Events

Online Registration for 2015 Fall Semester

Monday, May 4
12:00 am – 11:59 pm
Online Registration for 2015 Fall Semester opens March 23 for graduate students and students with 84.00 or more completed credits; opens March 26 for students with 54.00 to 83.99 completed credits; opens March 31 for students with 24.00 to 53.99 completed credits; and opens April 3 for students with 23.99 or fewer completed credits. (Visiting and new students use paper registration forms.) Contact Hornet Central at 540/665-4514 or hornetcentral@su.edu

Final Examinations

Monday, May 4
12:00 am – 11:59 pm
Final Examinations; grades are due three business days after the final exam. Contact Hornet Central at 540/665-4514 or hornetcentral@su.edu

Green Move Out

Monday, May 4
12:00 am – 11:59 pm
Green Move Out, a Shenandoah Salvage Co. initiative, asks students to donate gently used, unwanted items rather than throwing out things that are still useable. Collection bins will be located throughout residence halls for students’ convenience. A collection bin will be in the Brandt Student Center, too, for students, faculty and staff who live off campus. Trash and items that are damaged beyond repair or excessively dirty should be thrown away rather than placed in the bins. Contact student Karly Najaka at knajaka11@su.edu

Seated Massages

Monday, May 4
11:00 am – 2:00 pm
Seated Massages are offered from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Health Professions Building. No appointment necessary. Richard Catlett of the Blue Ridge Therapeutic Massage & Natural Body Care Center will help students relax as they prepare for final exams. Contact studentlife@su.edu FREE

Freddie Gray & Baltimore Lunch Dialogue

Monday, May 4
11:30 am – 1:30 pm
Freddie Gray & Baltimore Lunch Dialogue is from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in Allen Dining Hall. (The Office of Student Engagement will provide lunch for those without meal plans). This is an open discussion, not a debate. Everyone is encouraged to share their views. Look for Interim Associate Director of Student Engagement Maggie McCampbell Lien and/or student Jasmine Jackson. Contact mmccampb@su.edu

Seated Massages

Monday, May 4
4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Seated Massages are offered from 4 to 6 p.m. at the Brandt Student Center. No appointment necessary. Richard Catlett of the Blue Ridge Therapeutic Massage & Natural Body Care Center will help students relax as they prepare for final exams. Contact studentlife@su.edu FREE

Late-Night Breakfast

Monday, May 4
10:00 pm – 11:55 pm
Late-Night Breakfast begins at 10 p.m. in the Allen Dining Hall. Administrators and faculty members will serve students pancakes, eggs, sausage, tater tots, donuts and beverages to nourish them for Final Exams Week. Contact studentlife@su.edu FREE

Seated Massages

Tuesday, May 5
11:00 am – 1:00 pm
Seated Massages are offered from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Northern Virginia Campus – Scholar Plaza. No appointment necessary. Richard Catlett of the Blue Ridge Therapeutic Massage & Natural Body Care Center will help students relax as they prepare for final exams. Contact studentlife@su.edu FREE

Freddie Gray & Baltimore Lunch Dialogue

Tuesday, May 5
11:30 am – 1:30 pm
Freddie Gray & Baltimore Lunch Dialogue is from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. in Allen Dining Hall. (The Office of Student Engagement will provide lunch for those without meal plans). This is an open discussion, not a debate. Everyone is encouraged to share their views. Look for Interim Associate Director of Student Engagement Maggie McCampbell Lien and/or student Jasmine Jackson. Contact mmccampb@su.edu

Seated Massages

Tuesday, May 5
1:30 pm – 3:30 pm
Seated Massages are offered from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. at the Northern Virginia Campus – Innovation Hall. No appointment necessary. Richard Catlett of the Blue Ridge Therapeutic Massage & Natural Body Care Center will help students relax as they prepare for final exams. Contact studentlife@su.edu FREE

