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Environmental Studies Students Win Spots In Prestigious Summer Research Programs

Two Shenandoah University environmental studies students will participate in prestigious Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) programs backed by the National Science Foundation this summer.  Josephine Saikali ’23, who will graduate in December, will travel to the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga to study “The Socio-Ecological Role of Greenways in Urban Systems – An Interdisciplinary Approach,” […]

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Seeking Stress Reduction Through The Natural World

Interested in learning about whether herbs might help you out at this stressful time? Shenandoah University’s Environmental Club aims to provide answers to any questions you may have about herbs and health. The club is taking herb questions through its Facebook (Shenandoah University Environmental Club) and Instagram (@suenviroclub) pages (#letstalkherbs) from 9 a.m. to 5 […]

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Alumni Successes

Shenandoah Exercise Science present at southeastern sports medicine conference.

Students Present At Sports Medicine Conference

A group of faculty and students from the Exercise Science department attended the Southeast American College of Sports Medicine conference in Chattanooga, Tennessee, in February. Assistant Professor Jessica Kutz, Ph.D., and Associate Professor Jessica Peacock, Ph.D., took seven students that they mentored on research projects to allow the students to present their work. Winston Davis and […]

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Bryan Newman

Meet Your Alumni Board Member: Bryan Newman ’99, ’04

“My experiences at SU changed my life. My hard work coupled with the opportunities provided at SU, afforded me preparation for a career I am passionate about and a connection to the community I value greatly,” states Alumni Board member Bryan Newman ’99, ’04. After earning a bachelor’s degree in environmental studies in 1999, Newman […]

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