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NSCA Recognizes Exercise Science Program

The exercise science program at Shenandoah has been recognized by the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) Education Recognition Program (ERP). The NSCA Education Recognition Program is the first step in laying the foundation to ensure excellence for students in the classroom, as well as long-term professional success after graduation. The NSCA Education Recognition Program […]

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Exercise Science Department presents at ACSM about quidditch.

‘Flying’ Into Health

For the last couple of summers, Shenandoah University’s Department of Exercise Science has concerned itself with quaffles and bludgers, and golden snitches and broomsticks, as its faculty teaches young Harry Potter fans how to play the game quidditch as part of a yearly Advanced Hogwarts Camp offered by the Shenandoah Valley Discovery Museum (SVDM) in […]

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Photo of petri dish used in Teresa Zielinski's research at Shenandoah University.

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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