The Boob Monologues

Tuesday, May 5
5:30 pm – 6:30 pm
The Boob Monologues begins at 5:30 p.m. at Hopscotch Coffee Roasters (250 Millwood Ave., Winchester). It’s a night filled with cups of all shapes and sizes. Senior acting major Kaedy Fischer will perform her original work, “The Boob Monologues,” which was inspired by Eve Ensler’s “The Vagina Monologues.” Fischer interviewed more than 20 women about their experiences and relationships with their boobs, and then wrote eight monologues based on those interviews. The monologue explores how boobs shape a woman’s life experience – for better or for worse, in sickness and in health. The first 20 audience members to arrive receive FREE cups of Hopscotch Coffee. Contact Fisher at kfischer10@su.edu FREE

Student Nursing Association Meeting

Tuesday, May 5
7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Student Nursing Association Meeting begins at 7 p.m. in the Health & Life Sciences Building, Room 122. Contact SNA member Katelyn Gregory at kgregory12@su.edu

Shenandoah Conservatory Choir

Tuesday, May 5
7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Shenandoah Conservatory Choir, Robert Shafer conducting, performs at 7 p.m. at the Braddock Street United Methodist Church. Hear the music the Choir will perform on its concert tour in Italy this summer. FREE

Seated Massages

Wednesday, May 6
11:00 am – 2:00 pm
Seated Massages are offered from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Health Professions Building. No appointment necessary. Richard Catlett of the Blue Ridge Therapeutic Massage & Natural Body Care Center will help students relax as they prepare for final exams. Contact studentlife@su.edu FREE

Seated Massages

Wednesday, May 6
4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Seated Massages are offered from 4 to 6 p.m. at the Brandt Student Center. No appointment necessary. Richard Catlett of the Blue Ridge Therapeutic Massage & Natural Body Care Center will help students relax as they prepare for final exams. Contact studentlife@su.edu FREE

Seated Massages

Thursday, May 7
11:00 am – 2:00 pm
Seated Massages are offered from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Brandt Student Center. No appointment necessary. Richard Catlett of the Blue Ridge Therapeutic Massage & Natural Body Care Center will help students relax as they prepare for final exams. Contact studentlife@su.edu FREE

Semester Ends and May Degrees

Friday, May 8
12:00 am – 11:59 pm
Semester Ends and May Degrees are conferred. Contact Hornet Central at 540/665-4514 or hornetcentral@su.edu

Hinterland (dance performances)

Friday, May 8
12:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Hinterland, a dance performance, is presented by the Shenandoah Dance Division/Ekilibre Dance Company, at the Museum of the Shenandoah Valley (901 Amherst St., Winchester) as part of its National Parks Day celebration. There are two performances: noon and 2 p.m. FREE

College of Arts & Sciences Awards Ceremony

Friday, May 8
1:00 pm – 2:30 pm
College of Arts & Sciences Awards Ceremony begins at 1 p.m. in Armstrong Concert Hall. FREE

Harry F. Byrd Jr. School of Business Awards & Hooding Ceremony

Friday, May 8
1:00 pm – 2:30 pm
Harry F. Byrd Jr. School of Business Awards & Hooding Ceremony begins at 1 p.m. in Halpin-Harrison Hall, Stimpson Auditorium. FREE

Division of Athletic Training Hooding Ceremony

Friday, May 8
1:00 pm – 2:30 pm
Division of Athletic Training Hooding Ceremony begins at 1 p.m. in Aikens Athletic Center Conference Room. FREE

Bernard J. Dunn School of Pharmacy Hooding Ceremony

Friday, May 8
1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Bernard J. Dunn School of Pharmacy Hooding Ceremony begins at 1 p.m. in Ohrstrom-Bryant Theatre. FREE

Commencement Rehearsal

Friday, May 8
4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Commencement Rehearsal begins at 4 p.m. in Armstrong Concert Hall; participation is required for all graduating students and December 2014 graduates who plan to participate in Saturday’s Commencement ceremony.

Grad Bash

Friday, May 8
5:00 pm – 6:30 pm
Grad Bash begins at 5 p.m. in Allen Dining Hall. FREE

Grad Bash

Friday, May 8
5:00 pm – 6:30 pm
Grad Bash, a celebration of the Class of 2015, is from 5 to 6:30 p.m. in Allen Dining Hall, following Commencement Rehearsal and prior to Baccalaureate. (Baccalaureate begins at 7 p.m. in Armstrong Concert Hall.) All members of the Class of 2015 and their families are invited to join the celebration. Enjoy music, entertainment, dinner and beverages, including beer for individuals 21 and over, while grabbing final photos with friends. FREE but you must RSVP by 5 p.m. Monday, May 4, via https://docs.google.com/a/su.edu/forms/d/1mPFOAIM7Ei_o41IR3JYFpeMbnbjEko37YfH6515aoO4/viewform

Announcements

TRACK COMPETES AT LIBERTY

The Shenandoah University men’s and women’s outdoor track and field teams continued their quests to qualify for the 2015 NCAA Division III Championships on April 29, with a limited number of athletes competing at the Liberty University Twilight.

