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Dr. Janet Dudley-Eshbach President of Salisbury University In office June 15, 2000 – Present Vice President Dr. Tom Jones Dr. Ellen Neufeldt Mr. Greig Mitchell Dr. Rosemary Thomas Janet Dudley-Eshbach, Ph.D. became president of Salisbury University in Salisbury, Maryland in June 2000. She is the eighth president and the first woman to hold that office in the seventy-five year history of the university. In 2005, she was named one of Maryland's Top 100 Women in 2005 by the Maryland Daily Record. [1] Contents 1 Education 2 Professional career 2.1 Honors & Awards 2.2 Professional Memberships 3 Personal life 3.1 Scandal 4 References // Education Dudley-Eshbach has an undergraduate degree in Spanish and Latin American studies from Indiana University, where she was a Phi Beta Kappa scholar, and holds a doctorate in Hispanic literature from El Colegio de México. Professional career Before joining Salisbury, Dudley-Eshbach served three years as President of Fairmont State College in West Virginia, where she was also the first woman to hold the office of President at any public four-year college in the state's history. She spent eight years at the State University of New York at Potsdam, serving the roles of Professor of Spanish and Latin American studies, Chair of the Department of Modern Languages, Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs, and Dean of the School of Liberal Arts, before being appointed Provost in 1993. She also spent time at Goucher College and Allegheny College in various roles. [1] Honors & Awards Outstanding Women in History Award, Office of Multicultural Affairs, Fairmont State College, 1997 Women of Distinction Award, Soroptimist International of the Americas, 1997 [2] "Young Leader of the Academy" (Fairmont State College), Change magazine, 1998 Elizabeth Dole Shattered Glass Award, American Red Cross, 1999 Recognition Award, Wicomico County Commission for Women, 2002 Maryland's Top 100 Women, the Daily Record, 2005 Professional Memberships American Association of State Colleges and Universities National Association of Women in Higher Education, American Council on Education's Commission on Women Eastern Shore Association of Colleges Personal life Dr. Dudley-Eshbach enjoys reading, playing the guitar, travel, biking, and beachcombing. A native of Baltimore, she is married to Joseph Eshbach and has two children, Joe and Caroline. [1] Scandal On October 16, 2007, Dudley-Eshbach posted photos on her Facebook page from a family vacation to Mexico, Belize, and Guatemala. One of Dr. Dudley-Eshbach's scandalous Facebook photos, which displayed the caption "I had to beat off the Mexicans because they were constantly flirting with my daughter". According to the Washington Post, “ ...One of [the photos] showed [Dudley-Eshbach] brandishing a stick before a Mexican man with a caption saying she had to "beat off the Mexicans because they were constantly flirting with my daughter." The other photo of a male tapir, a pig-like animal, commented on the animal's ample genitalia. ” The following day, Dudley-Eshbach issued a public apology for the photographs, saying: “ I very much apologize for any offense that anyone may have taken who saw these pictures. I'm 54 years old, and here I thought I was trying to be up with the latest technology. I guess a little bit of knowledge could be a dangerous thing. ” The Salisbury president remarked, “ We posed the picture, and if you look at the picture, my daughter is laughing uproariously. Somebody said the fact that I was apparently going to hit a Mexican, that that was racism. That's not the way it was intended. Frankly, I think the media here is trying to make a sensational story about something that was, on our part, innocent. The truth is, I am a very fun-loving person. What we were doing was having fun. There was nothing immoral, there was nothing illegal, there was nothing illicit. ” SU's president removed her Facebook page after local television station WBOC displayed the pictures on its website.[3] References ^ a b c "Dr. Janet Dudley-Eshbach". Office of The President, Salisbury University. Retrieved 2006-05-01.  ^ "Dr. Janet Dudley-Eshbach". Maryland Manual Online. Retrieved 2006-03-13.  ^ Hernandez, Nelson (2007-10-18). "Salisbury University President Apologizes for Online Photos". Washington Post: pp. B1. Retrieved 2007-10-18.  Persondata Name Dudley-Eshbach, Janet Alternative names Short description Date of birth Place of birth Date of death Place of death