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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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Katherine (Brady) Peterman '13

Katherine (Brady) Peterman ’13 Is On The Case

Katherine (Brady) Peterman ’13 decided to attempt to re-enter the workforce this summer after spending two years at home with her young son. Thanks in part to Shenandoah University, she possessed the skill set necessary to take on an essential job in a year defined by a public health crisis. Peterman, who earned Bachelor of […]

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In The Long (& Short) Run

For Shenandoah University track and field student-athletes Emily Miller ’20, ’22, and Elijah Morton ’20, ’21, staying at the university for an extra year to use their extended NCAA eligibility for spring sports was a simple call. Miller, who runs the 3k/5k indoors and the 5k/10k outdoors and has a bachelor’s degree in public health, […]

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