Coach Andy Marrocco had four men and four women competing in a total of eight events.

Senior Jaclyn Mohlmann was 31st in the 200 meters with a 27.70 and finished tied with classmate Emily Cobb for 17th in the 800 with identical 2:22.00 times.

Sophomores Danyelle McGrady and Morgan Smith both competed in the hammer throw with McGrady also throwing the javelin.

McGrady was the top Division III finisher with a seventh place showing in both events.

In the hammer, her 42.79-meter toss on the second attempt was .14 meters better than Smith’s 42.65 and gave her the seventh place spot.

Smith was eighth by better than a seven-meter margin.

McGrady’s 36.72-meter javelin throw, on her first attempt, gave her that seventh place finish.

On the men’s side, Everton Eastwood was 15th, Ansel Borhauer 19th and Travis Enterline 32nd in the 200 at 22.20, 22.84 and 24.60, respectively.

Eastwood’s finish was tops among Division III competitors.

Borhauer was also 12th in the 400 with a 49.60 while Enterline was 15th in the 400-meter hurdles at 59.75.

Phillip Way rounded out the men’s participants by competing in the hammer throw. He was 10th with a 37.75.

The post-season qualification attempts continue this weekend with participation in the Princeton University Open.

CONGRATULATIONS TO THESE SUPR SUMMIT 2015 AWARD WINNERS

The campus community has been buzzing over the high quality of this year’s Shenandoah University Projects & Research (SUpr) Summit projects. All participants should be very proud of their research and accomplishments. Judging these projects is never easy, but the SUpr Summit Committee would like to acknowledge the following projects that were given awards:

Undergraduate Individual Project: Lowell Edkins, “Physics of the Droplet;” Emily Heiston, “Type 2 Diabetes and its Effect on the Crossover Point in Exercise;” and Ashley L. Landes, “Structure of a Hemlock-hardwood Slope Forest at Shenandoah Retreat, Virginia.”

Undergraduate Group Project: Erin Weddle & Lauren Richardson, “Effect of ZO1 and ZO2 Depletion on Focal Adhesion Assembly and Disassembly During Epithelial Cell Migration”

Graduate Individual Project: Sereen Sultana, “The Importance of Medication Reconciliation in Hospitals: A Literature Review”

Graduate Group Project: Victoria Miller, Colleen Johnson, Rachel Bell, Justin Bittner, Kathryn Dolinar and Dorothy Earner, “The Immediate Effects of Thoracic Spine Manipulation on the Upper Limb Tension Test and Seated Slump Test”

Honorable mentions were also awarded to the following students for their projects:

Undergraduate Individual Projects: Kevin Cappello, “Gender Differences in Mathematics Attitudes;” and Sarah Lahasky, “It’s not yours, It’s Mine! The Cueca and Identity Formation in Chile;”

Undergraduate Group Projects: Kathleen Lasick and Chad Smith, “Expression of Tissue Plasminogen Activators in the SCN 2.2 Cell Line;” Kaliegh Winters, Elizabeth Orndorff and Jeroline Fai, “Invisible Wounds: Compassion Through Words;” “Juli Carbone, Eric Hobby and Amber Kelly, “CARES;” and Kaitlin Kaldmaa, Kayla Buechner and Laurel Rodgers, “Testing Procedural Techniques for DNA Extraction from C. Parasitica.”

Graduate Individual Project: Norie Ann Noll-DeHaven, “Service Learning in Middle School Academia”

Graduate Group Project: Kyle Startsman, Alykhan Jamal and Jason Guy, “Assessing Knowledge and Attitudes about Ebola in the U.S.: A Crossover Sectional Survey”

CONGRATULATIONS TO THE NEWEST MEMBERS OF STAFF COUNCIL

The following are the results of the University Staff Council election, held on April 28. The next council meeting begins at 2 p.m. on Thursday, May 14, in Henkel Hall, Byrd Board Room.

