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The Classroom Experience During COVID-19

When Shenandoah University went all-online in March due to the COVID-19 pandemic, dance major Erisa Sloan ’21 attended class through Zoom and used her bedroom dresser to assist in her moves. Now she’s back in class on Shenandoah’s main campus; she wears a mask during routines, her classes are split into two sections, and while […]

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Research Keeps Shenandoah University Students Buzzing Over the Summer

By Rachel Deanne Sherman ’18 Shenandoah University offers students an abundance of challenging opportunities to complete research over the summer. Research projects conducted this year focused on everything from the study of chestnut trees and the potential healing properties of a certain plant to a virtual reality treadmill.    Teresa Zielinski ’21 and Bailey Hamilton […]

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Woodward Bousquet, Ph.D., professor of environmental studies and biology in Shenandoah University’s College of Arts & Sciences and 2018-19 president of the Virginia Academy of Science.

Bousquet Installed as President of the Virginia Academy of Science

Woodward S. Bousquet, Ph.D., professor of environmental studies and biology in Shenandoah University’s College of Arts & Sciences, was installed as president of the Virginia Academy of Science (VAS) at the academy’s annual meeting in Farmville, Virginia, in May. He will serve in this office until May 2019. Bousquet is the first Shenandoah University faculty […]

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Alumni Successes

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Divine Takes On Role With Pre-Health Education

Shenandoah University’s College of Arts & Sciences pre-health program has a new director of pre-health education, Assistant Professor of Physical Therapy Kate Divine ’08, ’10, PT, DPT, WCS, CLT. Dr. Divine took on the role after the previous director, Anne Schempp, Ed.D., PA-C, moved into being interim director of Shenandoah’s Division of Physician Assistant Studies. […]

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Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award Winners Honored

Shenandoah University has presented this year’s Algernon Sydney Sullivan Awards to Assistant Professor of Religion Meredith Minister, Ph.D., and seniors Regine Bumper ’19 and Micah Earnhardt ’19. Dr. Minister received her award at the faculty meeting held on Friday, May 24, in Halpin-Harrison Hall, Stimpson Auditorium. Regine and Micah were honored at the College of […]

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Shenandoah Alumna’s Bio Research Published

The summer research of Erin Weddle ’16, has resulted in something that’s a first, at least within the five years Associate Professor of Biology Laurel Rodgers, Ph.D., has taught at Shenandoah – a Shenandoah biology student has published research from a summer research project. Weddle said she’s honored by the recognition for both herself and […]

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