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Shenandoah University to Graduate 1,284 at Commencement on May 10

Shenandoah University will celebrate its 2014 Commencement in the Smith Library Plaza on Saturday, May 10, at 1:45 p.m. It is expected that 250 August 2013 graduates and 327 December 2013 graduates will join the 707 May candidates for degrees… Read More

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Ellyn Miller to Address Shenandoah University’s Class of 2014

(PHOTO: Christy Jenkins Photography) Executive Director and co-founder of the Smashing Walnuts Foundation Ellyn Miller will deliver Shenandoah University’s 2014 Commencement address on May 10. Ms. Miller’s daughter, Gabriella Miller ‘13, the inspiration for the creation of the Smashing Walnuts… Read More

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Scrutinizing ‘Quality’ – Obama Administration Proposes New College Ratings System

In his 2014 State of the Union Address in January, President Barack Obama reaffirmed his intention to hold U.S. colleges and universities accountable for quality and affordability. As a result, higher education institutions can expect more media dialogue and governmental… Read More

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GCP Travelers Embark On Their Journeys In 10th Anniversary Year

They’ve been preparing for months, and now the time has finally arrived. Shenandoah University’s 2014 Global Citizenship Project (GCP) participants are set to embark on their spring break adventures, slated for Thursday, March 6, through Sunday, March 16. In its… Read More

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Shenandoah Magazine | Spring 2013 Issue

CONTENTS | Read the interactive online issue >> Sarah’s Glen By Cathy Loranger Shenandoah dedicates Sarah’s Glen, a beautifully designed garden honoring the late Sarah Brandt, daughter of Shenandoah University Trustee William Brandt and his wife, Elaine Beacon of Light in Health… Read More

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Shenandoah University Cited For Its Efforts To Change Campus Culture and Promote Student Success

In “An Open Letter to College and University Leaders: College Completion Must Be Our Priority” released this week by the National Commission on Higher Education Attainment, Shenandoah University was cited (pages 12-13) for its efforts to “…streamline administrative procedures, making… Read More