This was an all at-large vote, and the following individuals were voted to a two-year term. Congratulations to Niccole Gatliff, Brittany Michael, Cory Nelson, Barry Schnoor, Scott Spriggs and Devon Taylor.

CLASS OF 2015: YOU’RE INVITED TO GRAD BASH!

All members of the Class of 2015 and their families are invited to celebrate their time at Shenandoah at a party in their honor. Enjoy music, dinner and beverages – including beer for individuals 21 and over – while putting late-night study sessions and cramming for exams in your rear-view mirror.

Grad Bash is from 5 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Friday, May 8, in Allen Dining Hall, following Commencement Rehearsal and prior to Baccalaureate. Grad Bash is free, but you must RSVP by 5 p.m. on Monday, May 4, via Grad Bash Reservation.

GCP 2016 NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS

The Global Citizenship Project (GCP) 2016 application is now open to all full-time Shenandoah University students, staff and faculty. GCP is a Shenandoah University-funded, truly unique international travel and educational experience offered annually during spring break.

Applicants submit an original one-page essay describing their personal and/or professional interest in the Global Citizenship Project and how they envision sharing their experiences with others upon their return to Shenandoah University the following year.

Essays are reviewed anonymously by a selection committee of previous GCP travelers, and selectees will be announced in late October 2015. Destination countries will be revealed in November 2015. The online application deadline is Monday, Sept. 14, 2015 at noon.

LOOKING FOR GREAT DEALS IN HOME FURNISHINGS?

Do you know about the “Free & For Sale at Shenandoah” Facebook page? Do you know a lot of students are selling a lot of really cool things right now? If you have a son or daughter heading off to college, or if you simply love great deals, check out the page.

All members of Free & For Sale at Shenandoah must have Shenandoah University email addresses. This is a yard sale page. Services or business promotions are not permitted. Animals, weapons, alcohol and illegal items may not be sold on this page. The Shenandoah University Code of Conduct applies in this group. Read more in the “About” section of the page.

NEXT WEEK IS GREEN MOVE OUT WEEK

Green Move Out – Monday, May 4, through Thursday, May 9 – asks residential students to donate gently used, unwanted items rather than throwing out things that are still usable. Collection bins will be located in residence halls for students’ convenience.

A collection bin will be in the Brandt Student Center, too, for students, faculty and staff who live off campus.

Trash and items that are damaged beyond repair or excessively dirty should be thrown away rather than placed in the bins.

Green Move Out is sponsored each May by the Shenandoah Salvage Co. Questions? Contact Shenandoah Outdoor & Adventure Recreation coordinator & outdoor education instructor Alice Morgan at 540/542-6533 or amorgan@su.edu.

LIBRARY EXTENDED EXAM HOURS ARE NOW IN EFFECT

As the semester winds down and exams loom in the near future, Smith Library extended hours are in effect through the end of final exams. These extended hours are made possible by library staff members, who, along with student assistants, volunteer for the additional hours, often until 2 a.m. Extended exam hours are as follows:

• Tuesday, April 28, through Thursday, April 30 – 8 a.m. to 2 a.m.
• Friday, May 1 – 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
• Saturday, May 2 – 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
• Sunday, May 3 – 9 a.m. to 2 a.m.
• Monday, May 4, through Thursday, May 7 – 8 a.m. to 2 a.m.
• Friday, May 8 – 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
• Saturday, May 9 – Closed

BASEBALL UP ONE

Fresh off of its first-ever ODAC title, the Shenandoah University baseball team is up a total of one spot in two ranking polls released on April 28.

The ODAC Champion Hornets (27-8-1) remain as the No. 8 team in the week 10 NCBWA/D3baseball.com poll and move up one spot to No. 9 in the ABCA poll.

Shenandoah went 4-1 last week, defeating Eastern Mennonite, Bridgewater, Randolph-Macon and Virginia Wesleyan on its way to the ODAC title.

