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Shenandoah Psychology Students Answer the Call

Seven Shenandoah University student-volunteers spent 448 hours this semester lending a listening ear to those calling into the community crisis organization, Concern Hotline. The seven students are enrolled in a Clinical Helping Skills class taught by Rodney Bragdon, Ph.D. Concern Hotline takes calls from those in the surrounding area who are experiencing hardship or who […]

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Shenandoah University Director of the Division of Applied Technology Anne Marchant, Ph.D.

College of Arts & Sciences Faculty News: Fall/Winter 2020

Division of Applied Technology Director Anne Marchant, Ph.D., (pictured) received the Dr. John Noftsinger Leadership Award at the Shenandoah Valley Technology Council’s annual Tech Nite event this fall. Sponsored by Shentel, this award is given to those whose “leadership has served as a catalyst for positive technology-related activity in the Shenandoah Valley.”  A paper written […]

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Active Minds message on a Shenandoah University sidewalk.

Active Minds Opens Conversations About Mental Health Disorders

– By Rachel Deanne Sherman ’18 The year is 2018. Mental health is still stigmatized, and people with mental illness have difficulty reaching out for help. While the stigmatization lessens with each passing year, students still find it difficult to talk about subjects like their anxiety or depression as well as many other mental health […]

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Alumni Successes

Carpenter family of Shenandoah University alumni for summer 2016 Shenandoah magazine

Carpenter Family Anchored to Shenandoah

What do a musician, nurse, basketball player and scientist have in common? More than you might think, when they’re all members of the Carpenter family, which wouldn’t even exist without Shenandoah University. Read more about them in the summer 2016 issue of Shenandoah magazine.

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