humanities, and the social sciences.

A liberal arts education teaches students to be independent, rational and a creative thinkers. It truly reflects the world at large, enabling them to bring a unique approach to analytical situations. It educates the whole person and provides an understanding of the relationships between various topics, professions and cultures. A rich and diverse liberal arts environment also is essential to the University’s mission to “empower students with the knowledge, skills and core values that contribute to active citizenship, gainful employment and life-long learning in a democratic society and interdependent world.”

Campaign Priorities & Initiatives

Through the Campaign for Salisbury University, the Fulton School of Liberal Arts seeks to:

  • Innovatively expand transformative experiential learning opportunities, such internships, study abroad and undergraduate research.  
  • Innovatively expand satellite programs and “meta-minors” that embrace major issues or student professional interests (i.e. Cognitive Science; Law, Justice and Advocacy; Health Care Humanities; User Experience; and Arts Entrepreneurship).
  • Create a Performing Arts Center, which will be a multi-venue community asset, and continue other facilities enhancements, such as the new 3-D Arts Center for sculpture, ceramics and hot glass.
  • Expand and promote the important work of the Institute for Public Affairs and Civic Engagement (PACE).
  • Secure endowments for academic programs, as well as such entities as the Dance Company, music ensembles, PACE and University Galleries.
  • Secure resources and endowment support for scholarships to enhance student access, for promoting the liberal arts, for faculty development and for public programming.
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An initiative of the National Security Education Program, Boren scholarships provide funding for U.S. undergraduates to study less commonly taught languages in world regions critical to national interests. Selected were: Abiodun Adeoye to study Swahili in Tanzania, Chase Alexander to study Arabic in Morocco, Nate Sansom to study Polish in Poland and Hira Shahbaz to study Urdu in India.READ MORE