As league champions, coach Kevin Anderson‘s Hornets have automatic entry into the NCAA Division III Tournament. The tournament bids will be officially extended on Monday, May 11, with regionals starting on Wednesday, May 13.

Shenandoah has 420 points in the D3baseball.com poll to come in behind No. 7 Wooster (Ohio) and ahead of No. 9 Kean (N.J.).

In the ABCA poll, the Hornets’ 327 points places the squad between Baldwin-Wallace (Ohio) and Kean.

Cortland (N.Y.) State is the No. 1 team in both polls.

D3baseball.com poll | ABCA poll

STUDENTS CREATE FUNDRAISING CAMPAIGN FOR NEPAL EARTHQUAKE VICTIMS

Shenandoah students and Nepalese citizens Kriti Hada and Sapana Ojha, who now know their families survived the 7.8-magnitude earthquake in Nepal on April 25, have established a GoFundMe account to raise money to help earthquake victims: http://www.gofundme.com/swkmjs.
 
The earthquake on Saturday destroyed much of the capital city, Kathmandu, and surrounding villages. More than 3,700 people are known dead and more than 6,500 are injured. Hada was quoted in a USA Today article over the weekend about her family’s experience during the earthquake.
 
All offerings given yesterday at the final University Chapel @ Noon of the semester are going to help in Nepal. Visit Hada and Ojha’s fundraising page to find out more about how you can donate to help the earthquake victims.

STUDENT LIFE NEEDS WOODEN PICTURE FRAMES

Student Life needs wooden picture frames – any shape or size – for an arts and crafts class on Wednesday, April 29. Contact Maggie McCampbell Lien at mmccampb@su.edu and she’ll pick up your donated frame(s), or drop off the frame(s) at the Brandt Student Center Information Desk.

Sweet Tea, a downtown Winchester business that specializes in unique finds and redesigns, will lead a free “Frame Your Bloom” class from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Wednesday, April 29, in the Brandt Student Center. To sign up, go to Frame Your Bloom Class.

STUDENTS: HAVE YOU REGISTERED FOR FALL 2015 YET?

Undergraduate and graduate students: As you prepare to leave campus for summer break, be sure you’ve registered for your fall 2015 courses. Student-athletes and full-time undergraduate students must be registered for a minimum 12 credit hours to maintain athletic and financial aid eligibility.

After online registration closes on Friday, July 10, all new registrations and course adjustments must be done on paper and will require necessary payment before the form(s) can be processed. Students who are registered for their courses prior to July 10, will receive a billing statement and have the ability to pay their tuition and fees online before the due date of Saturday, Aug. 15. Questions? Contact Hornet Central at HornetCentral@su.edu or 540/665-4514.

THREE EARN ALL-ODAC ACCOLADES

Three members of the Shenandoah University men’s golf team have earned All-ODAC honors in selections announced at the league’s banquet on April 20, as part of championship weekend.

Head Coach Scott Singhass has been named as the Jack Jensen Coach of the Year while juniors Evan Cocke and Doc Schulte were named to the league’s first and second team, respectively.

Singhass earns the program’s first-ever Coach of the Year award after leading the Hornets to three top three finishes this season including a tie for the championship at the Glenn Heath Shipbuilders Memorial on April 13.

The Hornets have recorded three sub-300 rounds this season and had a best-ever ninth place showing at the Camp Lejeune Intercollegiate at the end of March.

Cocke won the Camp Lejeune, shooting a four-under-par 210 to win the tournament by one stroke. The Centreville, Virginia native has a 75.80 stroke average this season with three top 10 finishes including that one win.

Schulte, now a two-time All-ODAC honoree, has a 76.33 stroke average with three top 10 finishes and one sub-par round.

His best round this season was a one-under 69 in the first round of the Camp Lejeune Intercollegiate.

The squad is in the midst of competing at the 2015 ODAC Championships at the Rock Barn Golf Club in Conover, North Carolina. Monday’s opening round was suspended; the tournament picked up today, April 21, at 7:30 a.m. with the completion of the first round in addition to the final 18-hole round.

FULL STAFF MEETING REMINDER

Don’t forget: the next Full Staff Meeting is scheduled for Wednesday, May 13, at 9 a.m. in the Brandt Student Center, Ferrari Room.

