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  • Nursing Instructor Presents to United Nations at…

    Lisa Darsch, M.S.N., RN, an adjunct clinical instructor for the Eleanor Wade Custer School of Nursing, recently presented a talk to the United Nations on funding entrepreneurs in emerging markets. The founder of Zero Mothers Die invited Darsch to present… Read More

  • Student Projects Orient Visitors and Interpret…

    Just in time for fall colors, a new trail publication and information panels greet visitors to Shenandoah University’s River Campus at Cool Spring Battlefield in Clarke County, Virginia. Undergraduate students in Shenandoah’s Environmental Studies Program developed them as service-learning projects.… Read More

  • Be informed about Ebola and our campus community

    Dear Colleagues   The Ebola crisis in West Africa is grave, and the disease is an increasing concern worldwide as there are now confirmed cases in Germany, Norway, France, the United Kingdom and the United States.   Shenandoah University wants the… Read More

Alumni & Community

Performances

  • 10/24
    12:00

    Homecoming & Family Weekend welcomes Shenandoah graduates, friends and families of current students for three days of special events, performances and intercollegiate athletic games. Contact alums@su.edu or visit www.su.edu/events for details. Read More

  • 10/24
    2:00

    Same Sky Project, a Music Therapy 40th Anniversary presentation begins at 2 p.m. in Armstrong Concert Hall. Music therapy alumnus Tom Sweitzer and cast present awareness-raising music. Visit http://www.aplacetobeva.org/same-sky-project.php Contact student Jessica Carlin at jcarlin10@su.edu Read More

  • 10/24
    3:00

    Little Big Band, Shenandoah’s newest jazz group, makes its performance debut at 3 p.m. at the university’s newest performance space – Abrams Creek Amphitheater. FREE Read More

  • 10/24
    7:00

    Carnatic Classical Music Concert begins at 7 p.m. in Goodson Chapel / Recital Hall. The ensemble – Sumanth Swaminathan, saxophone, Vijay Ganesh, mridangam, and teenage prodigy Kamalakiran Vinjamuri, violin – will also explain a variety of compositions that illustrate some of… Read More

  • 10/24
    8:00

    Hudson Piano Trio, a New Music Series concert, begins at 8 p.m. in Armstrong Concert Hall, where audience members are invited to sit on stage, too. Tickets are $10 for adults, $9 for senior citizens and $5 for non-SU students. Purchase… Read More

Public Lectures & Seminars

  • Today
    9:00

    Diagnosis & Treatment of Movement System Impairment, a Continuing Education course, is from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Health Professions Building (1775 N. Sector Ct. Winchester). General admission is $200 per person or $100 per person for alumni… Read More

  • 10/27
    6:00

    “American Textures,” a documentary film by director Arnd Wächter, is shown at 6 p.m. in the Brandt Student Center, Ferrari Room. Mr. Wächter will be an attendance for a Q&A session after the movie. “American Textures” is a feature documentary… Read More

  • 10/30
    7:00

    “Bees: How They Live, Current Threats & Why We Should Care,” a lecture by Dr. T’ai Roulston of the Blandy Experiment Farm and University of Virginia, begins at 7 p.m. in Halpin-Harrison Hall, Stimpson Auditorium. This presentation is sponsored by… Read More

  • 11/2
    9:30

    Fourth Annual Double Reed Day is from 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. in Armstrong Hall. Session topics include double tonguing, warm ups, stage presence, rehearsal techniques, audition tips and more. All ages and ability levels are welcome. Lunch is provided… Read More

  • 11/6
    12:00

    College Communicators Association of Virginia & the District of Columbia Conference at Shenandoah University features a keynote address on content strategy from Carolyn Kent and Matt Yuskewich of Ologie, a pre-conference workshop in media training from colleagues at George Washington… Read More

Athletic Events

  • 10/24
    12:00

    Homecoming & Family Weekend welcomes Shenandoah graduates, friends and families of current students for three days of special events, performances and intercollegiate athletic games. Contact alums@su.edu or visit www.su.edu/events for details. Read More

  • 10/24
    5:00

    Women’s Soccer vs Roanoke, Sprint Field at Shentel Stadium, 5pm Read More

  • 10/24
    7:30

    Women’s Basketball Alumnae Game begins at 7:30 p.m. in Shingleton Gymnasium. Alumni are invited to take on former teammates and even some current Hornets. Contact the Office of Alumni Affairs at 540/665-4511 or alums@su.edu. Register at www.su.edu/homecoming2014 FREE Read More

  • 10/24
    8:30

    Men’s Basketball Alumni Game begins at 8:30 p.m. in Shingleton Gymnasium. Alumni are invited to take on former teammates and even some current Hornets. Contact the Office of Alumni Affairs at 540/665-4511 or alums@su.edu. Register at www.su.edu/homecoming2014 FREE Read More

  • Today
    12:00

    Homecoming & Family Weekend welcomes Shenandoah graduates, friends and families of current students for three days of special events, performances and intercollegiate athletic games. Contact alums@su.edu or visit www.su.edu/events for details. Read More

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Upcoming Events

  • 10/24
    12:00

    Homecoming & Family Weekend welcomes Shenandoah graduates, friends and families of current students for three days of special events, performances and intercollegiate athletic games. Contact alums@su.edu or visit www.su.edu/events for details. Read More

  • 10/24
    12:00

    Pre-Pay for the Food Tent between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. and 5 to 7 p.m. in the Brandt Student Center. Students can use their meal plans at the Oct. 25 Homecoming Tailgate food tent, or pre-pay $5 for the… Read More

  • 10/24
    12:00

    Spirit Week Spirit Friday is a good day to wear Shenandoah red and blue! Show your SU pride! Students selfies – #SUspiritweek – are automatically entered in a daily contest with a great prize for the daily winner. Contact studentlife@su.edu Read More