One Year to Success: Alumnus Thrives as Entrepreneur

Alexander Manzo ’13, a five-year combat veteran and Bachelor in Business Administration alumnus of the Harry F. Byrd, Jr. School of Business, has had an impressive year of entrepreneurial success. Since graduating, he has started a corporation, Alexander Manzo LLC,… Read More


Alumni News: Summer 2014

Washington Post Recognizes Alumnus for Distinguished Educational Leadership Alumnus Andrew Davis ’03, principal at Round Hill Elementary School in Round Hill, Virginia, was recently honored by The Washington Post as one of the region’s best principals with a 2014 Distinguished… Read More


Faculty News: Summer 2014

Graduate Programs Librarian Rosemary Green, Ph.D., began a research project during her spring 2014 sabbatical focusing on Shenandoah University graduate students’ experiences with academic reading. She presented her preliminary findings in her paper “Reading in Graduate School: Students’ Perceptions and… Read More


News: Summer 2014

Public Reflects on 150th Anniversary of the Battle of Cool Spring Nearly 150 people marked the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Cool Spring during a tour sponsored by the McCormick Civil War Institute at Shenandoah University. The tour was… Read More


Ford Named Dean of the School of Health Professions

Timothy Ford, Ph.D., has been named Shenandoah University’s first dean of the School of Health Professions. In this newly created position, Dr. Ford will oversee the divisions of athletic training, occupational therapy, physician assistant studies and physical therapy. He began… Read More