MEN’S BASKETBALL REGISTRATION OPEN

Shenandoah University Head Men’s Basketball Coach Rob Pryor announced on March 27, that registration for his 2015 summer camps are now open.

Pryor, who has just completed his fourth year as the Hornets head coach, will host two summer basketball camps for boys ages 7-16: one from Monday, June 22, through Friday, June 26, and another from Monday, August 3, through Friday, August 7.

The day camps run from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. from Monday to Thursday and 9 a.m. to noon on Friday. Lunch is included in the $165.00 camp tuition for the first four days.

For additional information, please visit the camp page or contact Pryor at 540/665-4567.

AN IMPORTANT NOTE ABOUT SUSPICIOUS EMAILS

If you receive an email that seems suspicious or asks you to verify any account information, it is more than likely a phishing or SPAM email. Please delete the email immediately or mark it as SPAM. Avoid clicking on links contained in the email.

Institutional Computing (IC) actively reports these types of emails and several websites the department has reported have been shut down. If you are not sure if an email is SPAM or not, please contact the IC Help Desk at helpdesk@su.edu or 540/665-5555.

VOLLEYBALL ANNOUNCES CAMPS

Shenandoah University Head Volleyball Coach Jaime Terenzi has announced her spring and summer camp dates.

Terenzi, who has led her Hornets to three ODAC Tournament appearances in the squad’s three years of league play, will have two spring camp dates (Saturday, March 28, to Sunday, March 29; and Saturday, April 25, to Sunday, April 26) and two summer camp dates (Monday, June 29, through Thursday, July 2; and Monday, July 6, through Thursday, July 9).

For additional information or to sign up for a spring/summer camp, please click the link below.

Camp signup site

FACULTY: REVITALIZE THE UNIVERSITY’S GENERAL EDUCATION PROGRAM OVER A FREE LUNCH

Director of General Education Amy Sarch, Ph.D., is working with a dynamic committee to revitalize the General Education Program via a Teagle Foundation grant. They’re laying the groundwork that could lead to some innovative changes in domain objectives, individual courses and program assessment.

One way for faculty members to get involved in the process is to attend a free informational lunch; ask questions, offer insights or just soak in the energy.

The next informational lunch is Tuesday, March 3, from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in Allen Dining Hall; it will be hosted by Associate Professor of Mathematics Paula Grajdeanu, Ph.D., and Henkel Family Chair in International Affairs and Professor of Political Science Eric Leonard, Ph.D. No RSVP is needed — just give your name to the cashier and look for Drs. Grajdeanu and Leonard.

Other informational lunch dates and times include: Thursday, March 26, from 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.; Friday, April 10, from noon to 1 p.m.; Monday, April 20, from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m.; and Tuesday, May 5, from 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.

Questions? Contact Dr. Sarch at asarch@su.edu.

JAPANESE TEA EVENT MOVED TO 2 P.M.

The Japanese Tea Café will still be held today, Feb. 17, and is from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. in the Brandt Student Center main hallway. Enjoy four traditional Japanese teas (white, black and two green) and Japanese cookies. FREE

BASEBALL TO HOLD COACHING CLINIC

Shenandoah University Head Baseball Coach Kevin Anderson and his staff will hold a free coaching clinic this weekend.

Anderson and assistants Bruce Cameron, Nick Sborz, Joe Bittner and Jacob Mays will hold the clinic beginning at 9:45 a.m. on Saturday, Feb. 7, in Aikens Athletic Center on the Shenandoah University campus.

Clinic topics include coaching styles, warmups, hitting and pitching techniques as well as practice and game approaches designed to maximize efficiency and success.

The clinic is designed for youth and high school baseball and softball coaches.

“My assistants do a great job of teaching the game to our players, and I know this ability will translate to the youth coaches in the area,” Anderson said. “I look forward to a great day of talking baseball.”

This clinic is offered on a bi-annual basis with the next one planned for late winter, 2017.

MOHLMANN NAMED ODAC ATHLETE OF THE WEEK

Senior Jaclyn Mohlmann has been named ODAC Athlete of the Week for women’s indoor track & field in selections announced on Feb. 2, by the league office.

Mohlmann won the indoor pentathlon on Jan. 30, at the Captains Invitational hosted by Christopher Newport, besting a 15-woman field that featured nine competitors from NCAA Divisions I and II.

