BeyondConventionalLearning

Beyond Conventional Learning – Academic Innovations at Shenandoah University

Challenging students with new methods of learning is part of Shenandoah University’s commitment to preparing each student not only with academic knowledge, but with the emotional intelligence and thought processes necessary to successfully adapt and evolve throughout their professional careers.… Read More

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Following in a Pioneer’s Footsteps – Pharmacy Student Pursues His Dream

Growing up in Albany, Ga., fourth-year pharmacy student Robert “Bo” Spires ’14, Pharm.D./ M.B.A., often dreamed of owning his own business. Little did the former electrical engineer know that one day he would fulfill that desire — not as an… Read More

Camila's Lemonade Stand

Camila’s Lemonade Stand

Associate Professor of Marketing Giles Jackson, Ph.D., recently co- published, with friend Brian Cunningham and cousin Lizzy Duncan, the first-ever, entrepreneurial-minded preschool book, “Camila’s Lemonade Stand.” The book was born from the company, My Career Launcher (MCL), co-founded by Jackson… Read More

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Shenandoah Honors Faculty Retirees

This spring, the university community honors four highly respected, long-term faculty members as they prepare for retirement. Professor of Music (Theory) Donald Black, M.F.A., M.A.; Director of Church Music and Professor of Music (Organ, Harpsichord) Steven Cooksey, Ph.D.; Professor of… 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