Mohlmann won three of the five events in the competition and coasted home to a 93-point win.

On Jan. 31, she set a new school record in the 400 meters.

This is third time in the past two years she has earned ODAC Athlete of the Week accolades.

Mohlmann and her teammates are back in action on Sunday, Feb. 8, at the Vince Brown Invitational hosted by Christopher Newport.

MARK YOUR CALENDAR: 2015 SUMMER ORIENTATION DATES SET

The 2015 Summer Orientation dates are as follows: Friday, June 5; Friday, June 19; Monday, June 29; and Friday, July 10.

DOING RESEARCH AT SHENANDOAH? BE SURE TO GET YOUR HUMAN SUBJECT RESEARCH CERTIFICATION

Shenandoah University researchers planning to conduct studies with human subjects should attain Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI) certification in Human Subject Research. Certification information is kept on file per compliance regulations and accessed when you submit a protocol.  Certification must only be renewed every three years.

To complete your CITI certification, follow these steps:

  1. Go to www.citiprogram.org
  2. Follow the instructions for new account registration.
  3. Your registration information will be emailed to you; be sure to save this email for future reference.
  4. To complete your certification, click on “Main Menu” and follow the instructions.
  5. When you complete the course, SAVE AND PRINT your certification for your records. Your certification information will be accessed automatically by Axiom when you submit a research protocol.

A help file is available from the Center for Teaching and Learning. If you have questions about the new electronic IRB protocol submission process, contact Megan Bowers at mbowers@su.edu or the Center for Teaching and Learning at ctl@su.edu.

USING THE UNIVERSITY’S LOGO ON A DOCUMENT? WANT TO KNOW THE ‘OFFICIAL’ NAME OF A BUILDING? CHECK THE UNIVERSITY’S NEWLY UPDATED GRAPHIC & EDITORIAL GUIDELINES MANUAL

The Office of Marketing & Communications (OMC) has updated its Graphic & Editorial Guidelines Manual, which details the university’s brand platform, graphic identity and editorial standards.

The manual includes information on proper use of the university’s logo (see below) as well as editorial standards that address, among other things: official names of university campuses and buildings; proper names of interior spaces, schools and departments; the university’s non-discrimination clause; print and electronic publications; and a language and grammar guide.

Please remember that:

  • The logos are for official communications of the university, its schools, divisions, departments and offices.
  • All materials and communications representing Shenandoah University must be identified by the prominent display of an approved university logo.
  • The logos are the only marks that may be used to represent the university
  • The logos may not be altered, modified, amended or infringed upon in any way.

Questions? Email omc@su.edu.

MEN’S BASKETBALL HOSTS BRIDGEWATER

The Shenandoah University men’s basketball team begins its final homestand of January by hosting Bridgewater College tonight, Jan. 21, in a 7 p.m. ODAC contest.

The game is the second meeting of the season between the Hornets and Eagles. On Dec. 3 in Bridgewater, BC was a 73-64 victor over Shenandoah.

The Hornets outscored their hosts 42-37 in the second half of that contest, but could not make up a 14-point halftime deficit.

Ed Reddick, who was later named ODAC Player of the Week, had 16 points and 16 rebounds for the hosts.

Xavier Alston led a 43-rebound effort for Shenandoah with 11 boards.

Today’s game is the 12th lifetime contest between Shenandoah and Bridgewater in men’s basketball with BC holding an 8-3 advantage in the all-time series.

The Eagles have won five straight including the Dec. 3 matchup and an 93-87 overtime victory in the opening round of the 2014 ODAC Tournament.

Junior Malcolm Clark leads Shenandoah with a 14.1 points per game average with newcomer Antwan Pittman hitting for 9.9 ppg.

Alston, at 7.0 rebounds per game, continues to lead the Hornets on the glass.

Reddick, a two-time ODAC PoW, averages 18.5 points and 8.8 rebounds per game. He leads the league in scoring and is third in rebounds.

Following today’s game, Shenandoah hosts Hampden-Sydney on Saturday, Jan. 24, at 4 p.m. in its final home contest of the month. The Hornets are not home again until Wednesday, Feb. 4, versus Roanoke.